Israel Closes Gaza Crossing But Allows Humanitarian Aid to Continue

"The current situation does not allow the residents of southern Israel to maintain their daily routine."

Northern Israeli Apartment Buildings Evacuated After Earthquakes

Israel is overdue for "the big one" -- a major earthquake is expected in the region about every 80 to 100 years.

Netanyahu to Meet Putin After Attack on T-4 Base in Syria

"We will not tolerate the establishment of a military presence by Iran and its proxies anywhere in Syria -- not close to the border and far away from it."

Minister Uri Ariel Enters Temple Mount, First After 3 Year Ban

"The Temple Mount must be open for Jewish prayer all year long, including for public figures," he said.

Former Chief Rabbi: Poles ‘Shot Selves in Foot’ with Holocaust Law

“The thousands of Righteous Gentiles were not the rule. They were the exception that proved the rule.”

Israeli Tech Used to Maintain Contact with Thai Soccer Team

Software engineer Yuval Zalmanov set out from Israel with 17 Maxtech radio units and trained emergency crews in using the technology.

Kahlon Attacks Netanyahu: ‘You’ll Be Prime Minister Another 20 Years and Still Do Nothing’

"You are a philosopher, you only know how to talk and leave the doing to the rest of us," Kahlon told Netanyahu bitterly.

Israel to Expand Personal Gun Licensing Criteria to Include More Citizens

Some 40,000 people are expected to apply under the expanded eligibility rules.

Bank of Israel Governor Won’t Run for Next Term over Finance Minister’s Shenanigans

Flug accuses the Finance Minister of sheer populism: Mechir Lemishtaken costs the public coffers billions of dollars and creates harmful distortions to both the subsidized and free housing market.

Europeans Warn Israel: Don’t Move Bedouin from Illegal Shantytown to Modern Village

The Europeans are warning Israel against the destruction of the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar, where, as of 2018, there are 173 Bedouin residents,...

Poles Swindled Netanyahu, Bennett: PM Signed on to Shameful Lies

An almost giddy Polish official was firm on the joint statement – the freewheeling Polish translation of which was published in that country's media.

42 Years Since IDF Rescued Jews in Operation Entebbe

"Yoni" Netanyahu was the only member of the IDF who was killed during the counter-terrorist operation.

Trump: North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Sees ‘Different Future’

There have been reports in the past week that North Korea has been continuing to expand its ballistic missile technology program.

Scientist Warns Ongoing Fires Threaten Long-term Health of Gaza Belt Ecology

"If the current situation continues ... it could cause a permanent change in the landscape. That means very extensive ecological damage."

Iron Dome Tests Positive on Latest Anti-Missile Update

A number of Iron Dome batteries were deployed in southern Israel on Thursday in the wake of a situational assessment.

Mossad Retrieves Wristwatch of Famed Israeli Spy Eli Cohen in Mysterious Operation

Cohen's wife Nadia still hopes that one day, her husband's body "will also be returned."

Report: Germany Mediating Prisoner Exchange Deal with Hamas

Hamas insists that no information be given about them before the release of 54 prisoners who were released by Israel during the Shalit deal and re-arrested over the past four years.

Defense Minister Screams at Shabak Chief over Arabs’ Family Unification

Lieberman attacked, saying, "You've crossed the red lines," Argaman replied: "I don't work for you."

Netanyahu Revokes Ban on MKs Temple Mount Visits

"Netanyahu will not tell Muslims, MKs and others, when to enter and when to pray. For non-Muslims, there is nothing to look for in that place," MK Haneen Zoabi declared.

Litzman Threatens to Quit Netanyahu Coalition over IDF Draft

A fine mess you got us into, Dorit Beinish, former President of the High Court of Justice.

2,000-Year-Old, Intact Pottery Vessels Salvaged in Cave on Lebanese Border

Archaeologists slid the vessels on ropes 30 yards down a sheer cliff.

Shaked and Regev Pass the Egalitarian Kotel Hot Potato to Netanyahu

PM Netanyahu leveled criticism at Culture Minister Miri Regev, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked for refusing to support expansion of an egalitarian prayer space at the holy site, said “I'll handle this” • Dozens of rabbis urge ministers to oppose “desecration” of Kotel.

PM, Transport Minister, Dedicate 2 New Ra’anana Train Stations

We are destroying the terrorist tunnels, and in contrast, we are building these tunnels here which shorten distances.

Israel Bans Entry of ‘Code Pink’ Activist Who Advocated BDS at the Kotel

During her stay in Israel as a tourist a few months ago, Gold made headlines when she carried signs supporting the BDS, one of which read: "American Jews Support BDS."

Knesset Committee Ratifies Haredi Draft Bill; Plenum Will Vote Tomorrow

The new bill pushes off economic sanctions against Haredi yeshivot that fail to meet their quotas.

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