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Abbas: I’d Quit my Job before Stopping Terrorists’ Pay

In 2016 the PA paid 26,800 killed terrorists' families a total $183 million, and 6,500 terrorist prisoners $135 million.

Labor Party Results In, Herzog Out

Another Labor party chairman is rejected after just one term.

Jerusalem Targeted Again at UNESCO World Heritage Committee Meeting

Israel's report this to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee was duly noted, and then basically tossed aside.

Labor Goes to the Polls

Seven candidates are looking to rule the party that currently barely warm up the back benches of the Knesset.

Conviction in Kinneret Church Arson case, Co-Defendant Acquitted

Judge George Azulai did not accept the police claims that Asraf lent his car to Reuveni, despite tire marks matching the car's which were found in the church's olive grove.

Ambassador Friedman Eats Humble Pie in J Street Meeting

Last February, facing a serious challenge to his nomination from members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who are allergic to comparisons to things Holocaust, coming from the right or the left, Friedman bowed down and kissed the PC ring.

A Rare Glimpse: Shabak Agent Recruiting Hilltop Youth

The recordings provide a rare glimpse into the activity of the Jewish Section of the Shin Bet.

Jerusalem Youth Peace Summit Opens with Interfaith Prayer

75 Jewish, Christian, and Muslim youth from around the world gathered at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Sunday for a unique summit, answering Pope Francis' call to create a culture of encounter for peace.

Eight Years Later, Murder of Two Israeli Policemen by Arabs Solved

Although only one of the gang shot the two policemen – all three have been charged with murder.

Florida Ike Comes to his Senses, Won’t Cash his Israel Bonds, All Is Forgiven

Also, as we have mentioned, taking his money out of his ten-day Israel Bond would have cost him plenty. Ike may be angry but he's not a fool.

Likud, Habayit Hayehudi, to Work on Compromise Bill to Forbid Splitting Jerusalem

Bennett noted that 'twice in the past 15 years we were a hair's breadth away from handing over the Temple Mount, the Mount of Olives, the City of David, and three quarters of the Old City to the Palestinians, by [former Prime Ministers] Barak and Olmert.'

Jews, Arabs to Gather in Jerusalem to Discuss ‘The Jordan Option’

"It is about time that decision-makers make room on the table for other proposals that might actually work."

MK Smotrich’s Circle: Next Week We’ll Pass Beit El Construction Resolution

Netanyahu, who left the Sharon government half an hour before the troops descended on the 8,600 Jewish residents of Gush Katif, back in 2005, has since managed to wiggle his way out of confrontational situations by making promises to evicted settlers – promises he very rarely kept, usually after concentrated public shaming.

Former MK Basel Ghattas Starts Serving Prison Term for Security Violations

In his ruling, Judge Itay Bresler-Gonen wrote that Ghattas "took advantage of his status as a member of the Knesset and the trust given him by the democratic system and the IPS.'

Hamas Delegation in Egypt to Discuss New Leaf in Relations

The delegation includes representatives from the Ministries of Interior, Finance, Works, Economy and the Energy Authority.

IDF Arrests 2 PFLP Female Leaders

Jarrar, who represents the PLFP in the Palestinian Legislative Council, was released from Israeli prison in June 2016 after serving 15 months and paying a $3,000 fine.

Israel Starts Suing the Estates of Killed Terrorists

'From now on, anyone who plotted, planned or contemplated carrying out an attack will know that their family would pay a heavy price for their heinous act.'

Olmert Leaves Prison after 16 Months, May Be Ill

The Prosecutor's Office wanted to postpone the parole board hearing indefinitely but only received a one-week postponement. A request for an extension was rejected by parole board chair, retired judge Rachel Goldberg.

Florida Real Estate Investor Waging Revenge War Over Western Wall

It's difficult to predict whether offended US Jews who discovered there's a limit to their political influence in their second-choice country will be able to keep up the turf war much longer.

A Thousand Demonstrators in Front of Netanyahu’s Residence over Kotel Dispute

Alas, this dispute is not over a connection to God but over political turf, both regarding the Kotel and the conversions.

Japan’s Bank Apologizes for Praising Hitler

Public figures in Japan, a German ally in World War II, occasionally cause controversy when they express favorable comments about economic or other aspects of the Nazi regime.

Another Palestinian State Grows in Gaza

Dahlan is quietly laying the groundwork for the statesmanship that must come next.

Survey Shows Majority of Israelis Object to Considering Diaspora Jews’ Views in Legislation

The survey revealed a strong correlation between the religious standards of respondents and their view on how vital the views of foreign Jews are.

PM Modi to Meet Son of Chabad Emissaries Killed in Mumbai Terror Attack

Nowadays Moshe lives with his maternal grandparents in Afula, in Jezreel Valley.

Netanyahu to AIPAC: My Choice Was between Reform Kotel and Government Collapse

Both of Netanyahu's decisions caused a storm and created a rift with Diaspora Jews, most emphatically in the US.

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