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‘What’s Changed about Being Jewish in Scotland?’ Fear, Study Finds

"I don’t find anything that is good about being Jewish in Scotland." (F, 60s, Glasgow)

A First: Kibbutzniks to Pay Personal Income Tax

The Finance Ministry's new rule must still go through the Knesset Finance Committee for approval, and the agricultural lobby is expected to put up a hard fight against the changes.

Airport Union’s Unique Strike Threat: Shabbat Observance

According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.

Rivlin Denies Pardon to Rabbi Pinto

Rivlin adhered to Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's recommendation to deny the plea.

President Rivlin Receives New Ambassadors from India, Chile, Myanmar, Estonia, Lesotho

President Rivlin said, "The Indian and Israeli people have a lot in common, we know how to respect tradition and to be ready to learn and bring innovation to our lives for the benefit of our people and the whole world."

Netanyahu Attacks Arab Father Who Urged Toddler Son to Get Killed [video]

What did this child do to deserve this? The answer is: nothing. He is innocent.

MK Hazan Darling of Israeli Left over Dismissal by Netanyahu in Gaza Inquiry Brawl

The Likud has launched a move to remove MK Hazan from the State Control Committee, because Hazan suggested he was in favor of an inquiry of the 2014 Gaza war

Ex-President, Ex-Judge, Ex-Banker: Three Sinners Seeking Early Parole

Many in Israel's media have suggested the writing is on the wall: Katsav is going home, having served 4 years and 8 months of his 7-year sentence.

Survey Finds Israelis Have Few Delusions about Peace, IDF Brass

Among the Jewish respondents, only 4% strongly believe in peace between Israel and the Palestinians. 16.1% believe it moderately. 35.4% moderately do not believe it. 41.1% do not believe it at all.

Knesset Forms Committee to Investigate Foreign Political Donations

A bipartisan committee has been tasked with investigating political organizations that are funded with money from foreign governments, such as the V15 organization.

Ethics Committee Reprimands MK Zoabi ‘Severely’ over ‘Extreme’ Comments

The Ethics Committee said it had received complaints against Zoabi from nine different lawmakers.

Monday Jeffrey Goldberg Walked Away from the Ha’aretz Cult

Written by Hasia Diner and Marjorie N. Feld, the article included blatantly hostile statements, reminiscent of drivel issued by Neturei Karta and any of the varieties of "American Rabbis for Peace" groups out there.

Palestinian Information Center Uses Ha’aretz Anti-Haredi Cartoon

The Hamas-oriented PIC added its own judgmental note, but didn't need to alter the original visual message. It fit its world view perfectly.

Knesset Passes Law Killing Core Curriculum Requirement

It should be noted that those Haredi schools that rejected the government-imposed of a Core Curriculum did so not necessarily because they object to teaching their students many of the subjects on the list.

Knesset Committee Holding Hearing Tuesday on Plight of Yitzhar Minor

The minor pulled out of his own home, without judicial due process and without seeking expert opinion from a social worker and the Youth Probation Service.

Military Court of Appeals Critical of Administrative Restrictions of Jews without Hearings

More than 50 administrative restriction orders were issued by the GOC of the Central and Home Front Commands over the past year against Jewish youths and not one involved a hearing, in violation of the law.

Temple Institute Crowdfunding to Train Cadre of Qualfied Priests

The curriculum at Nezer HaKodesh will include courses on the Temple service, theory and practice and the role and application of modern technology in the Third Temple.

Netanyahu ‘Not Prepared to Tolerate Racism in our State’

The report on eradicating racism against Israelis of Ethiopian origin is 170 pages long and includes 52 recommendations intended to help correct institutionalized and societal racism.

Israeli Government in Cantankerous Rancor over New Broadcasting Authority

One of the most celebrated quotes from Sunday's debate was from Likud Minister Miri Regev who reportedly cried out: "What's the point in having a corporation if we don't control it?"

Herzog Booed at Labor Party Conference

In the end, the chairman's position was accepted by a hefty majority of 750 to 402 votes, and the primaries in the Labor Party are officially postponed until July 2017.

Former IDF Spokesman: Army Radio Hosted Anti-Disengagement Voices While Israel Radio Blocked Dissenters

Kol Israel was instructed to block access to MKs wishing to speak against the uprooting of some 8,000 Jews from Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip, in 2005.

French PM: It Is Urgent to Reconstruct French Islam, Expel the Threats from Within

"A terrible poison is spreading," the French PM cautions. "Slowly, insidiously, against the background of influences from abroad ... developed against a model of society which contradicts the Republic and its values."

Analysis: Pro-Terrorist PA Senior Compares IDF Actions to ISIS Terrorism

Erekat has raised the flame under his attacks on Israel for its audacious killing of Arab terrorists, looking to link it in the Europeans' minds the horror Arab terrorists are inflicting on their civilian population.

NY Cops Stage Traffic Stop So Jewish Guy Can Propose to Girlfriend [video]

The Post, in its unique fashion, used the story to rehash the NYPD bribery scandal involving accusations against the Shomrim.

Former Georgia Lawmaker Implies Israeli Linked to Nice, Munich Terror

Another public personality from Georgia, this one a former member of Congress, steps forward to fling public anti-Semitism at Israel.

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