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"Everyone knows how deep and dangerous ... plans have been for years to Judaize Jerusalem.”
The Jerusalem municipality has approved two more lines for the city's Light Rail and an extension of the current Red Line.
Connecting the entire city with a Light Rail physically unites the capital and establishes a de facto veto of any idea of dividing it wherever the trains are running.
Lake Kinneret is a little ‘under the weather’ these days, according to Israel's Water Authority.
Tel Aviv has closed a deal to build its Light Rail with a Chinese firm that is doing business with Iran.
By giving the issue to Congress, he evades sole responsibility and makes himself look "principled."
Martin Indyk, the U.S. envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks has attended a negotiating session, the U.S. State Department said. The Israeli and Palestinian negotiating...
Iran had also threatened Israel specifically if it does anything in Syrian territory, but nothing happened when it did.
Netanyahu threw a sugar pill at the Cabinet by proposing a change in the Basic Law for a national referendum before giving Israeli land to the PA. The Cabinet is contemplating swallowing the bitter pill – freeing terrorists.
The 33rd Knesset is off to a flying start. MKs kissed and hugged each other, Haredim walked out, and Arabs called the coalition”racist.” Tomorrow, the Knesset return to more bickering.
United Nations nuclear watchdogs said Thursday that Iran has installed next-generation centrifuges at the Natanz nuclear plant, and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu quickly responded...
Many are saying that this year will be momentous. They say that this will be the year when the decision whether to attack Iran will be made, that this will be a decisive year in the political arena, and that this year will be an unforgettable one – engraved in history.
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly endorsed language that sets a red line for Iran "nuclear capability."
Sharansky told Israel Radio on Sunday that potential immigrants who had finalized their plans to move to Israel have delayed their arrival by several months because they are afraid of an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities and an Iranian response.
"This is a call for rebellion and it undermines the unity of Israeli society and the values of democracy," declared Labor Party Chairperson Shelly Yachimovich.
When this farce began, only a limited rural area near the Gaza Strip was being hit. Each time the range was extended there was talk that a red line had been crossed. But it is now clear that these lines in the sand had no meaning. Today over a million Israelis are in range of the weapons already launched from the Gaza Strip.
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