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Israeli Terror Victims Oppose Releasing Terrorists for Negotiations

Most Israeli terror victims oppose releasing convicted Palestinian terrorists, viewing it as a fruitless attempt to save lives.

Israeli Organization Empowers Arab and Druze Women

Haifa’s Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center promotes peace and the human rights of women.

Keep Jerusalem United!

A Jewish withdrawal from East Jerusalem would make the situation in Sderot look like paradise.

An Epic Ethiopian Aliyah Story

As bad as the situation was in Ethiopia, Asher said that the situation got even worse when the Ethiopian Jews arrived in Sudan.

Opinion: Jordan Should Welcome Palestinian Refugees

Grant Jordanian citizenship and basic human rights to Jordan’s Palestinian majority.

Goal of the BDS Movement: Delegitimize Israel

The Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement’s real goal is to delegitimize Israel through slander and attacks on its cultural, economic, and academic relations.

Are the Mass Protests in Egypt Good for Israel?

Under Morsi’s leadership, minority rights for Jews and Christians within Egypt have plummeted.

What Matters Most Is Egypt Maintain Peace with Israel

Dr. Mordechai Kedar: I’m not expecting hugs and kisses. All we need is that the peace agreement will be kept and implemented.

Israel to Contribute to EU’s New Galileo Satellite System

A joint venture between the European Space Agency and the EU Commission, Galileo will be a worldwide network of 30 satellites

Monitoring Professors Who Hate and Attack their Country

The Israel Academia Monitor organization hosted a conference in Tel Aviv to raise awareness about anti-Israel professors who contribute to the delegitimization of Israel.

Ben-Gurion University Trains Jordanian Emergency Responders

Ben Gurion University recently graduated its first class of both Jordanian and Israeli students who completed studies for BA degrees in emergency medicine.

Israeli Women’s Karate Champion Fights for Coexistence

Israel’s champion in women’s karate is an Israeli Christian who is proud to fight for Israel at international sporting competitions.

Iranian Election Results Good for Israel?

Iranians voted for Hassan Rouhani because they believe that the internal human rights situation will improve under a non-hardliner.

Learning Peace Through Soccer

According to Sivan Hendel of the Peres Center for Peace, 'Sports is an international language.'

EU Official Sends Profanity-Laced Messages to UWI Rabbi

A European Commission official sent profane messages to a United With Israel rabbi.

Female IDF Officer Upgrades Diet & Exercise

IDF Lieutenant Colonel Shirly Subul is a woman on a mission and has built a career out of transforming the physical fitness of IDF soldiers.

Faces of Israel: Mazal Elijah, Immigrant from Iraq

If an Arab barged into your home and demanded to marry your daughter, it was impossible to refuse him.

Garin Tzabar: Helping Lone Soldiers Feel At Home In Israel

Israel’s Garin Tzabar program, supporting ‘lone soldiers’ with no family in Israel, recently welcomed close to 360 young women and men from around the world into its care.

Faces of Israel: Yariv Vizner, Founder of ‘Little Heroes’

Little Heroes or 'Giborim Ktanim' pairs ordinary Israelis with mentally challenged children with the goal of helping such children to better fit into Israeli society.

The Main Obstacle to Peace

“A Palestinian refugee never moves out of his camp except to return home.”

The Jews’ Fate in Post-Morsi Egypt

For Egypt’s tiny Jewish community, improvements remain scarce since Morsi's demise.

Chinese-Israeli Cultural Relations Blossoming

Increased economic ties between Israel and China usher in cultural exchange.

Experts Warn: Major Earthquake Could Hit Israel Any Time

After four earthquakes shake Israel in one week, experts debate whether the big one is imminent.

Young, Hidden Polish Jews Discover Heritage in Israel

While most surviving Jews left Poland after a brief return to search for relatives, some remained.

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