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Netanyahu Bids Farewell to a Friend of Israel, Charles Krauthammer

"He defended Israel in a way that is difficult to describe – methodically, with great creativity and with very great daring."

Erdogan Declares Victory in Turkey’s Presidential Election

Erdogan is an Islamist and a strong supporter of Hamas in Gaza and the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority.

UK Labour Leader Says His Govt Would Recognize Palestinian State

"The next Labour government will recognize Palestine as a state as one step towards a genuine two-state solution..."

Court Sides with Chabad in Rabin Square Event Hearing: No Reason Not to Keep...

Judge Vardi suggested that the Tel Aviv municipality cancel its decision to forbid the separate-sexes event, and interrupted the hearing to allow the municipality to consult on the matter.

Rachel Azaria – Jerusalem’s First Female Mayoral Candidate

Azaria previously served as Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem in 2013.

Chabad Appeals Tel Aviv Mayor Ban on Rabin Square Meet

Chabad made clear that, despite reports to the contrary, Monday's event was not cancelled.

Yitzhak (Bougie) Herzog Named Next Jewish Agency Chairman

"Following an appeal from leaders of the Jewish Diaspora, I have agreed to take upon myself the position of Chairman of the Jewish Agency."

US Envoys Meet El-Sisi in Cairo, Set to Arrive in Israel Before Sabbath

"They discussed the need to facilitate humanitarian relief to Gaza," the White House said.

Jewish Agency Bids Farewell to Chairman Natan Sharansky

Sharansky will continue his service training and supporting the Jewish Agency shlichim (emissaries).

Report: Finance Minister Inflicted Stagnation on Real Estate Market

It took the market a little more than a year to figure where Kahlon was headed and since the third quarter of 2016 there has been a 40% free fall in building starts in Israel.
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Netanyahu’s Speech Interrupted by Message: ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, this Conference Has Just Been Hacked’

"States can do much worse. They can do everything that you heard here and much more."

Initial Approval for Opening 1950s Adoption Files of Yemenite Children

The new bill seeks to permit a first-degree relative or guardian to review the adoption file of family members who have disappeared, been kidnapped or whose fate is unknown.

Report: IDF Ready to Move into Gaza

"They misunderstand us, and this could lead to a deterioration, at the end of which we would be back inside the Gaza Strip and they would realize they had made a mistake."

Exclusive: A Chat with Manhattan Millennial Naomi Levin, Challenger to Democratic Congressman Jerrold Nadler

"It’s important that we have a strong and cooperative relationship with our allies in the fight against extremism. We have a lot to learn from Israel..."

Trump Envoys Want Gulf States to Fund Gaza Plan

One has to consider whether any energy project for Gaza makes sense, given the proclivity of the enclave's ruling Hamas terrorist organization for destroying infrastructure intended to improve residents' lives.
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Liberman: Argentina Couldn’t Beat Iceland Because They Didn’t Practice in Jerusalem

Argentina, which plays in Group D, will be playing against Croatia and Nigeria next.

Australian Ruling Party’s Vote on Relocating Embassy to Jerusalem Overruled by FM

Bishop said has been in communication with the PA Foreign Minister to make sure the money her country sends Ramallah—an estimated $43 million—will only be spent on good things.

Knesset Speaker Tells Korean Ambassador Trump Could Repeat Success with Kim in Middle East

"I hope the citizens of South Korea will gain the quiet they have been seeking for years.”
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Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un, Sign North Korea’s ‘Complete Denuclearization’

Kim told Trump that “many people in the world will think of this as a form of fantasy from a science fiction movie.”

Labor Chairman: The Kotel Belongs to All Kinds of Jews, and Christians, Too

Last Sunday's political surveys, which gave Netanyahu's Likud party a boost to 34 Knesset from it current 30, also showed yet another drop for the Zionist Camp—a coalition of Labor and the Tzipi Livni Movement—from its current 24 to 10 seats.

Historic Trump-Kim Summit Gets Underway

"Wrong behaviors and practices sometimes hid our eyes and ears, but we've overcome those and eventually we came here after overcoming all the obstacles."

Jordan Watch: 2nd Largest Jordanian Tribe Delivers Ultimatum to King Abdullah

Fares al-Fayez, a member of the Beni Sakhr and a long-time critic of the king, was arrested on charges of seeking to overthrow the regime.

Ohana, Shaked, Lead Rebellion Against Ministerial Legal Counsels

The culture that has developed over the past few decades in the government ministries—regardless of which parties were at the helm—gives the legal counselors a tremendous power over their bosses, the elected officials.

US Peace Envoy Greenblatt to Erekat: ‘Ignoring Hateful, False Words Has Not Brought Peace’

"Dr. Erekat – we have heard your voice for decades and it has not achieved anything close to Palestinian aspirations or anything close to a comprehensive peace agreement."

Report: NIF Targets Religion in Campaign to Win Back Government

One major target for this project are Chabad activities, which include summer camps for children in municipalities that cannot afford one.

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