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Knesset Decriminalizes Private Use of Cannabis

The bill was approved by a vote of 41-1, with one abstention.

Bennett Condemns Yitzhar Settlers’ Attack on Female Border Guard

The female Border Police officer was injured Wednesday afternoon from stones thrown at her by settlers in the Yitzhar area.

Landmine Clearing Taking Place Near Lake Kinneret

Officials say that area residents can expect to hear two loud explosions between the hours of 9 am and 3:30 pm.

First Foreign Working Arrangement Europol Signs Is with Israel Police

The agreement was brought to a vote at the Europol headquarters and was unanimously approved by 28 representatives of the member states.

Terrorist Who Stabbed Nirit Zmora Gets 14 Years, $138,000 Damages

This, ladies and gentlemen, is what passes for justice in IDF court rooms. Perhaps what Israel needs most desperately these days is an army.

Man, 72, Plotted to Burn Miami Condo and ‘Kill All the [Expletive] Jews’

When asked about the gas in the containers he was carrying, Stolper told the officers, “I bought the gas to make a small BBQ.”

German Neo-Nazi Woman Gets Life in Prison for 10 Murders

The NSU Trial began in May 2013, with Zschäpe accused of being a principal in ten murders and a serious arson and of being a member of a terrorist organization, with four suspected associates.

Eyes in the Skies: Israeli Police Drones to Enforce Traffic Laws

The drones will be deployed nationwide, in particular over routes where serious road accidents and casualties are common.

Turkish Police Arrest Pro-Israel Muslim Leader Adnan Oktar

According to Anadolu, Oktar has been placed on a wanted list issued by Combating Financial Crimes department of the provincial police.

Civil Rights Group: Shaked’s Polygamy Recommendations Reward Criminals

Netanyahu called it "a huge industry that provides an incentive to bring women from Jordan and Saudi Arabia."

Court Postpones Trial of Sara Netanyahu

The delay was approved "at the request of the state attorney's office and the accused's representative."

Suspects Held in Beitar Illit Marijuana Growing Operation

Police seized about 50 adult marijuana plants, fertilizer products, fans, transformers, air conditioners and lighting equipment during their search.

Knesset Committee Ratifies Cannabis Decriminalization

The proposal reduces penalties for illegal marijuana use from possible imprisonment to only civil fines.

Israel to Expand Personal Gun Licensing Criteria to Include More Citizens

Some 40,000 people are expected to apply under the expanded eligibility rules.

Israeli Police Arrest Armed Terrorist on His Way to an Attack

Police stopped him and checked his car and found a knife and a meat cleaver in it.

Likud Chairman in South Africa Murdered

Yaakov Hagoel, chairman of the World Likud, said the murder was apparently carried out following Kovansky's decision to fire many of his employees because of his financial trouble.

3 Jerusalem Arabs Arrested at Checkpoint with Rifles

The three tried too hard to convince the police to quickly let them pass through the checkpoint, which made the police very suspicious.

MK Zoabi: Internal Affairs in Police Pocket

On May 28, the police announced that the Officer suspected of beating Jafar after his arrest had taken a compulsory leave of absence. Apparently the same officer has now been reinstated.

Hate Crime: Arabs Carried Out Violent Attempted Murder of Samaria Jew

A young Jew was severely assaulted by Arabs in Binyamin, his ribs were broken, he sustained a hole in his lungs and received head stitches. Police arrested and released a suspect.

Jewish Student in Prestigious Berlin School Bullied for Months by Anti-Semites

At one point he was ridiculed for being "a good Jew," because in a debate he disagreed with the Israeli government treatment of the Arabs.

Israeli Who Ran Fear Campaign Against 2,000 Jewish Institutions Convicted in Tel Aviv

In March, the charges against him were expanded, to include hate crimes.

Reversal: If You Say ‘Polish Death Camps’ PM Morawiecki Won’t Lock You Up

"We retreated from the criminal provisions," a spokesman for the PM stated, suggesting the penalties diverted attention from the effort to alter the way the world views the behavior of Poles during the war.

Arab Steals Car with 5-Year-Old in Back Seat

Somebody is going to say Hagomel this Thursday.

MK at Conference on Online Incitement: ‘Bots May Affect Israeli Voters’ Freedom of Choice’

Andrej Danko, Speaker of the Slovak Paliament, said that "Insane racists have become members of parliament here, among other things through the cheap use of social networks, while denying historic facts."

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