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Palestinian Authority Says ‘No Talks’ With Netanyahu

“We were on the verge of an agreement” with Olmert, the PA official said, “but eventually he had to resign over corruption.”

Restraining Order Sends Dimona Nuclear Workers Back to Work

News of the strike was not made public until the back-to-work restraining order was issued.

Got a Driver’s License? Swap It in Israel, Effective Sunday

“This is about reducing bureaucracy," said Minister Yisrael Katz.

Mossad Warns Iran Expanding Control of Middle East

“Israel will continue to act determinedly and in a variety of ways to defend itself from these threats."

Meir Ben-Shabbat of Shin Bet Appointed to Head Israel’s National Security Council

"It is vital the National Security Council be a strong and vibrant body at the administrative and operative levels of our national security."

Report: Jordan Asks Israel to Delay Return of Embassy Staff

Jordan says the country complied with its international obligations by allowing the security officer to leave.

Bennett: I’m the Natural Right-Wing Leader on Day After Netanyahu

"In five separate polls published last week, we are gaining strength in every poll of right-wing voters.”

Bank Mizarahi-Tefahot Strike Enters Day 10, New Olim Hit Hard

New Olim using Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot can't finish their payments and move into their new homes.
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Muslim Threw Concrete Block onto Israeli Police from Jerusalem Hospital Rooftop

The violent Muslim rioters were using the hospital as a sanctuary against arrest.

Turkey’s Erdoğan Promoting Tourism to Israel #ThyKudüseİndirimYap

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is calling on Muslims to visit the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in solidarity.

IDF Arrests the Halamish Terrorist’s Family Members

It is suspected they knew of the planned attack and did nothing to stop or warn anyone about it.

Birthright for Parents of Lone Soldiers

Naftali Bennett: Israel will bring parents of lone soldiers to Israel to visit their children and see Israel.

Israeli Arabs From Umm al-Fahm Indicted on Ties to ISIS

Security personnel who raided the family home found a homemade Carlo Gustav assault rifle and ISIS materials.

Kushner Leads US Delegation in Another Attempt at Mideast Peace

"All parties need to engage in creating an environment conducive to peace-making while affording the negotiators and facilitators the time and space they need to reach a deal."

Targeted Stem Cells Might Hold the Key to Eradicating Leukemia

A cure for leukemia may lie in an innovative and targeted form of stem cell treatment currently being developed in Israel. 

World’s Oldest Man, Yisrael Kristal z’l, Passes at 113

Mr. Kristal made sweets to thank the Russians who liberated him from the death camp, and later opened a candy shop in Haifa.

Conan O’Brien to Tape Show for One Week in Israel Late August

We went online—so you won't have to—and collected Conan's Israel-related jokes that are fit to steal in a family publication.

Watch Female Arab Terrorist Attempt to Stab a Hassid in Jerusalem

The 29-year-old attacker holds a blue Israeli identity card and lives in the Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Sur Baher.
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Virginia Declares State of Emergency as White Power Goons Riot in Charlottesville

The ADL issued a tweet urging folks to sign its online "Diversity Is Strength" petition, protesting anti-Semitic statements by Michael Hill, organizer of the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally.

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