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Foreign Ministry Recruiting Former Unit 8200 Soldiers for Social Media Battles

18 Kislev 5776 – November 30, 2015
The special command, acting under the auspices of the Foreign Ministry’, will be comprised of a team of about ten members who specialize in both Arabic and advanced technologies.

After Surprise Visit to Jordan, Ben Carson Wants No Refugees in America

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Committee Expected to Approve Kotel Plaza 2-Story Beit Haliba Project

The Jordanians, whose Waqf agency rules over the Temple Mount, are not happy about any changes to the area.

Israeli Start-Up Finds Parking Places for Drivers

"Spaceek" has run a pilot test that placed sensors on parking places and let drivers find the empty spots through an app.

World Leaders Gather for ‘COP-21 Paris 2015’ Climate Change Conference

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Bayit Yehudi’s Yinon Magal Announces Resignation from Knesset

Bayit Yehudi MK Yinon Magal says he will resign from the Knesset due to allegations of sexual harassment.

Israeli Court Convicts Jewish Murderers of Arab Teen Mohammed Abu Khdeir

Two minors are convicted in the murder of an Arab teen from Shuafat who was burned alive in the Jerusalem Forest in summer 2014.

More Arab Media Incitement After Clashes in Jerusalem Neighborhood

IDF soldiers on patrol came under firebomb attack in a Jerusalem neighborhood from an Arab mob; their self-defense is a trigger for Arab media incitement.

Israeli Paramedic Reflects on Treating Wounded Syrians

IDF St. Sgt. "N" explained "all pain is universal" when asked how she communicated with Syrian patients.

Document Reveals IDF Collaboration with B’Tselem in Investigating Soldiers

18 Kislev 5776 – November 29, 2015
The Military Advocate General and B'Tselem have maintained "a productive dialogue with the common interest of enforcement in respect of complaints against IDF soldiers."

Peace Now Chief’s Attempt to Close Religious-Secular Gap Ripped by Leftists [video]

When the Karov La'lev people said their criticism was directed at religious Israelis, one Facebook user was irate: "Did we watch the same film?"

Responding to Product Labeling Netanyahu Suspends Peace Process Negotiations with EU

Just as it had been predicted, the Palestinians are already suffering from the EU product labeling.

Dozens Arrested in ISIS Bombing of Tunisian Presidential Guard

The Tunisian Interior Ministry says dozens of suspects are in custody after last week's attack by ISIS killed 12 in the capital city.

After Paris Attacks, Europe Showing More Interest in Israeli Security Solutions

Twenty-four Israeli companies participated in the Milipol 2015 exhibition and noticed a heightened interest around the Israeli booth.

Ya’alon Confirms: Russian Pilots Do Breach Israeli Airspace, But Are Not Shot Down

DM Moshe Ya'alon confirms that Russian fighter pilots do occasionally violate Israeli airspace flying in from Syria, they are not shot down.

Israelis Gear up for ‘GivingTuesday’ in the Jewish State

This Tuesday, Israelis will try to break last year's record in online donations in the Jewish State's local branch of global GivingTuesday.

Netanyahu: ‘Not Even One Meter’ of Area C to Palestinian Authority

PM Netanyahu promises Likud ministers "not one dunam" of Area C will be transferred to the Palestinian Authority, unilaterally, that is.

Jews and Arabs Join in ‘Patch Patrol’ Doing Repairs in Homes of the Elderly

The plant also takes part in a start-up program for at-risk youth intended to keep them from dropping out of school and directing them to advanced technological study tracks to be eventually integrated in industry.

Israel’s Leviathan Developers Ink Gas Deal With Egypt

At last, the developers of the Leviathan natural gas field have inked a preliminary deal with Egypt; terms of a final deal are to be negotiated "soon."

15 Terror Suspects Captured in Judea, Samaria

IDF soldiers captured 15 Arab terror suspects in Judea and Samaria late Saturday night, including 4 members of Hamas.

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