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Rejecting Netanyahu, AG Vows to Keep Supreme Court’s Excessive Powers

Israel is the only country in the civilized world where plaintiffs are permitted to go directly to the top of the appeals process – and without direct connection to the case in question.

Einstein’s Letters to David Bohn on Israel, God, and Communism Auctioned

Einstein notes that Israel is an interesting, intellectual creature, but has limited opportunities.
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UN Delegates: Israeli Occupation Driving Arab Men to Beat their Wives

Every single Arab participant in the forum stated that, in the end, when an Arab husband beats up his wife in Ramallah, it's because of the Israeli 'occupation.'

Jerusalem Mayor Fires Cannon Marking End of 16th Day of Ramadan

The Municipality removes garbage from the main roads and ensures that parks and public gardens are cleaned during Ramadan, to provide a dignified atmosphere for all celebrants.

Gaza Artificial Island Harbor Plan Shelved Due to Defense Minister’s Objection

According to Minister Katz, the harbor island would finally remove Israel's responsibility for the situation in Gaza and might prevent a renewed military flare-up.

Netanyahu Meets with Nauru President Waqa in Jerusalem

President Waqa requested Israel assist Nauru in medical training, water technology, waste management and innovation.

Report: Trump Leaked to Russians Israel’s Success in Penetrating ISIS Computers

Needless to say, Trump's careless disclosure infuriated Israeli officials, and has put in question the willingness of Israel's and other Western powers' clandestine services to share more hard-earned, crucial intelligence with the Americans for the next four years.

Settlers Dispute Defense Minister’s Figures on Construction Starts

Yossi Dagan, head of the Samaria Regional Council, said on Sunday that Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman's optimistic data on settlement construction in Judea and Samaria are inflated.

Mo’ Murder, Mo’ Money: PA’s Sliding Scale Terrorist Salaries

How much money do security prisoners receive? It starts at $400 a month, and the checks keep growing each year, followed by a release bonus.

Heeding Abbas’ Order, Israel Curbs Gaza’s Electric Supply

Gaza’s only power plant has been out of commission for more than two weeks, because of a dispute between the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas government over the rate of excise taxes on fuel for the plant.

Ministers Approve Bill Deducting Terrorists’ Pay from Palestinian Authority’s Earnings

The pressure to go ahead with the bill came from rightwing Likud members, as well as from Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu).

Netanyahu: NGOs Must Not Have Access to Foreign Government Funding

NGOs whose budgets come mostly from foreign government sources are already required to declare it to the NGOs Registrar, and note it in all their official publications, as well as in their correspondence with public officials.

Netanyahu: I told Nikki Haley It’s Time to Dismantle UNRWA

The Arab refugees have their own separate agency which is connected to incitement against Israel, and which perpetuates the refugee problem rather than solve it.

Court Fines Reporter $30,000 for Defaming Netanyahus on Facebook

During the final court hearing, the defense argued that Sarna's post was a parody.

Regavim Petition High Court to Demolish Illegal Arab Resort

'It is inconceivable that under everyone's nose there appeared a new Palestinian vacation village, and the enforcement authorities on the ground continue to behave as if they suffer from a serious vision problem.'

Netanyahu Postpones Bill Blocking Terrorists’ Salaries

Traditionally, security officials have objected to usurping funds that are being transferred to the Palestinian Authority, fearing this would further undermine the status of Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
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Dershowitz: Comey’s Statement Shows Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice

'The president can, as a matter of constitutional law, direct the attorney general, and his subordinate, the director of the FBI, tell them what to do.'

Study: Non-Orthodox US Jewish Communities Growing Barren

'The absence of children – particularly children being raised in the Jewish religion – represents yet one more missing incentive to Jewish communal engagement.'

Government to Pay Religious Families to Invite Secular Guests for Shabbat Meals

The Ministry of Religious Services will pay the municipal taxes, carrying charges and electricity of religious families who clock 15 weekly hours hosting secular guests and teaching Jewish family values.

Israeli Arabs Indicted for Collaboration with Hamas, Trafficking Illegal Weapons

The episode underscores the growing links between the criminal and terrorist worlds in the Israeli Arab community.

Report: PA Starved for Donations, Eager to Negotiate, Will Waive Demand for Settlement Freeze

'We have not made the settlements an up-front issue this time,' Abbas’s senior adviser Mohammad Mustafa said.
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What Made the 1967 War a ‘War of No Choice’

In the fourth video of this mini-series, experience the fear Israelis felt as they prepared for an inevitable war. With Israel’s army vastly outnumbered,...

Watch: Bedouin Thriving Marijuana Enterprise on IDF Base Training Grounds

The desert soil in the midst of tank shelling, range firing and navigational tracking, is also home to thousands of marijuana plants belonging to Bedouin criminals in a large number of greenhouses.

Trump Adds Peace Bet. Qatar & Saudis to Mid-East Wish List

The largest US air base in the Middle East, where all the US-led strikes against ISIS originate, with 8,000 US military personnel, is in Qatar.

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