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Israel Gives Palestinians NIS 200 Million

Galei Tzahal reports that despite Israeli threats to withhold money if the Palestinian Authority doesn't stop its UN bid for statehood, Israel transferred on Tuesday NIS...

Missiles Targeted Israel’s Economy

The barrages of homemade Grad rockets and Iranian produced Fajr-5s that were fired by Tehran’s proxy Hamas and Islamic Jihad militias at Israeli population centers in southern and central Israel during the recent fighting were reportedly not only meant to kill and maim civilians but also to wreck Israel’s economy. The militias’ goal was to exact revenge on Israel, the U.S. and the EU for the stifling sanctions imposed on the Iranian regime.

Israeli DM Ehud Barak Quits Politics, Leaves Door Open For Comeback

At a dramatic press conference in Tel Aviv on Monday, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced his resignation from politics. Barak said he would remain in his post until the establishment of the next government, following the January 22 elections.

Norwegian Police Apologize for Deporting Jews to Auschwitz

On November 26, 70 years after the rounding up and deportation of over 500 Jewish Norwegians to Auschwitz, the Norwegian Police Service issued an apology for taking part in the murder of Jews.

French Jewish Students Taking Twitter to Court

France's main Jewish student union reportedly has petitioned a Paris court to order Twitter to divulge details about users who post anti-Semitic comments.

The Palestinians: We’re in No Hurry to Sue Israel at the Hague

Jerusalem and Washington continue to argue that the Palestinian move is wrong, but both have already capitulated.

Report: Israel’s Roads Among Developed World’s Most Congested

A report by the Taub Center for Social Policy Studies shows that Israel has the second most crowded roads of any Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) country, coming in under South Korea.

Abdullah, King of Saudi Arabia, 88

The king of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, is clinically dead, according to Al-Sharq al-Awsat daily news.

Hungarian Parliamentarian Calls To Make List of Jews

A call by a far-right Hungarian parliamentarian to register Jews on lists as national security threats met international condemnation on Tuesday, as well as a protest outside the legislature, calling for his resignation.

Americans for Peace Now Backs Palestinian UN Bid

Americans for Peace Now called on President Obama to support the Palestinians’ bid to upgrade their status in the United Nations to non-member observer...

Rules of Engagement Changed: IDF May Not Shoot Back in Gaza

The rules of engagement have been altered radically in Gaza.

Misogy-text: Saudi Men Get SMS When Women Leave the Country

A new electronic tracking system sends SMS messages to the male guardians of Saudi Arabian women who attempt to cross the border, according to a report in Al-Arabiya.

Life with Tzipi: Likud Gaining in Wednesday’s Poll, Labor Down

Voters on the extreme left and right are empowering the flanks, the former out of despair, the latter to watch over Netanyahu.

Good Morning, We’re Having a Palestinian State and Israel Kind of Approves

Israel no longer intends to dismantle the Oslo Accords if Abbas goes through with his UN gambit.

Polish Court Rules Against Ritual Slaughter

The court killed a Polish government allowance for Jewish and Muslim slaghtering.

Angry Protesters in Tahrir Square: Morsi Will Fall Tonight

Thousands of protesters are converging on Tahrir Square from points around Cairo to rally against President Mohamed Morsi’s constitutional declaration. One protester has died...

Arafat Exhumed

Arafat's body was exhumed on Tuesday, samples were taken from the body, and the body was then reburied in his Ramallah mausoleum. Palestinian’s believe that Arafat...

Protester Dies: When Is a Dictator Not a Dictator? Never

The day after the U.S. administration cast Morsi in the role of new peacekeeper, he recast himself as something more like a new pharoah. And, despite what the New York Times and the Washington Post wrote, he is not giving back any of the real power he's granted himself.

Political Nesting Dolls: Tzipi Livni the Politician Launches Tzipi Livni the Movement

She says she spotted a vacuum at the center of Israel's political map, a vacuum created largely by the colossal failure of her own party.

Feiglin Says Rivalry with Netanyahu Is Over, But Two-State Solution Could Split the Party

The relatively new religious leaders on the Likud roster owe some of their status to Moshe Feiglin's relentless efforts to make the party more traditionally Jewish.

Writing on the Wall, Anyone? British Soccer Fans Again Face Antisemitic Slurs

Fans of a popular British soccer club spewed anti-Semitic taunts and chants at fans of a second British club whose fans are sometimes referred...

ADL Commemorates its Centennial by Honoring Bain Capital Executive

On its 100th year, the Anti-Defamation League  is recognizing Lavine's immense civic leadership and influence to affect positive change in our community. Their press release...

Arafat to be Exhumed Today

As reported in JewishPress.com, the process of exhuming Yasser Arafat's body is to be completed today. Palestinian's believe that Arafat was poisoned with radiation, by...

With Tzipi Livni Declaring Today, Polls Give Likud a Clear Lead

The right-wing block would receive 70 seats, vs. 50 to the center-left, including the Arabs.

Three More Gazans Crossed Border

Three Palestinians crossed over into Israel from Gaza near the town of Netiv HaAsara. The town went on alert. The three were caught and brought...

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