Israel Extends Ban on Non-Citizen Entry

After arrival, the traveler must remain in quarantine following arrival, plus undergo a PCR test on Day 3 after arrival, and one on Day 7.

Maccabiah Games in Israel Back on Track, Slated for July

The program provides athletes with the opportunity to tour Israel and engage with Israeli society by participating in cultural events as well.

Weizmann Institute Study: Gut Microbes May Drive Weight Gain after Smoking Cessation

Substances produced by microbes, identified in a study in mice, may help in the development of new anti-obesity treatments.

Israel’s Social Security Agency’s Website Hit by Cyberattack

Israel has been facing a growing number of attacks in the cyber realm in recent months.

TAU-Led International Study Discovers Drug that Treats Symptoms of Autism and Alzheimer’s

The symptoms that were remedied using NAP: slow development, poor communication, brains with a small number of synapses, and low electrical activity.

Meretz Humiliates Shaked: Infiltrators Act Won’t Be Renewed, Expires Tomorrow

"We'll see if Meretz will dare to vote against it and violate coalition discipline," Shaked said, only to be taught a lesson in political Krav Maga by her leftist partners.

3 Arabs Arrested for Theft of Ancient Archaeological Artifacts

Some of the artifacts were from the period of the Bar-Kochba revolt in 130 CE.

Thousands March in Tel Aviv Against ‘Bennett-Abbas’ Govt.

protestors gathered at Habima Square and demanded “the preservation of the Jewish identity of the State of Israel.”

3 EMTs from Different Cities Come Together to Save a Life In Rishon Lezion

"I am proud to be part of an organization that saves the lives of people across the country, no matter who and where.”

2 Years After the War, Azerbaijan Still Grappling with Armenia’s Failure to Submit Accurate...

"It was Armenia who started the conflict. The Azerbaijanis want to make peace, yet this is how they are being repaid.”

Explosives Lab Captured in Jerusalem Haredi Neighborhood

In their interrogation, the two brothers revealed that they intended to sell the explosive device to criminals for thousands of shekels.

Update: Arab Girl Captured after Stabbing Young Mother in Shimon HaTzadik Neighborhood

The 15-year-old terrorist ran into her school to escape after the attack.

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to Visit Israel Next Week

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid warned in September, “Iran is the world’s number one exporter of terror and it threatens us all."

Knesset Gives Initial Approval to Connect Illegal Bedouin-Built Structures to Electricity Grid

MK Smotrich stated that “this is a program that encourages chaos, gives a boost to all construction criminals in the Arab sector."

Knesset Sets in Motion Plans for 400 Autonomous Taxis on Israeli Roads

Israel is one of a few countries around the world to be regulating autonomous vehicles.

Israel’s Above / Underground High-Security Gaza Barrier Finally Complete

Defense Minister Gantz: The barrier "places an ‘iron wall’, sensors and concrete between the terror organization and the residents of the Israel’s south."

Dutch Court Upholds Immunity for IDF Brass in Gaza Civilian Deaths

The Court of Appeals ruled both men were carrying out Israeli governmental policies and thus have "functional immunity."

Taglit-Birthright Founder Michael Steinhardt Banned for Life from Antiquities Trade, Must Return $70 Million...

According to DA Vance, the seized pieces were looted and illegally smuggled out of 11 countries, and trafficked by 12 criminal smuggling networks.

Ben Gvir Pushing to Revert Law of Return to Include Only Halachically-Recognized Jews

According to Ben Gvir, the biggest threat to the Jewish character of Israel is the fact that the legislator has yet to define the word "conversion" in the Law of Return.

Friday the NY Times Attacks ‘Pegasus,’ Monday Israel Tightens Spyware Export Rules

So Pegasus is equal-opportunity spyware and, needless to say, Israel's greatest friend in the world (America) was not amused.

Syrian News Agency Practically Celebrates Israel’s Massive Attack on Iranian Weapons Shipment

It's almost as if someone in Damascus is happy that those pesky Iranians took it on the chin.

Israeli Defense Ministry Tightens Export of Cyber Exports

Israel controls cyber exports in accordance with its legislation, which is based on the Wassenaar Arrangement.

IDF Moves to High Alert at Security Checkpoints in Judea, Samaria

The defense minister ordered a comprehensive investigation, that "the lessons be learned" following a terrorist ramming attack on Monday.

Next Step Taken in Creation of Israel’s Largest-Ever Solar Field

The installation, to cover an area of 750 acres, will be built in the Negev city of Dimona.

IDF Launches ‘Red Granite’ Military Drill

The exercise was planned in advance as part of this year’s IDF training program.

IDF HR Officer: More than 20 ‘Minority’ Soldiers Refused Orders or Went AWOL During...

At the end of the operation, some of them just showed up at their bases and were allowed to resume their regular service.

Man Draws Gun to Prevent Arab Lynching of 2 Jews in Ra’anana

"There are Arabs here with murder in their eyes and the second there's a chance – so why not?"

Following Weekend’s 10 Traffic Fatalities Knesset Forms Road Safety Subcommittee

The subcommittee will promote outside the box ideas in search of creative solutions.


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