President Rivlin, Nurses, Honor International Nurses Day

"Israel’s nurses are the most important asset in ensuring the public health system is stable and strong."

Netanyahu May Settle for Minority Government over Conflict between Liberman, the Haredim

It means that at any point Liberman could join the rest of the opposition in toppling the Likud government.

With Attorneys’ Fee Settled, Netanyahu Pre-Indictment Hearing Coming Soon

Netanyahu's spokesman, Ofer Golan, announced that the prime minister would pay his own fees.

Rightwing Union: Netanyahu Suspiciously Split on Sovereignty Vs. Disengagement

Clearly, Netanyahu is not willing to give up the option of evicting Jewish settlers from their homes in Judea and Samaria, especially those living in the remote outposts.

Steinitz: ‘Iran Could Fire Missiles at Israel’ in Conflict with US

“The American sanctions are breaking the neck of the Iranian economy, and a new and stronger wave is still to come.”

Site Picked Out for Trump’s Town on Golan Heights

Netanyahu: "We have already selected a site on the Golan Heights where this new community will be established, and we have started the process."

Duma Arson-Murder Case: Shin Bet’s Tortured Minor Victim Absolved of Murder

On the week following the arson in Duma, President Reuven Rivlin took a firm position against the arsonists, declaring: “My people have chosen terror.” He did so without an ounce of proof and should apologize.

Rightwing Union Leader: Coalition Negotiations Stuck over Justice Portfolio

"We lay down on the barbed wire fence on behalf of the right wing."

Hamas Aggression Rewarded As Border Crossings Reopen

Israel is complying and the situation in Gaza is returning this morning to the routine of the days before the sudden attack a week ago Saturday.

Indulging Netanyahu, High Court Postpones Khan al-Ahmar Squatters’ Eviction Yet Again

Whomever controls Khan al-Ahmar controls the future of a Palestinian State, since the illegal outpost is located smack in the narrowest part of Judea and Samaria.

Israeli Arab Lawmakers Lead ‘Nakba” Demonstration Opposing Existence of State

Much of the Arab sector is still taught to use the term “Nakba” – in Arabic, the “catastrophe” – for the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948.

President Rivlin Awards 120 Outstanding Soldiers on Israel’s 71st Independence Day

The morning began with a flyover in honor of the outstanding soldiers, who represent all branches of the IDF.

Philadelphia Probes ‘Disturbing’ Event Where Children Sang in Arabic About Beheading

“With my blood, I crossed the border to Palestine of the free . . . I emerge from the gates of the Al Aqsa Mosque."

In Memorial Day Ceremony, Netanyahu Vows to Deny Iran a Nuclear Weapon

"We will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons, and we will deepen our roots even further in our homeland, as our forefathers did," Netanyahu vowed.

PM Netanyahu, President Rivlin, Mourn the IDF Fallen

The "Songs in their Memory" event, which included reading aloud poems and letters written by fallen soldiers, screening of memorial films and songs of remembrance.

Could Caroline Glick Be Israel’s Next UN Ambassador?

"Nothing is more vindicating than what I wrote in 2013 being adopted in 2019 by the leaders of Israel and the United States."

Israel Marks Remembrance Day at Jerusalem’s Western Wall

The number of fallen IDF soldiers stands at 23,741 since the birth of the state. Some 3,150 civilians have lost their lives in terror attacks.

Netanyahu: IDF Willingness to Sacrifice is our Guarantee of Existence

"We know that our willingness to make sacrifices is the thing that guarantees our survival."

Gaza Border Parents of Traumatized Children Ask Culture Minister to Skip Memorial Day Sirens

"The children have not yet recovered from the trauma of the past few days, and the sirens are very stressful to them and raise their anxiety level."

Gantz, Lapid, Labor, Call Bibi’s Ceasefire Another Surrender to Hamas Extortion

Rubbing Netanyahu's face in it, Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh warned: "Finally, if the Israeli occupation does not implement the ceasefire understandings, the battlefield will witness more escalation."

Eurovision Event Cancelled Saturday Night for Security Reasons

The event was going to feature singers who had previously represented Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest, including Dana International, Ilanit and Yizhar Cohen.

Netanyahu Invites Congo’s President to Israel

The two leaders discussed ways to deepen relations and advance bilateral cooperation during the conversation.

IsraAID Team in Mozambique Since March, Gears Up for More Work After Cyclone Kenneth’s...

IsraAID's water, sanitation & hygiene, protection, and medical programs have directly reached more than 9,500 people.

Netanyahu Supports Edelstein for Third Term as Knesset Speaker

The appointment must still be approved by the Knesset, and traditionally the vote is unanimous.

Danon: ‘This is the Time for Determined War’ Against Anti-Semitism

"The words, the demonstrators and the cartoons turn into shootings against worshipers in synagogues. This is the time for action."

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