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And the Right is Back

After narrowing missing in the last elections, Michael Ben-Ari is trying to make a comeback and represent the "real right-wing" in Israel.

Red Boots in Green Tanks

In operation Protective Edge, infantry and armored units worked side-by-side. A new training program hopes to integrate them even better on the battlefield.

Uri Ariel Promises to Lower Housing Costs

It takes an average of 140 monthly salaries to buy a home. Ariel plans to lower that down to 85.

Ban on Interfaith Teen Dating Lifted by United Synagogue Youth

United Synagogue Youth teen board members are told ban is lifted on dating non-Jews, but "important" to date within the faith.

Al Qaeda Urges ‘Lone Wolves’ via Magazine to Attack US Airliners

The latest edition of Al Qaeda's online magazine urges lone wolf attacks on US airlines.

Belgian Minister Vows to Uphold Jewish Ritual Slaughter

The Flemish Minister for Animal Welfare Ben Weyts has reversed his call for a ban on Jewish ritual slaughter in Belgium.

Michael Oren Joins Kachlon’s Party

Ambassador Michael Oren is the first person to join Moshe Kachlon's new political party, Kulanu.

Israel Warns Hamas: ‘We Will Respond to Attacks — Forcefully”

Israel issued a grim warning to Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorists Wednesday over an attack that led to a major clash.

Update: Medical Emergency 101 Lines Back Up in Jerusalem

In case of a medical emergency, one should call the MDA hotline at 03-734-4005.

ISIS Making Slow Gains In Syria Despite U.S. Air Strikes

“Islamic State continues to try to take over more areas close to Iraq and Turkey,” Khatib said.

Firebombs Thrown near Beit Hadassah

Beit Hadassah was built by Jews in 1893 as a local medical clinic.

Stab Victim Thanks Police, Lights Menorah At Precinct House

Rosenblatt and several Jewish residents of the neighborhood visited the station on the seventh night of Chanukah to show their support after the murder Saturday of two police officers in neighboring Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Cuba Deal May Have Implications For U.S. Middle East Policy

Obama’s new attitude, as Gleijeses sees it, may have implications for the U.S. role in the Middle East and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Border Police Stop Terror Attack

Four PA Arabs with captured with pipe bombs on them.

Hatnua Party Collapses, Herzog Buys a Cat in the Bag

Livni's party is now down to 2 MKs (from 6). What did Herzog buy that was so expensive?

Likud Party Bars Netanyahu from Running as Chairman

The Prime Minister will appeal the decision by the party’s comptroller.

Hebrew University to Close for Christmas

Hebrew University will give its students the day off on Christmas for the first time ever. There will be no classes on Thursday, Dec. 25,...

Alan Gross to get $3.2M Compensation

Gross jailed for his work on USAid project.

Update: IDF Soldier Wounded in Gun Battle with Hamas

A Hamas commander was killed and the Air Force numbed terror targets.

Yisrael Beitenu Suspected of Fraud and Bribery

Lieberman calls the police investigation a “witch-hunt” aimed at hurting the party’s chances at the polls.

Two Rockets Fired from Gaza

Gaza's terrorists continue to test their rockets.

Paris Synagogue Attacked

The bullet just missed the Rabbi and his assistant.

Indie Theaters Rushing to get the “The Interview”

More than 300 theaters throughout the US have already placed orders to get the film.

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