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New Bill Offers Tax Deduction to Minority Towns Whose Sons Serve in the IDF

"Israel is and will remain a Jewish state, but we cannot forget the minorities who have tied their fates to the state's."

President Rivlin Tours Gaza Border Communities, Praises IDF Operational Power

President Rivlin pointed that “two of our sons remained behind after the war which took place two years ago. The State of Israel has a moral responsibility to bring back Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul.”

High Court Greenlights Demolition of 3 Illegal Structures in Arab Landgrabbed Susya

Parallel to the decision to demolish the three Arab structures, the High Court issued a partial interim injunction preventing the demolition of five additional structures, until a decision is reached regarding the evacuation of the entire outpost.

Arab Website Calls Israeli Hostages ‘Soldiers’

Hamas brainwashes Arabs with lies, making it impossible for the release of the civilians.

Pres. Rivlin Urges Israeli Arabs to Enlist for National Service

Pres. Reuven Rivlin called on Israeli Arab families to allow their teens to volunteer for National Service.

Bedouin Price Tag: Retaliation Arson of Kibbutz Barn

Sources inside the kibbutz estimate that the arson was a "price tag" punishment to the nearest Jewish enclave, as Bedouin revenge against law enforcement.

Syrian Refugee Speaks in Jerusalem, Describes Life Across Israel’s Northern Border

Syrian activist refugees are starting to speak out and share their experiences with the rest of the world -- particularly with their Israeli neighbors.

Regavim Releases Policy Paper with Solution to Bedouin Negev Housing Crisis

The comprehensive document is part of organization's new campaign to end Negev lawlessness, and offer solutions to bring the Bedouin community into the fold of Israeli society.

Amnesty Intl Charges ‘Palestinian Armed Groups’ With War Crimes

in a new report, Amnesty International charges "Gaza armed groups' with war crimes in last summer's Operation Protective Edge.

How Did Cop Ramming Bedouin Squatter Get Beautiful New Jeep?

The average poor Bedouin squatter ends up taking home $72,716.4 annually tax-free -- he can certainly afford a fancy, late-model Toyota jeep.

Hundreds of Thousands of Shekels Seized in Terrorist Financing Raid

A search revealed more than NIS 500,000 in cash in the suspect’s car during an arrest at the Meitar Crossing, near Be'er Sheva.

Cows Involved in Road Accident Apprehended near Be’er Sheva

The herd owner is expected to be picked up for questioning.

Tourism Ministry Cites Rise in Tourist Entries in January, Increase in Turkish Presence at...

Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.

Israeli Arab Anger May Be Strictly a Muslim Thing

A sober examination of the data shows significant gaps between Muslim Arabs and other non-Jewish populations in Israel, in favor of the latter.

Shin Bet Foils ISIS Terror Cell in Negev Bedouin Town

The Shin Bet arrested six Negev Bedouin as budding members of a new ISIS terror cell.

Third Israeli With Mental Health Issues ‘Walks Into Gaza’

The third Israeli in less than a year has climbed the security fence and walked into Gaza without authorization.

Construction of New Negev, Galilee Communities Approved

Ir Ovot is being specifically designed to serve the Bedouin population.

Residents of Unauthorised Negev Village Agree to Move to Permanent City

"When we (realized we were) out of options, we went for a deal that would be good for our next generation.”

Bedouin Attack Jewish Shepherd in Benjamin

The Bedouin hurled stones at the shepherd, who called the village security commander and other residents for help.

Palestinian Authority Unveils TV ‘Fifth Column’ Weapon against Israel

The Ramallah regime is aiming its "one state of Palestine" campaign to Arabs who are card-carrying Israeli citizens.

Hebron 14-Year-Old Girl Escapes from Father Who Sold Her to Israeli Bedouin

"She's a brave girl," a relative said. "She's been through many things in life and seen more than she should have seen. It's time for her to have an easy life."

IDF Steps Up Bedouin Recruitment Efforts

The number of Bedouins volunteering for IDF service currently stands at around 450 per year.

EU, Gulf States, Building Arab City in Israel’s Area C

"This is a scandal that requires Israel's comptrollers to conduct a deep inspection of the issues."
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Family of Israeli in Hamas Captivity Sent Pleading Video

Physicians for Human Rights–Israel (PHR) on Wednesday revealed that at the end of 2016, at the request of Avera Mengistu's family and on its...

PM Netanyahu Extends Eid al-Adha Greetings to Muslim, Druze Faithful

PM Netanyahu extends holiday greetings to the Muslim and Druze citizens of Israel on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice.

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