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Sderot Children to Re-Learn Enjoyment of Happy Kites, Instead of Gaza Terror Kites

"We are busy with positive things and optimism and the desire that our children always be happy. I also call on the children of Gaza to enjoy playing with kites ... our kites are of life, not death."

NYC Public High School Offers ‘Moment of Silence’ for Dead Terrorists in Gaza

The only problem is, the students were being asked to honor a bunch of vicious terrorists who died while attempting to kill Israelis as “victims of violence in Gaza.”

De Niro’s Nobu Hospitality to Open Luxury Hotel in Tel Aviv

“Coupled with Tel Aviv’s presence as a major high-tech and business center, and the strong tourism market in the city, the project fits perfectly with our global clientele,” said Nobu CEO Trevor Horwell.

Dozens of Storm-Related Injuries in One Afternoon Alone

As of 6:30 p.m. Israel time, United Hatzalah volunteers across the country had treated 87 patients due to injuries related to the storm.

Voluntary Evacuation of Umm al-Hiran Begins

This weekend, eight structures in the village were dismantled by the residents themselves.

Last Jew of Peki’in to Light Israel’s 70th Independence Day Torch

Margalit Zinati never married because it would have meant leaving Peki'in, and abandoning the town’s ancient synagogue, which features a limestone column engraved with two Hebrew inscriptions dating to the Roman period.

Arab Thieves Steal Beehives… You Just Know What Happened Next

Police discovered the two thieves had been stung by their hijacked cargo, and were now in the process of desperately trying to remove the bees.

Egg Thrown at Former Leader of Far-Left Peace Now

Peace Now and other left-wingers warn that a targeted assassination attempt is clearly not far behind.

Detained Migrants to be Freed

Bennett: "While the government is holding talks, the situation on the ground is only getting worse."

Residents of Unauthorised Negev Village Agree to Move to Permanent City

"When we (realized we were) out of options, we went for a deal that would be good for our next generation.”

Beijing Technology Hub to Open Satellite Office in Tel Aviv

It was the ”innovation and openness to new ideas” in Tel Aviv that attracted Z-Park to open its 11th overseas liaison office here, company officials said.

Firebombing Attack on Yemenite Village in Silwan

The Jewish apartment was caught in the crossfire in a blood feud between two Arab clans, according to the Fire Department.

Warning: Cult Launches Countrywide Campaign

The missionary campaign is ongoing and is expected to continue through the end of the coming week.

COJO Legislative Fete Welcomes a Who’s Who of Political and Jewish Leaders

Master of Ceremonies Yaacov Brisman, a labor lawyer, noted his frustration with humor. “This is my third year and the reason I love coming back is because this is the only event that it doesn’t matter what I say because nobody’s listening.”

Time to ‘Spring Forward’ in Israel

It's that time of year again in Israel ... Daylight Savings Time has arrived in the Jewish State.

Plan Slowly Progresses for Southern Railway to Gaza

"Implementation of the double rail, which comes off of the Ashkelon-Be'r Sheva line, would dramatically reduce the cost of transporting cargo that is now trucked to and from Gaza."

Spring Forward: Daylight Savings Time Begins in USA

Readers living in the United States will lose an hour's sleep on Saturday night.

It’s The Security, Stupid!

While comforting and well intentioned, these officers don’t stand a chance in the event of a sudden attack.

Netanyahu Family Dog Kaia Passes Away

At the end of the day, a person's love for a pet is strong and abiding, and the loss of a pet evokes a grief just as deep.

Erdan Bars Palestinian Authority Education Minister from Jerusalem Old City Visit

Israel's Ministry of Education has long fought to prevent the Palestinian Authority from infiltrating Arab schools in Jerusalem.

Sterilized Fruit Flies to Combat Pests on Gaza Border

The project is expected to save the use of 33,000 liters of chemical pesticides.

IKEA Be’er Sheva Set to Open Next Week

The new branch, which has 22,000 square meters of space, will have 21 cash registers (including eight for self-service) and 1,500 parking spaces.

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