Red Alert Activates in Gaza Belt Communities

About half a dozen southern Israeli communities were affected along the border of Gaza.

Israel Reduces Real Estate Purchase Tax

The previous finance minister increased the purchase tax to discourage investors from buying Israeli real estate. It worked.

Poll: 64 Percent of Israelis Approve US Leadership, the Rest of the World Much...

Israel was in third place among 135 nations, giving US leadership a high approval rating.

MK Naftali Bennett: No Guarantee of Support for Netanyahu’s Likud in Event of New...

Railing against the Israeli prime minister’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, the head of the right-wing Yamina Party called the current government “one of the worst” in the country’s history.

Ismail Haniyeh Says Hamas Would Rather ‘Fight Than Switch’

The $15 billion offer was made as part of the Trump Middle East ‘Prosperity to Peace’ Plan released this past January.

Fatah Members Quit After Local Secretary Shot by PA Security Forces

Dweikat's family: "“We want those who shot him to be brought here before us. We either kill them or get killed."

Arab Gun Snatcher Arrested in Gush Etzion

The Arab suspect attempted to steal the gun from the policeman.

Israeli Cabinet Approve $1.9 Billion COVID-19 Stimulus Plan, Goes to Knesset Next

“We will continue to move the wheels of the economy in order to put people back to work,” says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Teen Shot with Bullet Near Kotel

The young man stepped out onto the roof-porch after hearing fireworks (and gunfire).

Iranian Govt Denies Explosion at IRGC Missile Base – Claims ‘Power Line Short Circuit...

The Tehran Fire and Police departments both said there was no "explosion" of any kind, and the "fire" resulted from a power line short circuit.

Saudi, Kuwaiti Rulers Undergo Surgery

US President Trump spoke with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman about the king's health, "regional and international developments."

NGO-Monitor Exposes Pics of Dutch Diplomats with PFLP Terrorists on Staff

NGO Monitor: “We applaud the Dutch statement and await serious sanctions, the return of the $20 million paid to the NGO and safeguards to prevent future misuse of such funds."

NY Jewish Schools Join First Global Network of Israel Educators

Schools participating in the 2020/2021 program include Magen David Yeshiva, Yeshiva of Flatbush, SAR Academy, The Ramaz School and Schechter Manhattan.

MK Nir Barkat Suggests ‘Turbo Retraining’ to Fight Spiking Unemployment

Barkat thinks the plan could bring 100,000 workers back to the job market within two years.

Iran Announces Execution of ‘Spy’ for CIA, Mossad

The Iranian judiciary said that the man gave the U.S. and Israel information on the movements of IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, killed in January by an American drone.

IDF Arrests 2 Terrorists, Shoots 3rd Terrorist

A riot broke out as IDF forces exited the area, during which terrorists threw explosive charges and rocks at the soldiers, who responded by firing and wounding one of the terrorists who threw an explosive device.

IDF Downs Lebanese Drone

Every few months a drone is flown into Israel from Lebanon.

Israir Employees Grounded Till Next Year

The airline will lay off more than half of its employees – 245 of its 420-strong work force – until the end of February 2021.

WATCH: Israeli Forces Arrest Terrorists Hours After Failed Attack on Beit El

The terrorists threw a bomb and fired from a passing vehicle at Beit El.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Cancer is Back, No Plans to Retire

“I have often said I would remain a member of the court as long as I can do the job full-steam. I remain fully able to do that.”

US State Department Will Amend Inaccurate Report on Terror Attacks Against Israelis

According to the IDF and Shin Bet, between 1,300 and 1,400 such attacks took place in 2019, the original US report said only 101 took place.

American Airlines to Revive Flights Between New York and Tel Aviv

The new nonstop flight is part of the first long-haul international flights that American has launched from New York in more than four years.

US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released from Hospital

"She is home and doing well," said spokesperson Kathleen Arberg.

IDF Captures Terror Cell Just Before Attack

The four terrorists were caught with two firebombs and an improvised explosive device and are suspected to have been on their way to an attack.

Missouri Enacts Anti-BDS Law, Joining 31 Other States

The legislation prohibits the state and its political subdivisions from entering into contracts worth more than $100,000 with companies with 10 or more employees that engage in BDS.

Bezeq Gets Green Light from Communications Ministry to Upgrade Internet Speed

“This reality sharpens the need for a high quality and stable Internet infrastructure capable of delivery high browsing speeds.”

Jerusalem Police Arrest 38 Arabs for Massive Fireworks Launch

At least 15 Arabs were injured from fireworks and gunfire on Saturday.


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