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IDF Artillery Fires at Gaza Border Fence Infiltrators Wounding 5

A few hours earlier on Tuesday, a fourth Molotov cocktail "terror kite" incident took place.

Former US First Lady Barbara Bush Passes Away at 92

Mrs. Bush was the only woman in American history to watch both her husband and son elected to serve as presidents of the United States.

Forty UN Ambassadors Visiting Israel During 70th Anniversary

"At a time when UNESCO denies the Jewish connection to Jerusalem it is important that the Ambassadors have seen the Jewish history of the city as well as the respect accorded to all faiths by Israel."

BDS Convinces Durham, NC to Ban Advanced Police Training with Israel

"These tactics further militarize U.S. police forces that train in Israel, and this training helps the police terrorize Black and Brown communities here in the US," the petition warned.

Syrians Claim Air Defense Systems Set Off by US-Israeli Cyber Attack

Syrian state media claimed earlier in the day that Syrian air defenses had shot down at least nine Israeli missiles, but left out information about whether any of the missiles had hit their target.

NASA To Test Israeli Anti-Radiation Vest

Last year, the Israel Space Agency signed an agreement with the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to use its expertise in the examination of deep space radiation effects and its absorption in the human body.

Netanyahu: Terrorists Can ‘Smell Weakness’ As Well As Strength

"No continent, no country is safe from terrorism. We must stand against them together, to build a solid wall of the civilized world against the flood of radicalism."

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.

Israel Pauses, Bows Collective Head as Memorial Day Siren Sounds

Israel ushered in Memorial Day Tuesday with a minute-long siren in tribute to 23,645 soldiers and civilians who have fallen in the country’s wars and terror attacks.

Police to Close 340,000 Files in 70th Anniversary Amnesty

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said the move would be a “big step for citizens who have been investigated for crimes. It will remove the stain of their past.

Memorial Day: 71 Soldiers, 12 Civilians Fell This Year

The number of soldiers that have fallen in the line of duty since the first days of Zionist activity in Israel in 1860 stands at 23,645, according to figures released by the Ministry of Defense.

Israel Defense Forces on High Alert, Preparing for Iranian Direct Retaliation

Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani this week issued a direct threat to Israel from Damascus after arriving for a briefing on the T-4 air strike.

Letter Across Time to Late Neturei Karta Leader from his Pro-Zionist Nephew

"You will be surprised to hear who is the greatest proponent of the Torah in the world: the Zionist regime. Every year the Israeli government invests billions of shekels in the Torah world."

High Court Overturns Liberman’s Decision to Block Terrorists’ Families from Joint Memorial Service

The ceremony has been held for 13 years, and in the past 11 years Arabs have been allowed entry to participate.

Report: F-35s Will Take Down ICBMs by 2025

"Very simply, what we’re trying to do is shoot [AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAMs)] off F-35s in the first 300 seconds that it takes a missile to go up in the air."

IDF Imposing Closure on Judea, Samaria, through Independence Day

Opening of the Gaza crossings and lifting of the closure in Judea and Samaria will take place on Thursday at midnight, depending on an assessment of the security situation.

Knesset Committee Hotly Debates Ties with Populist Austrian Coalition Party

Austrian Ambassador to Israel Martin Weiss told the committee that the current Austrian government is the friendliest towards Israel since he began his diplomatic career in 1990.

Adelsons Donate $70 Million to Birthright Israel

A 2013 study showed that one out of every four Birthright participants marries another Birthright participant.

Court: Jews Allowed to Cry ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ on Temple Mount

One thing is clear – the next group of Jewish visitors on the Temple Mount must send us the video of their proud A cappella of Reb Shlomo Carlebach's classic...
The Technion

TeAMS Introduces Affiliate Beit Medrash Program for Observant Medical Students

The Technion’s American Medical School (TeAMS) announces the launch of an affiliate Medical Beit Medrash program.

State Prosecutor Drops Confessions of Duma Arson Defendants Acquired Via ‘Special Means’

"This is a real earthquake, the prosecution is standing in front of the court and in fact admits – an investigation has been carried out here which led the defendants to turn over statements and confessions that were not voluntary as required by law."

Palestinian Authority Terrorist Indicted for Ramming Death of IDF Soldiers

IDF Sgt. Netanel Kahalani, 20, and IDF Capt. Ziv Daos, 21, were both killed in the attack and two other soldiers were very seriously injured.

Liberman: Iran Leading United Northern Front Against Israel

“The northern front presents a paramount strategic challenge that necessitates the IDF and the rest of the security establishment to strengthen even further its readiness."

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.

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