Gaza Crossings Reopen, Fishing Zone Re-Expands

The moves comes following a 48-hour closure due to the rocket fire from Gaza.

US Rejects Israeli Request to Condition Financial Assistance to Lebanese Armed Forces

U.S. assistant secretary of state for Near East Affairs David Schenker said “we have confidence in the Lebanese army, and we think they are important partners in the fight against Sunni jihadists.”

Red Alert Crisis Helpline for Emotional Stress Launched in Be’er Sheva

It may be helpful to speak with a mental health professional - in English - in order to help restore a sense of calm and stability.

Peeping IDF Drone Confirmed Abu al-Ata’s Identity, Location Ahead of Attack

A drone was seen hovering over Abu al-Ata’s home and those of three other senior PIJ officials about two weeks prior to the attack.

IDF: At Least 3 Enemy Rocket Crews Eliminated by Israeli Strikes

Islamic Jihad vows to continue attacks • Gaza medical officials say 19 killed in strikes so far • Israel assembles forces on Gaza border.

Teen Turns Himself in to NYPD in Connection to Attacks on Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jews

The teen was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated harassment.

Updated: No School on Wednesday

Due to the ongoing rocket attacks by Islamic Jihad, school has been cancelled for the following Israeli cities...

Islamic Jihad Rocket Hits Sderot Factory, Fire Fighters Forced to Take Cover

Firefighters worked to put out the fire before it could cause too much damage.

Survey: 44% of Israelis Are Concentrated in 16 Cities

Jerusalem is Israel's largest city with 919,438 residents.

Record Heat Wave Warms Israelis in November

The unusually long heat wave that blanketed Israel in November 2010 lasted for nearly three weeks.

Canadian Doctors Join Israeli Int’l Emergency Unit to Aid When Disaster Hits

The doctors are now on call and will be deployed with MDA’s international emergency unit in case of a mass medical emergency.

Deputy FM Hotovely: Israel Actively Helping the Kurds

Israel has “a vested interest in maintaining the Kurds’ and other minorities’ power in the northern Syria region as moderate and pro-Western elements who have proven their value many times over the years.

El Al Sells 12 Pratt & Whitney Engines to Foreign Company

The airline recently replaced its Boeing 747-600 and 767-300 model airliners, and is continuing to sell off their parts.

Netanyahu: ‘For the Future of the Middle East and the World’ Israel Will Not...

Iran announced that the country will start production of 5% enriched uranium at the Fordo plant on Wednesday.

United Hatzalah Trains Old-Age Caretakers to Save Lives

Foreign caretakers work with the sick and elderly, which makes their having this knowledge even more useful.

Netanyahus Files Complaint over Death Threats

“Tzvika Sabag” called on the police to “prepare to direct traffic for the funerals of Benjamin, Sarah and Yair Netanyahu.”

Israeli Local Authorities Threaten to Strike Amid Looming Deficit Crisis

Over 150 local authority leaders, who represent nearly 70% of Israeli residents, threatened to strike if NIS 1 billion needed for civil programs is not transferred in the near future.

Report: Saudi Arabia Cuts All Ties with Hamas

The Saudis reportedly made the announcement in a meeting with the United Nations’ Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov.

Terror Attack at Rachel’s Tomb, No Injuries

The bombs exploded in the nearby parking lot, causing damage to two vehicles, but miraculously, there were no injuries.

NYC Health Officials Alert Brooklyn Jewish Community About Parasitic Infection

Symptoms of “crypto” include diarrhea, stomachache and low-grade fever.

IAF Shoots Down Gazan Drone Flying at ‘Irregular Altitude’

The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flying over Gaza at an irregularly high altitude of 12,000 feet.

Searchers Recover Hiker’s Body in Judean Desert near Northern Dead Sea

Three other hikers were also found by the rescuers; they were treated at the scene for mild injuries and then brought out with ropes and stretchers.

IDF Appoints First Female Officer to Head Command’s Intelligence

Major General N. was appointed to head the Central Command’s intelligence division,

Health Ministry Issues Warning on Weight Loss Pills

An analysis of the pills revealed they contain liothyronine, a manufactured form of the thyroid hormone produced by the thyroid gland.

Israel Prevents Illegal Arab Construction from Destroying Second Temple Era Palaces

The destruction of archeological findings is commonplace in Judea and Samaria and is often used as a political tool to deny the historical Jewish presence in the region.

Lebanese Demonstrators Trample Israeli Flags to Prove Patriotism

The Israeli flag on the ground is to "prevent people from saying the demonstration serves foreign interests, or is funded by foreign embassies."

Cyber Tuition Payment Pilot Project Begins in Israel

"This is a significant breakthrough that introduces a new form of payment into the world of higher education."

Lebanese Protesters Plan to Form a Human Chain Across the Country

Lebanese protesters plan to form a human chain across the country

Sabbath Terror on the Roads of Judea and Samaria

Palestinian Authority terrorists continued to target Israelis in Judea and Samaria, throughout the Sabbath with rocks and firebombs.

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