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Shin Bet Number 2, a Settler, New Candidate for Police Commissioner

Erdan appears to trust that R. has had an ongoing working relationship with police brass, as opposed to Hirsch who was viewed as a foreign transplant.

PLO Protesting Israel’s New Rules of Engagement Against Rioters

As Arabs attack Jews in Jerusalem, the PA says the measures Israel wants to take dehumanize the attackers.

Satmar Billionaire Philanthropist Dead at 88

Satmar dynasty’s major supporters, billionaire Rabbi Yeshaya Wolf Lev, passed away at 88.

4 Arab Teens Arrested in Jerusalem Terror Rock Attack on Rosh Hashana

Four Israeli Arab teens have been arrested for the Jerusalem stone-throwing murder of Alexander Levlovitz on Rosh Hashana.

Netanyahu’s Security Cabinet Approves New Rules of Engagement, Minimum Sentencing for Rioters

The security cabinet also decided to allow the police to open fire not only when they are threatened, but when there’s danger to the life of another person.

German Journalist Back from Frontlines: ISIS Seeks Nuclear Holocaust

Todenhöfer writes, “the west is drastically underestimating the power of ISIS,” and declares in no uncertain terms that “the terrorists plan on killing several hundred million people.”

6 Firefighter Planes Battling Blaze in Gush Etzion

Residents in the area were evacuated, but have now been allowed to return to their homes.

Move Over Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Make Room for the Yinon Plan

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, one of the most notorious anti-Semitic fake documents of all time, apparently has a sequel, and they're talking about it in Iran.

Israel Railways Claims 150 Shabbatot Equals 2 Years

Shas Minister Aryeh Deri ordered a halt to working on Shabbat on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem train line and Israel Railways claims it will delay it for 2 years.

Thousands Head to Israel for Holidays and Fill Up Hotels

The High Holiday Israeli vacation season  is one of the nest ever, according to travel officials. Major hotels in Israel are filled to capacity, and...

PA Charges Jews with Wearing ‘Priestly Garments’ on Temple Mount [video]

The Palestinian Authority thinks, or makes believe, that the white "kittel" worn on Yom Kippur is a "priestly garment."

Delta Adds 4 Weekly Flights on Tel Aviv Route

Delta is picking up traffic American Airlines will lose when it halts its Philadelphia-Tel Aviv route in January.

Israeli Company Building First Wind Turbine Farms in 30 Years

Israel’s first wind farm was built 30 years ago in the Golan Heights,

Israel and Russia Create Joint Military Working Group on Syria

Russia and Israel create coordinating group to avoid mishaps in the region.

Hezbollah Were Surprised by How Easily their Spy Entered Israel

Hassan Hizran, a Swede of Lebanese origin, was arrested in Israel during the summer on suspicion of spying for Hezbollah. Here's the story...

Abbas Calls for Returning Temple Mount to Pre-1967 Status Quo, with Jews Barred from...

Abbas is terrified Israel may set aside times on the Temple Mount when Jews will be allowed to pray unhindered by Arab harassment.

Mossad: 65 Yrs Old, Adapting to New Global Threats

The Mossad has been protecting Israel for 65 years.

Security Cabinet Unanimously Approves New Measures Against Stone-Throwers

The Security Cabinet has unanimously approved new stiffer measures against terrorists who throw stones and firebombs at Israelis.

Putin, Obama to Meet Sept. 28 at UN General Assembly

Russia's Pres. Putin and US Pres. Obama are set to meet at the UN General Assembly but their agendas appear to be quite different.

Train Hits Man Near Be’er Sheva

A man was struck by an Israel Railways train near Be'er Sheva Thursday night.

Milan Fashion Celebration Suffers Yom Kippur Blues

Earlier in the month, Rosh Hashana overshadowed New York Fashion Week, with shows by Carolina Herrera and Tommy Hilfiger suffering the consequences.

New York Jews Dumping Clinton for Sanders

A new poll shows a majority of New York Jews view Clinton as unfavorable. Biden catching up.

Cabinet to Weigh Blocking Entitlements to Parents of Stone Throwing Minors

The program would include three main measures: changing the rules of engagement, the imposition of minimum sentences on stone and Molotov cocktail throwers, and the imposition of heavy fines on the parents of minors caught throwing stones and Molotov cocktails.

‘You’ve Got To Live A Little’: Remembering Rabbi Sholom Morrow

When he showed up in the beis medrash in 1951 we all knew we had someone special in our midst.

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