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Report: Tel Aviv Becoming R&D Mecca for Corporate Giants

Visa, Barclays, Amazon, Renault and Bosch have joined more than 70 international R&D centers in Tel Aviv, a city where one out of every 10 jobs is in the high-tech sector.

Court Sends 5 Relatives to Prison for Failing to Stop Neveh Tzuf Murderer

The five indictments were filed after the Military Advocate General's Office had determined that they had read Al-Abed's Facebook post a few hours before the attack.

Australian ABC Doubling Down on ‘Wipe Israel off Map’ Shenanigans

On Sunday, instead of issuing an apology for what had been, at best, a blunder, and at worst a call to annihilate a country friendly to Australia, ABC actually hit back, saying Facebook user's accusations were incorrect and offensive.

17-Yr-Old Stabber Posts ‘Martyr Vow’ on Facebook Before Attack on Israeli Police Officer

The teen terrorist may have been inspired from the countless “how to” videos posted by radical Islamic clerics in the PA.

IDF Soldiers Report Hamas Trying to ‘Friend’ Israelis on Facebook, Again

“Last week I approved three requests by female ‘friends’ that looked really good. . . "

Israeli Killed in Dispute over Blocked Parking in Brooklyn

Omri Dahan, 23, a former IDF soldier, arrived at his home on East 73rd Street near Avenue M in Brooklyn around 11:30 PM Monday, only to discover that a car was blocking his driveway, according to the NYPD.

Police Bar Families of Umm al-Fahm Cop Killers from Temple Mount

The three Israeli Arab cop killers were killed as they were attempting the flee the scene.

Shechem Arab Confesses to Murdering Pregnant Jewish Girlfriend

During his court appearance on Wednesday, Harouf declared that he had murdered his girlfriend Halimi in order to secure the release of terrorist prisoners. He did not offer specifics.

Forget the Civil War, in Israel We Reenact the 1187 Battle of Karnei Hittin

Karnei Hittin marked the final, decisive defeat of the European invaders of the Land of Israel.

Israeli Justice Minister Praises German Law Punishing Social Networks for Hate Speech

'In effect, our sovereignty is being violated,' Shaked stressed. 'The ability of the state to maintain its internal security is undermined by the manner in which the characteristics of cyberspace are exploited negatively by the instigators and supporters of terrorism.'

PA to Jerusalem School Kids: Stay Home, Throw Stones in Solidarity with Terrorists

'The schools are open and the teachers are there, but there are no students and if any arrive, they are sent home.'

Trump Publishes A Proper Map of Israel

Trump showed moral clarity with his new post.

Facebook Bans JewishPress.com Blogger Ari Fuld

JewishPress.com blogger Ari Fuld was banned from Facebook for pointing out that radical Islamic terrorists kill Jews.

Ukrainian Intelligence Officer: ‘Go To Hell, Kikes’

"I’m telling you one more time - go to hell, zhidi [kikes], the Ukrainian people have had it to here with you," the post said.

Peace Tour NGO Didn’t Expect PA Arab Participant Would Stab 4 in Tel Aviv

The stabber was finally stopped and neutralized by the gallery owner's husband.

71,000 Celebrate Friendly Musical Chairs on Bus of Peace

There was also Josh Mazza, who pointed out without the benefit of anything but prejudice that 'neither of those women are allowed to be educated or show their hair.'

When your Car Breaks Down in Omsk, Take It to ‘Zhyd’ Garage

'If this name is a mistake and it was picked out of ignorance, then it needs to be corrected,' declared a SuperOmsk editorial by Stepan Bonkovsky, a Deputy of the Regional Legislative Assembly.

Nazi Graffiti Smeared on Northern Virginia JCC on Seder Night

The hateful graffiti was smeared on the JCC's exterior near the end of the traditional Passover seder in many local Jewish homes.

Israel Preparing for Passover ISIS Attack in Sinai

Some Israelis were trying to find alternative routs to reach the Sinai beaches, possibly via Jordan.

Surfers Who Threatened MK Tibi ‘You Will Soon Die’ Acquitted: ‘Just Wishful Thinking’

The judge ruled the threats were "wishful thinking which the accused left for the Holy One Blessed Be His name to carry out as best He can."

Hikind Denounces New York School Holocaust Justification Homework

'This despicable 'Final Solution' assignment demands far more than an apology. This is a stab in the back to Holocaust survivors.'

Russian Diplomats Offer April Fools’ Day Prank

According to AP, a ministry duty officer who maintained his or her anonymity, confirmed that it was an 'official joke.'

WJC: More than 1,000 Anti-Semitic Social Media Posts Every Day

'We knew that anti-Semitism online was on the rise, but the numbers revealed in this report give us concrete data as to how alarming the situation really is.'

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