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Israel Recycles More than US, Europe

Israel has surpassed the U.S. and Europe in recycling plastic bottles, according to a statement by EDI,  a Jerusalem marketing and communications firm. The...

Calls For Sovereignty In Judea/Samaria Intensify As Jewish Homes Are Threatened

While the UN had designated it for an Arab state, the Arabs did not accept the idea, choosing instead to make war on the newborn state of Israel.

Greece: The Most Anti-Semitic Country In Europe

Critics have suggested that the survey is flawed because the statements are not fair indicators of real anti-Jewish bias.

Does the Word ‘Ramallah’ Conjure up the Lynching? Then Read This.

13 years since his father's brutal murder in Ramallah, David Vadim Norzhitz became a bar mitzvah.

Why is Greece the Most Anti-Semitic Country in Europe?

Greece may be the cradle of democracy, but anti-Jewish feeling runs deep in the country

Upcoming Papal Visit To Jerusalem Sparks Debate And Controversy

Veiled threats against the Maronite leader from hard-line Islamic radicals in Lebanon have been posted on the Internet.

ZOA Protests Mount of Olives Violence

Generations of Jews who could not live in the Holy Land dreamt only of being buried on the Mount of Olives. Today, Jews who visit take their lives in their hands.

Bill To Ban Free Israeli Newspapers Faces Strong Pushback

“This legislation is anti-liberal and makes no sense in a free market where anyone can do what they want as long as it’s legal and ethical,” Pollak told JNS.

Latest Pallywood Release a Smash Hit with Left-Wing Media

Mohammed al-Dura, take two: Left-wing groups say security cameras captured death of Palestinian rioters in real time, but footage is staged.

IDF Educates NATO On Women in the Military

Brig. Gen. Tevet-Wiesel spoke to global military representatives on the IDF’s opportunities for women, which are considered advanced relative to those of other armies.

BDS Agitators Fail in ‘Rachel Corrie Country’

An attempt to persuade Univ. of Washington to divest from Israel failed Tuesday in 'Rachel Corrie country.'

How Do You Mine for Bitcoins?

If bitcoins aren’t issued by any sort of government agency, or printed in any mint, where do they come from, and how do you get them?

New Beach in Ashkelon Gender ‘Separate’

Ashkelon launched a new separate gender beach this week, but only on land.

Haifa Selected ‘Smartest’ City in The Middle East

Haifa was crowned the ‘smartest’ city in the Middle East by the IESE Business School at the University of Navarra in Barcelona.

Missing Teenage Jewish Girl in Samaria

Israel Police asks the public to help find 19-year-old Bat-El Aminov, missing since Tuesday.

PA Hoping to Use Pope As Political Pipebomb

The Palestinian Authority is hoping to use the upcoming visit by Pope Francis as a political pipebomb.

In Israel, A Prosthetic Tailored for a Turtle

An Israeli scientist created a prostethic for a turtle based on the design of a Lockheed-Martin warplane.

Finance Ministry Leaves IDF Empty-Handed

The Finance Ministry has closed its fist over funding to Israel's defense establishment for fiscal 2015.

White House Puts New Lipstick on Old Pig a/k/a Unity Government

Now Hamas is being given a strategy for making acceptable its unalterable hostility towards the Jewish state.

Brandeis Unbecoming: Chloé Speaks In Defense of Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Allow Chloé to help you and those you know how to stop punishing truth and rewarding intimidation.

Witness: Police Choke, Beat 10-year-old

Presumably, Bat Ayin children suspected of price tag crimes, but no charges have been filed; several teens held for more than a week without seeing a lawyer

FM Liberman Announces Knesset Lobby to Support Africa Ties

Ties set to expand between Israel and developing world

BMT’s Rabbi Horowitz Laid to Rest

Hundreds of students, relatives and family friends accompanied Rabbi Moshe Horowitz, rosh yeshiva of Jerusalem's Beit Midrash LeTorah yeshiva,  on his final journey to the...

UCLA Chancellor: Palestinian Supporters Trying to Censor Campus Discussion

The heads of UCLA and the University of California system criticized a student-led pledge that urged candidates for student government to refuse trips to Israel sponsored...

Israeli Engineering Students Take Second Place in Istanbul Competition

Three Israeli students from Ben Gurion University of the Negev won second place at the International Cultural and Academic Meeting of Engineering Students conference (ICAMES), a world-wide engineering project competition organized by the Engineering Society of Bogazici University in Istanbul.

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