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Two Women Arrested with a Gun and IDF Uniforms

An IDF unit was searching in the Jordan Valley for stolen property.

Shabak: Hamas Increasing Recruitment Operations from Turkey

Most of the terrorists in question had been released in the Shalit deal and were involved in attacks that claimed Israeli lives.

Chabad of Reykjavik Newest ‘Frozen Chosen’ Addition

The Feldmans’ arrival in the northern island country will herald a new era for Iceland’s tiny Jewish community, entering a number of firsts in Iceland’s sparse Jewish history.

Lynch Attempt on Two Soldiers, 1 Female, in Jenin

The soldiers were beaten and one of their guns was stolen. (Warning: Graphic video)

Sovereignty Movement Urging Netanyahu Not to Turn Bill’s Postponement into Retraction

"In the Middle East, weakness, concessions and indecisiveness only encourage the forces of evil that seek to destroy us."

Woman, her Children, Saved from Lynching in Teqoa Village, Gush Etzion

The village of Teqoa (Tuqu') is notorious for its residents' almost daily stone throwing ritual, occasionally while blocking the road and carrying out lynching attempts.

Israeli Supreme Court President: BDS Not Entitled to Freedom of Speech

"The imposition of legal sanctions is proportionate when the state is interested in defending itself against a boycott of civilians," the justice said.

MK Zoabi’s Aide Owns the Land Where F-16 Crashed, Will Sue

It has been suggested on Israeli social media that the IDF should sue the Syrian military for those damages.

IAF Chief to F-16 Pilot: Ejecting Was the Right Call

In 1998, when it was first produced, the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon cost $18.8 million, or $27.5 million in 2018 value.

Security Detail for Israel’s Chief Sephardic Rabbi After Death Threat by Gaza Terrorists

Hamas published leaflets threatening the Rishon Lezion and featuring photographs of Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, MK Rabbi Yehuda Glick and other rabbis as well, calling for their assassination.

Popular Israeli Vocalist Shlomi Shabat Hospitalized

The vocalist, age 63, is known for his versatility; he sings in Hebrew, Turkish and Spanish and is known for his rock as well as for his Mizrahi music.

No Israelis in Russian Plane Crash

All 71 people aboard the flight were killed, including 65 passengers and six crew members.

Israeli Woman Killed in Mexico

Israel's Consul in Mexico, Idit Davidovich, has been working together with Israel’s Foreign Ministry to make arrangements to return the woman's body to Israel.

Trump Says Israel Has to be ‘Very Careful’ With Settlements,’Watch and See’ on Iran

“I don't know frankly if we are going to even have talks, we will see what happens, but I think it is very foolish for the Palestinians and I also think it would be very foolish for the Israelis if they don't make a deal."

Israel Tax Authority Presents New Codes for Home Owners

People who own and lease up to five private housing units are likely to be entitled to a reduced rate of 10 percent taxes, because fewer than five housing units is considered “passive income” under the new rules.

IDF Strengthens Aerial Defenses in Northern Israel

“Hezbollah and Iran are trying to entrench themselves in the area ... [But we] sent a clear message to our enemies; we’re determined to defend our sovereignty and respond with force and wisdom to any threat.”

Significant Drop in 2017 Home Sales in Israel

In December 2017, the number of homes sold (8,800) was down 20 percent from the same month a year earlier, the Chief Economist reported.

Russians Offer a Tuneup of Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Facility

Russian Ambassador to Iran said a visiting delegation is discussing "certain practical aspects of the project to reconfigure the Fordow reactor."

President Rivlin Visits Downed F-16 Pilot, Navigator, in Hospital

The President visited the combat pilot whose condition was upgraded to moderate, and met his wife and infant son and his parents.

Israeli Doctors Restoring Patient’s Jaw Using Shinbone

In a surgery that lasted 12 hours, a multidisciplinary team of more than 30 doctors and nurses removed a tumor from a patient's mouth and reconstructed part of her jawbone to fit in the gap.

Government’s Sovereignty Law Debate Pushed Off for Several Great Excuses

Consider this to be a time-out for the sovereignty bill, as the vast majority of the coalition still supports it. Meanwhile, the Netanyahu circle will have to come up with fresh excuses ahead of the next debate.

Syria’s Anti-Aircraft Missiles May Be Outdated, But Can Still Inflict Damage

"There are long-range surface-to-air missiles like the SA5, which, although they are outdated and stationary launch pads, can intercept planes deep inside Israel."

Report: Israeli Strikes Kill 6 Syrian Gunmen

Altogether, the Syrian Observatory reported three waves of Israeli bombardments, under anti-aircraft fire.

Iran’s Stealth Drone that Penetrated Israel’s Border a Gift from the Obama Administration

The Israeli Air Force on Saturday launched an attack on the Syrian Air Force's Tiyas Military Airbase, a.k.a. T-4 Airbase, west of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmor), destroying the main observation tower, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

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