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Lurking Clowns Turn Israeli Towns Scary After Dark

“Someone jumped behind me with a clown costume and yelled at me. . . I had a pistol, and it’s lucky I didn’t shoot him by mistake."

Bnei Brak Threatens Court Action to Block Light Rail Work on Yom Kippur &...

At issue is the agreement with the city of Bnei Brak that prohibits digging and other work on the Light Rail tracks during the Sabbath and on Yom Kippur.

Jewish Community Business World Basks in Positive Spotlight at NYC Business Expo and Conference...

In the midst of the day’s frenzied activities, a VIP dinner was held where leaders of both Chambers celebrated the event’s success with some of the leading business and governmental figures in attendance.

Medtronic Medical Equipment Giant Opening R & D Centers in Jerusalem, Yokneam

The center in Jerusalem will focus its efforts on brain monitoring, and the one in Yokneam will be working on big data for medicine.

Red Alert Siren to be Tested in Jerusalem Suburb

The test is a routine part of national readiness preparations and is not being held in response to any particular security event.

Large Terror Attack Foiled in Jerusalem

The alert warned the suspect was planning a significant terrorist attack to be carried out in Jerusalem, possibly as early as Thursday night.

Israeli Consulate Reopens in Miami, With Limited Service

Israelis in Miami were asked by the Consulate to “be patient” in the coming days, inasmuch as it will take time to bring the office back up to full speed.

Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman Installed As New YU President

In an era in which there is a breakdown of civic and civil conversation, Yeshiva University is uniquely positioned to address the most pressing moral issues of the day.

Avigdor Liberman Guest of Honor at Herzliya Social Event

The event was organized by Adv. Dubi Bergman, senior adviser to Avraham Duvdevani, Chairman of the World Zionist Organization.

Getting Ready to Do Your Israeli Holiday Grocery Shopping?

The real news is that in nearly every Israeli supermarket chain this year, the price of groceries has dropped.

‘Pray for Us’ as Hurricane Irma Rages Through Florida

Another half million Americans were ordered to evacuate in Georgia and South Carolina as well.

Jewish Singer, Family Narrowly Escape Arab Lynch Mob in Jerusalem’s A-Tur Section

“At first the officers took my gun. . . But they returned it right away after they learned what had happened.”

Brooklyn Jewish Leaders Meet With DA on Opioid Epidemic

The discussion focused on the opioid epidemic and the DA’s initiative to combat youth substance abuse.

Israeli Consulate in Miami Closed, Emissaries Evacuated Ahead of Hurricane Irma

Israeli consular officials in Miami are preparing for a quick evacuation if the storm lives up to its reputation and hits the city as hard as predicted.

Palestinian Authority’s ‘Presidential Palace’ Morphing to National Library

Mahmoud Abbas "believes the palace should be used for public benefit by turning it into a huge national library."

‘African Nations Willing to Absorb Infiltrators from Israel’

"We have created a base of countries willing to absorb these infiltrators, and now we may have to improve not only the legislation, but also the agreements."

30,000 Israelis Clean Out Newly Opened Decathlon Sporting Goods Store in a Week

The new 3,000-square meter store is located at the G shopping mall in Rishon Lezion and offers 16,000 items in 60 different departments.

South Tel Aviv Protests High Court’s Siding with Infiltrators Over Citizens

"It's amazing to see how the rights organizations are concerned only with the side that endangers Israel."

Netanyahu: We’ll Take Back South Tel Aviv from Illegal Migrants

Despite the efforts of Mayor Huldai to present the visiting PM with a clean and "normal" neighborhood, it was obvious Netanyahu was grasping the difficult situation of the South Tel Aviv neighborhoods and the very real hardships faced by the residents every day.

Chaos in ‘Hi-Tech’ System for Drivers’ Licenses at Transportation Ministry

"It's very disorganized over there. We called but we didn't get any information. No one could tell us when the system would come back online."

Court Stops Demolition of 100-Year-Old Boro Park Synagogue, Chevra Anshei Lubavich

The sellers claim the building is dilapidated; the congregants vehemently deny the charge, saying it's not true.

Conan O’Brien Jokes His Way Through Journey in Holy Land

Conan, an Irish Catholic, said he was looking forward to visiting the ancient sites in Israel, and said he would travel to Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

Hurricane Harvey Downgraded But Still Dangerous to Texas

After Hurricane Harvey, experts warn Texans that alligators have sought shelter on higher ground, including in residential areas.

Wannabe Terrorist Reached for Sword at Buckingham Palace

The two British constables overpowered the terrorist, who had a sword, even though they were unarmed.

North Korea Launches Short-Range Ballistic Missiles During US-SK War Games

“The U.S. Pacific Command determined the three ballistic missile launches from North Korea did not pose a threat to Guam.”

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