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French City Honors Murderer of Israeli Minister

Al-Rimawi was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

US to Punish Iran with New Sanctions over Missile Tests

The Iranians say they will respond to any "US interventionist action against the Islamic Republic's defense program."

Netanyahu Tells US Jewish Leaders Iran Nears ‘Crossing the Line’

Iran has not yet crossed the line Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu drew last September in the United Nations, but “they’re shortening that time is...

10 Mortar Attacks in Two Days by Gaza Terrorists Betray Hamas Fears of Tunnel...

Gaza terrorists continued to fire mortar rounds at southern Israel for a third day in a row, after IDF soldiers discovered another attack tunnel.

Palestinian Authority Government Incites Arab Women in Media Campaign

PA minister says Arab women in the Palestinian Authority are "unique" - they greet the death of their sons with "cries of joy."

Israel’s Newest Postage Stamp, Inaugurated at United Nations, Honors a King of Persia

There was a time when the ruler of Iran (Persia) actually liked Israel...

Schusterman Philanthropic Network Launches Global Micro-Grants Initiative

The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network (SPN) has launched #MakeItHappen, a new micro-grants initiative that invites individuals to submit ideas for creating Jewish...

Weiner’s ‘Nazi Card’ Might Cost Him the Game

Anthony Weiner has surprise everyone except himself by soaring to the lead in the Democratic primaries, but his use of the “Nazi card” to run down the “stop and frisk” policy may cost him points.

Gaza Hackers take over Israel Fire and Rescue Website

Palestinian cyber-warfare follows hacking of Deputy FM Ayalon's website last week.

Yehuda Glick’s Doctors Cautiously Optimistic

He is not in a coma and may undergo another operation today.

Maryland Congressman Apologizes for Holocaust Reference

A Maryland congressman apologized for referring to the Holocaust as he discussed his opposition to federal involvement in providing student loans.

Survey Finds Israelis Have Few Delusions about Peace, IDF Brass

Among the Jewish respondents, only 4% strongly believe in peace between Israel and the Palestinians. 16.1% believe it moderately. 35.4% moderately do not believe it. 41.1% do not believe it at all.

American-Born Hebron Pioneer Eddie Dribben Dies at 85

Dribben remained dedicated and focused despite the tragedy that struck him and his wife Sara, when their son Dov was murdered by local Arabs in 1998.

Orthodox & Reform Rabbis Condemn Arab Violence against Settlers

Rabbi Lopatin said, “May Hashem give you all strength to continue this age old, noble struggle which God promises us will end in victory.”

No Turkish Delight for Israeli Energy

Turkey is not going to be signing any deals for Israeli natural gas exports any time soon, says Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz.

Massive Rock-Throwing Attacks South of Gush Etzion

Palestinian Authority Arabs hurled rocks at dozens of vehicles Sunday morning on Highway 60 south of Gush Etzion, causing damage to several cars but...

New Ruling Requires Both Mothers Listed on Birth Certificate

Israel approves birth certificates listing both mothers in cases where a family has two mommies.

Family of Hebron Terrorist Vows to Sue Azaria, State & IDF ‘For Millions’

The family of the terrorist stabber killed by IDF Sgt. Azaria demands Israel demolish the soldier's family home as is done to those of Arab murderers.

Ultra-Orthodox Victorious: Lapid’s Child Benefit Cuts Reversed

Lapid' Yesh Atid party made cutting down Haredi dependence on the dole a priority in its election campaign.

Hundreds of Arabs Riot at Gaza Security Fence

Israeli soldiers on patrol at the Gaza security fence shot at a mob of hundreds of rock-throwing Arabs Tuesday, two of whom sustained moderate...

Satellite Images Show Crews Hiding Evidence at Iran Nuclear Site

New satellite images show possible recent nuclear activity at the Parchin facility in Iran as well as attempts to hide evidence of past activity.

Brussels’ Jews Canceled Purim

"We feared additional attacks and contacted the families. To avoid panic, we asked that they take the children one at a time."

Controversy Bubbles Up in SodaStream Bid to Leave Samaria

SodaStream International has announced a deal has been finalized to close its factory in Mishor Adumim and move south.

Jerusalem Grand Mufti Against Jewish Tours of Temple Mount

The Mufti condemned Israeli authorities for sheltering "extremist Jews who profane the sanctity of the Al Aqsa mosque."

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