Israel Mulls Shorter Week for Kindergarten Students

There are at least 117 kindergartens which still lack teachers as the country moves towards the start of the school year on September 1.

Israel, Turkey Restore ‘Full Diplomatic Relations’

No timeline has been announced for the return of Israel's ambassador to Turkey, or Turkey's ambassador to Israel. Details of a mutual aviation agreement also have yet to be finalized.

Netanyahu Warns UTJ Split Threatens his Future Government

Tough times for the old leader for whom this will probably be his last great battle.

Israel’s Apartment Prices – Highest Jump in a Decade

Significant price increases were reported for fresh fruit, transportation and housing.

Israel Suspends High School Trips to Nazi Camps in Poland

"Despite the many and intensive efforts of the ministries to reach agreements with representatives of the Polish government, this was not successful."

Mazuz to Head Committee for Senior Appointments

The government cabinet approved the appointment Sunday at its weekly meeting in Jerusalem.

Govt Proposes ‘Immediate Assistance’ for Gaza Area Communities

"Various needs arose in the field during the operation. The fact the operation is over does not mean that these needs no longer exist."

Eisenkot, Kahana, Join Gantz & Sa’ar, May Clip Lapid’s Mandates

Meretz chairman wannabe Yair Golan, who served as Eiskot’s deputy, the former Chief of Staff's views are closer to Meretz than to Gideon Sa’ar.

Report: Israel Rejected Lebanon’s Proposal on Mediterranean Natural Gas Field

US envoy Amos Hochstein spent 3 days in Tel Aviv to discuss the demarcation but faced a decline in Israeli Interest.

Edelstein’s Ultimatum: Make Me a Minister or I’m Out

The leak was a shot across the bow, warning Netanyahu that Edelstein could hurt him as did Sa'ar and Elkin.

After Herzog Softened Putin on the Jewish Agency, Lapid Will Call to Negotiate the...

Netanyahu cut the deal for the Alexander yard with Putin following the arrest of a grotesquely unfortunate Israeli passenger with 9.5 grams of hashish on her person.

Israeli Government Forces Destroy Ramat Migron Outpost

At least 50 families live in relocated Migron, located near the community of Psagot, home to the renowned Psagot winery.

Non-Israelis to be Barred from Studying Medicine in Israel

The move is part of an effort to curb the incidence of Israelis traveling abroad to become doctors due to difficulties getting accepted into local programs.

Labor Voters Dump Internal Security Minister Barlev, Diaspora Minister Shai

On Wednesday, the Likud party is having its primaries, stay tuned.

Putin Reiterates to Herzog His ‘Personal Commitment to Fight Against Antisemitism’

Herzog seized the opportunity during the call to elaborate on the issue of the activities of the Jewish Agency in Russia.

Jerusalem Clarifies: We Gave Nothing to the Islamic Jihad

While the Islamic Jihad achieved nothing, the IDF emphasized its satisfaction with meeting the objectives of the operation – causing significant damage to the Islamic Jihad’s chain of command.

Ceasefire Begins On Time, With Heavy Rocket Fire to the Last Moment

"If the ceasefire is violated, the State of Israel maintains the right to respond strongly. We will not allow any disruption to the lives of the citizens of the State of Israel."

Lapid: Goals Achieved, No Point in Continuing Operation; Rocket Fire Continues Past Ceasefire Deadline

A ceasefire agreement was reportedly set to take place at 8 pm local time, but there was no PIJ confirmation and the terror group kept firing rockets at Israeli civilians.

Third Time’s a Charm? Palestinian Islamic Jihad Says Ceasefire to Start 11:30 PM

Israel has rejected PIJ's demands to release Bassam al-Saadi, the group's commander in Jenin, taken into custody last week.

Israel Confirms Comprehensive Ceasefire Negotiations via Egypt

Israel Police sources say current intelligence indicates that riots are not expected to break out in Israel’s mixed cities.

Full Text of Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s Comments on Gaza Military Operation

“Our fight is not with the people of Gaza. Islamic Jihad is an Iranian proxy that wants to destroy the State of Israel and kill innocent Israelis. The head of Islamic Jihad is in Tehran as we speak.”

Lapid, Gaza Envelope Leaders Discuss Aid to Region Under Rocketfire

On Saturday evening, the prime minister met with top security and defense brass for a situation assessment at the IDF's Kirya headquarters in Tel Aviv.

Israel Mulls Next Step as Tensions Continue, Gaza Envelope Residents Held Hostage by Safety...

“There is a concrete threat of attempted sniping at civilians or soldiers. This has forced us to take cover. Where there is no choice, human life comes first."

Israelis in Gaza Border Communities Forced to Remain at Home

The IDF also issued a limited call-up of some 100 reservists and a one-off recruitment of special forces to help secure the Gaza border area.

US Energy Envoy Makes Unannounced Stop in Israel After Talks in Lebanon

Hochstein reportedly met with Prime Minister Yair Lapid and other top officials to discuss the dispute on the location of Israel’s offshore Karish natural gas field.

Israel Opens Ramon Airport to Palestinian Authority Travelers

Booking will be carried out by Palestinian Authority tour operators.

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