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Israeli Scientists Say Poultry Poop May Partially Replace Coal as Renewable Energy

Israeli researchers say turkey excrement may have a future as a fuel for heat and electricity.

Nahal Haredi Paratroopers Prepare for First Landing

Rabbis say haredi paratroopers integrate grueling training sessions with uncompromising adherence to a haredi lifestyle.

Dozens Arrested in Jerusalem, Bnei Brak Protests Against IDF Draft

Members of the so-called "Yerushalmi Faction" has urged yeshiva students not to comply with the draft board.

Trump Designates North Korea as ‘State Sponsor of Terror’

Israel's biggest fear, is the possibility that North Korea might develop nuclear weapons on behalf of Iran.

Mengistu Brother Tells UN, Hamas Toying With the Life of Mentally Disabled Civilian

"Look at my mother. She is a mother like all other mothers, and she deserves to know the fate of her son."

Israel’s PM Netanyahu to Meet with French President Macron on Iran

Netanyahu says he and Macron will meet to talk about "ideas to stabilize the situation in Lebanon."

Hariri ‘Plans to Return to Lebanon for Independence Day Celebration’

"I will participate in the celebrations for our independence and it is there that I will make known my position..."

India Cancels $500M Arms Deal with Israel’s Rafael

India's defense ministry instead decided this month to cancel the deal in deference to indigenous production.

The Shin Bet Always Get Their Man

The Palestinian Authority was holding the terrorist to keep him out of Israeli hands.

Hebrew University Graduates Ranked 62nd Most Employable on the Planet

The same ranking also positions Hebrew University graduates as the most employable from among all the Israeli universities.

Truck Ploughs into Jewish Man in London

The Metropolitan Police reported that no arrests have been made so far, but an investigation has been launched.

Recorded Senior Rabbinic Judges Voice Contempt for Sephardi Chief Rabbi

The recorded judges expressed their fear of standing up openly to Rabbi Yosef, but even more so standing up to his close associate David Amar (Shas), who can make and break their careers.

Diverse Hebrew Language Public School Students from US Thrilled with First Israel Visit

'From going to the bullet factory to seeing religious sites it has been truly amazing and I am so grateful.'

Haredi Couple Married on Shabbat Due to ‘Urgent Circumstances’

The Sheva Brachot meal could not be held as planned on Shabbat morning because the existence of a bride and a groom was in doubt.

State to High Court: Arab Land Obtained in Good Faith May Be Used by...

Israel wishes to use the legal concept of "market regulation" for the first time since 1967 in regard to Israeli settlers who purchased private Arab land in Judea and Samaria.

Germany in Political Crisis as Meerkel Fails to Forge 3-Way Coalition

A politically unstable Germany could have serious ramifications for the European Union. The euro fell to a two-month low against the yen after the FDP withdrew from the coalition talks.

IDF Soldier Wounded by Gunfire from Sinai

The IDF has increased security around the work on the ground to erect a barrier facing the Gaza Strip, adding special forces to the defense effort.

Nearly 5,000 Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries Gather in Crown Heights, Brooklyn for Intl Kinus Hashluchim

The sole U.S. state in existence without a permanent Chabad presence -- South Dakota -- now has one.

Liberman ‘Regrets’ President’s Rejection of Azaria’s Appeal for Pardon

The president declined to issue the pardon, saying such a move would "harm the resilience" of the IDF and the state.

Tensions Rising on Israel’s Northern Border with Syria

The targeted outpost is located near the Druze village of Hader, in southern Syria.

Palestinian Authority Children’s Magazine Teaches Children to Throw Rocks at Jews

It serves as a window into the minds of the Palestinian Authority children submitting material to the magazine.

Israeli Scientists: Parents Vastly Underestimate Children’s Exposure to Secondhand Smoke

"Studies have shown that 85% of smoke is invisible, and many components of cigarette smoke are odorless."

40 Years Since Egypt’s Pres. Anwar Sadat Came to Jerusalem, Israel

"President Sadat took a bold step, he came to the Knesset; he came to Israel. He was welcomed by the entire nation."

Israeli Minister Wishing All Arab Leaders Emulated the Late Sadat

With the longevity of Arab leaders who pay official visits to the Knesset in Jerusalem set at about four years, one could read Kara's tweet to be on the morbid side.

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