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"We intend to continue to do all that's required to defend the citizens of Israel," Pres. Rivlin told the German foreign minister.
The move comes in the wake of a rash of intrusions and attempts to infiltrate the grounds over the past several weeks.
Haifa Chemicals workers are worried about losing their jobs on the eve of the Passover holiday.
"We urge U.S. citizens in London to contact family members and loved ones to notify them that you are safe."
Some 15,000 travelers on the 'night flights' managed to depart from Ben Gurion International Airport on time.
In his defense, the minister offered a list of clarifications regarding his own pubic condemnation of the driver as terrorist.
“It’s ironic that no matter how many times he talks about this, that it’s never good enough," Press Secretary Spicer said.
Keith Kellogg, who served as interim NSA, will return to his job as chief of staff on the National Security Council.
Belfast police still have no suspects and no arrests made after 13 Jewish graves were vandalized last August.
President Trump underscored his friendship with PM Netanyahu, and his support for Israel.
"Our deeply rooted ties reflect our shared values, strategic interests, and dynamic economic and trade relationship."
The prime minister spoke of an "historic opportunity" to advance peace together with Arab nations in the region.
Israel is not part of the US; it is neither a state nor a "commonwealth." It's up to our own government led by Netanyahu. If he is clear world opinion doesn't matter, most opposition will fade away.
'Unfortunately, because of the fast pace of events, I inadvertently briefed the Vice President Elect and others with incomplete information regarding my phone calls with the Russian Ambassador.'
Stationing foreign peacekeeping troops on Israel's border would cripple Israel's defense capabilities, requiring Israel to seek approval in preempting/countering belligerence, straining US-Israel ties
IDF soldiers are out every night hunting homemade weapons "factories" and terrorist cells in Judea, Samaria and Binyamin.
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.