Likud Begins Coalition Building

Netanyahu said he wants to have a government formed within the next 2 to 3 weeks.

World’s Oldest Jewish Person Dies at 113

The world's oldest Jewish person has died in New York City at age 113, the Star Tribune reports. Evelyn Kozak's granddaughter, Brucha Weisberger, says she...

PA Silent on Condemnation and Complains to UN of Israeli ‘Aggression’

Fatah is as guilty as Hamas for the kidnap-murders because of its incitement for terror.

Israeli Public Bus Attacked in Samaria

Road terrorists targeted a bus heading to the community of Immanuel with a hail of rocks.

New Effort Overnight to Keep 24 Amona Families in their Homes

Amona residents will vote on the new outline pending High Court's postponing the evacuation.

Netanyahu Orders Contact Cut with Palestinian Authority

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has ordered all but one Israeli negotiator to cut contact with their PA counterparts.

Ann Arbor TA Bars ‘Boycott Israel’ bus Ads

In 2011, the American Civil Liberties Union sued the AATA over the bus ad.

Palestinians Vote at the UN

On November 18, Palestine’s UN delegation cast a vote for the first time as a non-member observer state, after the General Assembly had voted...

Canadian Singer Wins International Hallelujah Song Contest

Canadian singer songwriter Evan Malach won an international Hallelujah music competition. Malach, 27, sang the Israeli rock classic “Canaanite Blues” before a live audience in...

Netanyahu Learns from Merkel How to Stay on Schedule

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Tuesday his meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Cabinet was “exceptional” because it was on schedule. Considering Israeli’s...

Stolen 3-Foot Menorah is Returned to Rabbi in Borough Park

A silver menorah stolen from a rabbi’s Brooklyn home was returned. The 3-foot menorah belonging to Rabbi Yehezkel Zion was stolen last week from the family’s Borough Park home.

Ari Fleischer, Norm Coleman, Expose Obama’s Record on Israel, But Leave Too Much Hidden

While Obama's proposed budget decreased funding for Israeli anti-missile systems, it was Congress which, in the end, nearly doubled the funding.

Border Police Launch Undercover Unit to Combat Crime in Arab Sector

Commissioner of Police Yaakov Shabtai decided to establish another undercover unit that will operate against serious crime and terrorism among Arabs with Israeli citizenship.

Too Little, Too Late? US Special Forces Arrive in Iraq

US Special Forces arrived today in Iraq to assist the military in fighting Sunni Muslim ISIL terrorists who have overrun the country.

Despite Covid, 17% Increase in Number of Jews Visiting Temple Mount

Some reports say that the police have been working to remove Muslim instigators from the site, and have been working to ban soccer games played by Muslim children at the holiest site to Judaism.

Gaza Belt Communities Fear Lack of Security, IDF Pullout

Residents of Gaza Belt communities were furious and worried on the first day of school to find no one at the guard posts.

Rare 1,200-Year-Old Gold Coin Discovered in Lower Galilee

Archaeologists are excited about the discovery of a rare gold coin in the Lower Galilee.

Iranians with Stolen Israeli Passports Plead Guilty

The two were traveling on stolen Israeli passports, and had changed the photos to their own.

Fierce Clashes between Rebels and Hizbullah at Lebanese Border

Fierce clashes have broken out between Hizbullah’s terrorist army and Syrian rebels, increasing the threat that the civil war will spread as far south...

Jewish Boy Does Good: Producer Jeffrey Katzenberg Honored For Philanthropy

Jewish Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg was honored for his philanthropic work on Saturday, receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

With Haredim Out of Govt. Summer Clock Will Be Stretched

Traditionally, a religious Interior minister decided in favor of the religious, but now things have changed.

Arabs Ignoring High Court Ruling, Dumping Artifacts off Temple Mount

The Waqf, a Jordanian Muslim religious body entrusted with the management of the Temple Mount, has been renovating the site for years.

Cyber Attacks Good News for Israel Hi-Tech Firm

If indeed “It's an ill wind that blows no good,” cyber warfare is a gust of money for the Israel Radware company, which produces...

Jewish Agency Extends Chairperson-Selection Process

The process will be continued “until a suitable candidate is found,” says the Agency, after none of the current candidates was able to secure enough votes for nomination.

El Al Flight Makes Unscheduled Stop to Offload Violent Passenger

The flight stopped in Madrid, Spain, where the passenger was removed from the plane.

AG Weinstein: We’ll Act Against Anyone Attacking a Neutralized Terrorist

The damage being inflicted on the terrorist is comparable to the damage the terrorist was about to cause.

Young Jewish Child Hit by Terrorist Gunfire in Beit El

IDF soldiers and other security personnel are searching for the terrorists.

Weiner to Battle for New York City’s ‘Independence’ from Albany

New York City’s surprise leading mayoral contender Anthony Weiner pounced on Independence Day to campaign for the city to shake off what he considers...

Inspired by Jewish Friend, Iranian Immigrant Raises Nearly $1M Online for Tree of Life...

As of Monday afternoon, the 29-year-old graduate student’s certified 'GoFundMe' campaign had raised $639,281 out of a $1 million goal. In less than 48 hours, more than 11,000 donations had poured in.

IDF Demolishes Home of Rabbi Mickey Mark’s Murderer

The demolition operation was conducted in line with the Israeli government’s recently reinvigorated terrorism deterrence policy.

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