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Uprooting that which Was Planted

The fear of a Palestinian takeover of state lands in the center of Gush Etzion led Women in Green to plant trees, but the Civil Administration has issued an eviction order. The case will be heard in March.

90 New Homes for Beit El

Construction of ninety new apartments in Beit El has been given approval by the Ministry of Defense. The construction is part of the 300 apartment...

Terror Cell Caught Near Migdal Oz

Minutes after the Shabbat began, IDF forces captured four Arabs near the entrance to Kibbutz Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion. The four were all armed...

Another Illegal Arab Outpost Erected amid Violence

This is the third illegal outpost erected by the Arabs, in what appears to be a new trend of Arab expansion in Area C territory, which is recognized as governed by Israel.

Israel Tells UN What It Can Do with its Human Rights Review

Egypt's representative declared that the council faced "a moment of truth."

Updated: Palestinian Infiltrated into Shavei Shomron for Sanctuary

On Tuesday at 2:30 PM, a Palestinian managed to infiltrate into the town of Shavei Shomron. He was caught by the town's local security...

Fake Bomb Found Outside Efrat

On Monday evening, a suspicious object was noticed on the road leading to the northern entrance of Efrat, in Gush Etzion. Upon further investigation is...

Israel Approves Begin’s Bedouin Land Grab

The plan was accepted with mixed feelings among the Bedouin as well as among right wing critics.

Arabs Block Entrance to Jewish Town

On Friday afternoon, Arabs blocked the entrance to the town of Elazar in Gush Etzion. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmbnMungp4c?rel=0] On Friday evening, a terrorist was caught infiltrating into...

Israeli UN Envoy Admonishes UN Security Council

Selective perception is the hallmark of Security Council debates, says Ron Prosor.

Arab Caught Infiltrating into Efrat

The town's security personnel were called out, just as Shabbat was beginning.

Israel to Demolish 3 Illegal Arab Homes

Someone in the Civil Administration in Judea and Samaria is paying attention.

Yet Another Shooting at Migdal Oz

In what is turning in an almost nightly event, Arabs from next door Beit Fajr shot at the southern entrance of Kibbutz Migdal Oz...

Mayor of Ariel, New University City, Passes Away

Ron Nachman, the Mayor of the Samarian city of Ariel, passed away after losing his battle to bladder cancer.

Bad Boy

"My engagement in medicine has taught me that in order to heal one must come in contact with the most repulsive things you can imagine."

Army Violently Evacuates Oz Etzion Outpost

At the Oz Etzion (Jewish) outpost in the Binyamin region, a large number of troops arrived on Saturday night to expel the residents and...

Shooting on Migdal Oz

On Friday, shots were fired twice on Kibbutz Migdal Oz from the nearby Arabs village of Beit Fajr. No one was injured in the attack.

Which Prime Minister Built the Most Homes in the Settlements?

Rhetoric aside, real data can answer the question as to who built the most in the Settlements.

NY Times’ Kristof: AIPAC and NRA Are Like Pigs

"The settlements erode hope ... of a peace agreement in the future."

Efrat and Beit El Settlements Lead in IDF

Want to be an IDF Officer? Then you should move to the town of Efrat in Gush Etzion.

IDF Captures Palestinian Shooter in Gush Etzion

The terrorist tried to run, but the IDF caught him red-handed.

High Court Blocks Evacuation of Palestinian Outpost at E1

Four Bedouin families from the area, claiming ownership of the land, petitioned the High Court to prevent the demolition.

Bibi to Settlers: Vote Likud, or Else…

The country's front runner party apparatus is enraged with registered members who they claim are not voting Likud in the general elections. 2009 election results say otherwise.

Northern Israeli Hospitals Prep For Possible Syrian Chemical Attack

JERUSALEM – Reports are surfacing that Iranian Revolutionary Guard commanders are using the services of 5,000 Shiite Hizbullah soldiers to defend Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime against a growing number of anti-government rebel forces. In response, high-ranking American, NATO and Israeli generals have been quietly moving special operations personnel and equipment into the region in order to thwart possible chemical attacks against Israel, Turkey and Jordan.

Gusty Winds Making Mess in Shomron

David HaIvri, spokesman for the Shomron Regional Council, reporting that wintry weather has wrought havoc in the biblical heartland of Samaria, knocking down construction projects and causing damage to buildings.

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