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Deadly Bombing at Cairo’s Largest Coptic Christian Cathedral

Dozens of Egyptian Coptic Christians killed and injured in a bombing at the main cathedral in Cairo.

Wannabe Mugger Nabbed After 90-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Hits Back [video]

A wannabe mugger finds out the hard way that even when elderly, there was a reason that some Jews survived the Holocaust.

Haifa’s Arab Food Festival Brings Jewish and Arab Chefs Together

Jewish and Arab master chefs are combining their skills in Haifa to create culinary heaven at a unique festival.

Arab Media Report Israeli Navy Fires on Gaza Fishermen

The maritime blockade of Gaza prevents terrorists from "importing" more arms than they already manage to get.

Firebombing Attack on IDF Soldiers

Arab terrorists hurled multiple firebombs at Israeli soldiers in a Jerusalem Arab neighborhood.

Another Gaza Tunnel Collapse, More Missing Gazans

Four Gaza tunnel workers were buried alive, again, in a cave-in three days ago, near the Egyptian border.

El Al Pilots Reach Agreement With Airline

The pilots of El Al Airlines have agreed to end their job action and arrive for work on time from now on.

Third Largest City in Norway Approves Anti-Israel Boycott

The city of Trondheim, Norway officially implements an anti-Israel fiscal boycott, and urges its residents to do the same at home.

Sunday’s Fires Being Brought Under Control

Fires in Rishon Lezion, Pardes Hanna and the French Hill neighborhood of Jerusalem were quickly brought under control.

Gaza Tomato Farmers Export Harvest to Israel

Gaza farmers are able to export their tomatoes to Israel for a better price than they would get locally.

Update: 40 Families Stay With Neighbors in Kibbutz Revadim

Forty kibbutz families were evacuated from their homes after smoke from a fire polluted the air.

205 Firefighters Still Guarding Zichron Yaakov

There's no estimate on the cost of the damage to infrastructure and homes after a huge blaze in Zichron Yaakov.

Homes Destroyed, Infants, Children Injured in Raging Fire Near Zichron Yaakov

More than 40 firefighter teams and eight firefighting planes were deployed to help Zichron Yaakov.

Neve Shalom Residents Evacuated in Late-Night Blaze

Fires raged at the Latrun Forest and outside Beit Shemesh, close to the community of Neve Shalom.

37 Arrests in Wide-Ranging Sting Operation

An undercover police sting has netted marijuana, cocaine and arms in a multi-site raid across Israel.

Israel’s Rabbinate Avoids Western Wall Event

Israel's Rabbinate is caught in a pool of political quicksand over the issue of plurality at the Western Wall.

Jerusalem Protesters Give Mayor Barkat a Taste of the Muezzin Noise They Suffer Through...

Jerusalem Jews protested having to endure the loud sound of the Islamic call to prayer, even during their sleep.

Israeli Physician Advocates Legalizing Cannabis Completely

A family doctor in southern Israel says it's time to legalize cannabis and other drugs, and instead regulate and tax them like alcohol.

Israeli Police Officer Attacked in Jerusalem’s A-Tur Neighborhood

An Israeli police officer arrested one of an Arab gang who attacked him. Backup forces are hunting the rest.

President Rivlin Visits Bereaved Family of Israeli Teen Killed on Israel-Egyptian Border

Pres. Reuven Rivlin visits the grieving family of an Israeli Bedouin teen shot and killed by accident on the Israel-Egypt border.

Winter Rains Arrive in Israel, Flash Flood Warnings Issued

Winter rains have arrived on schedule in Israel, reaching from the north to the south, with high winds.

Arab Terrorist Caught ‘Red-Handed’ in Attack on Jerusalem Light Rail

Jerusalem Arabs in the Shuafat neighborhood are again attacking the Light Rail in a self-destructive frenzy of hate.

Thousands Show Solidarity With Israel in Annual Jerusalem March

Thousands of Christians from around the world showed their solidarity in the capital on the Festival of Sukkot in the annual Jerusalem March.

Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir Steps Down

Israel Railways CEO Boaz Tzafrir has stepped down after leading the railroad from debt into net profit.

Terror Stabbing Averted in Old City of Jerusalem

It's impossible to know how many people were saved by Jerusalem police on the Sabbath when they stopped an Arab terrorist with a knife in the Old City.

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