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New Iranian Cell Phone Game Features Haifa ‘Missile Strike’

Attacks on northern Israel from Lebanon are now the subject of an Iranian cellphone game.

New British Ambassador David Quarrey Begins in Tel Aviv

New UK Ambassador to Israel David Quarrey began his posting today in Tel Aviv.

Burning Terrorist Ambush Neutralized on Highway 443

Sappers neutralized a "surprise" on Monday tucked under a pile of burning tires on Highway 443.

TIME Includes Jerusalem in Top 10 World’s Best Cities

TIME Magazine includes Jerusalem in Top 10 World's Best Cities this year.

Passing of an Era: Ninendo President Satoru Iwata

Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo, has died at the age of 55.

B’Tselem Submits ‘Damaging’ Video Evidence to Military Police

The far-left B'Tselem NGO hands video "evidence" over death of Arab rock thrower to military police.

Update: Hostages Freed in Paris Primark Mall

Eighteen store workers were held hostage for 5 hours at a Paris mall.

Hamas Negotiator on Israeli Detainees Was Released in 2011 Gilad Shalit Prisoner Exchange

Sinwar, who spent some twenty years in Israeli prison, was sentenced to five life sentences for murdering Arabs suspected of collaborating with Israel.

Jackie Mason Believes Trump Will Get GOP Nomination on Authenticity

So now there are two authentic presidential candidates in the race, one of them has an Orthodox Jewish daughter, and it’s not Bernie Sanders.

Iran Deal Announcement Planned for Monday, Officials Say

Diplomats say today world negotiators will announce a nuclear deal has been reached with Iran.

Explosive Terror Attack Thwarted Near Maccabim

Terrorists placed a gas canister and burning tires along the road, hoping to blow up some cars on Highway 443.

NY School District to Pay $4.5 M for Ignoring Years of Anti-Semitism

Vile antisemitism in a school district 90 miles from NYC led to a multi-million dollar settlement.

Israeli Bumblebees Sent to Japan following Mass Death of Local Hives

Whole colonies of Israeli Bees are being sent from Israel to Japan to help farmers overcome the damage caused by the Japanese bees shortage.

10 Years Later, Gush Katif Expulsion Continues to Mark Israel’s Left-Right Divide

(JNi.media) A year ago, in January 2014, Peace Now Secretary-General Yariv Oppenheimer appealed on behalf of his movement to then Minister of Education Shai Piron,...

Dozens of Jerusalem Arabs Attack Police with Rocks

Police seriously injured one of the rioters with a "sponge" bullet.

Trump-Mania Puts ‘The Donald’ in Dead Heat with Jeb Bush

Trump still does not stand a chance. When voters were given only three choices, Bush smeared him.

Charter ‘Aliyah’ Flight to Land in Israel Tuesday with 221 New ‘Olim’

Minister Ze'ev Elkin will welcome 221 new immigrants from the United States and Canada at Ben Gurion Airport on Tuesday., one year after Operation...

Coffee Café Chain Fined for Discriminating against Arab

The court said that even though the Arab is a "serial plaintiff," the coffee chain discriminated against him.

Black Monday: Iran and P5+1 to Sign Deal

Report: Kerry will sign a "bad deal" as Iranian media prepare the public for a "good deal"

Missile-Alert Sirens in Northern Israel an Apparent ‘False Alarm’

Sirens sounded shortly after 4:30 p.m. from the northern border with Lebanon to the Lower Galilee.

Police Arrest Suspects in Church of Bread and Fish Arson

The Shin Bet and the police issued an edict preventing the suspects from meeting with a lawyer for five days.

Egypt Bids Farewell to Native Son, Legendary Omar Sharif

Legendary actor Omar Sharif was laid to rest in Cairo after funeral services at a mosque.

Netanyahu Warns Current Nuclear Deal ‘Endangers World Peace’

PM Binyamin Netanyahu slams nuclear negotiators in Vienna, warning the current deal "endangers world peace."

Iran: Talks Haven’t Failed, and If They Have, We Still Won

According to Ehud Yaari, the American side has “made a series of capitulations over the past two to three weeks in almost every key aspect that was being debated.”

7-Eleven Recognizes Slurpee Needs of Observant Jews

Noting that 7/11 (2015) fell on Shabbat this year, some 7-Eleven stores extended their free Slurpee tradition for an additional day.

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