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JewishPress.com is blogging the efforts of Israel's firefighters and security personnel battling pyroterrorists.
Minister Erdan told MK Yehuda Glick, "I think your victory, Yehuda, against those decrepit terrorists, is first of all the fact that more Jews are ascending the Temple Mount."
In 2015, the Israeli cyber sector reached $4 billion in total sales, representing 5% of that year's global sales in this sector.
Buses as well as civilian and military vehicles are targets for Arab terrorists in Judea, Samaria and Binyamin.
Ben Gurion International Airport is streamlining its check-in and departure procedures with digital media.
The FBI threw a curve ball to the Clinton camp on Friday, announcing it would reopen the email probe.
“On Sukkot, we will go up to Jerusalem; say yes to the Western Wall, no to UNESCO’s decision!” wrote Deri.
Arab terrorists tried -- but failed -- to kill Israeli and foreign motorists out celebrating the first intermediate day of Sukkot.
Six members of a Hezbollah terrorist cell were discovered smuggling drugs and arms, and operating in northern Israel.
On the eve of the Jewish new year, a man shoots and critically wounds a security guard at a famed Moscow synagogue.
US President Barack Obama ordered all American flags flown at half-staff worldwide on the day Israel's ninth president, Shimon Peres, is laid to rest.
The Peres funeral is closed to the public due to the attendance of PA leader Mahmoud Abbas.
Thousands of police are being deployed in Jerusalem as tens of thousands arrive for the funeral of former president Shimon Peres.
Israel's international Mossad intelligence agency also says it is mourning the death of former President Shimon Peres.
More than 100 Jewish institutions were briefed on security in a pre-holiday conference call by the US Dept. of Homeland Security and Jewish Federation.
In advance of the upcoming Jewish high holy days, Israel is preparing for the good and all else, by tightening security at night and by day.
Netanyahu ordered Knesset Speaker Edelstein to continue to prevent MKs and ministers from going up to the Temple Mount during this sensitive period, such sensitive period being defined as "always."
The suspect was taken for questioning.
The new MOU will be signed in a ceremony at the Department of State in Washington on Wednesday, at 2 PM local time.
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