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Did the US Let Hamas Rule Israel’s Skies?

Did the U.S. allow Hamas terrorists rule Israel's skies? Why would the Obama administration do that?

New Bill to Stop Privileged Conditions for Hamas Security Prisoners

Among the privileges which will become outlawed should the bill pass are conjugal visits, canteen purchases, and possession of TV sets and game consoles.
Haredi soldiers praying in the fields. Some are less welcome in their own shuls.

Harassed Hareidi IDF Officer Wins NIS 500,000 Compensation in Court

Three extremists campaigning against the Conscription Law publicized his name and private family information.

Israel Delivers First CAEW G550 to Italian Air Force

'The system reflects the deep, fruitful collaboration between the Italian and Israeli ministries of defense.'

Kahlon: Half-Billion Shekels to Go to Holocaust Survivors and Elderly

The new plans will benefit 60,000 survivors living below the poverty line.

Updated Ceremony and Traffic Details for Funeral of Israel’s Ninth President Shimon Peres

Main roads will be closed. The public will be able to pay their respects before the coffin at the Knesset on Thursday from 9 Am - 9 PM (or as necessary).

Zoning Committee Approves 250 Housing Units in Mt. Hebron Settlement

"Today, twenty years since the civilian settlement was established at an important strategic point, we are advancing one more step towards normalization and equal rights for the citizens of Judea and Samaria."

Netanyahu Government Approves $116 Billion Budget for 2019 Boosting Social Welfare

It is probably a hopeful, even inspiring sign, that Israel's education budget for 2019 is nearly on a par with its security budget.

Life Imprisonment for Terrorist who Killed Mother of Six in Otniel

The Arab teen who murdered an Otniel mother of six has been sentenced to life in prison. Six children are still orphans.

It’s Official: New High-Speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Train Launch Delayed Till Sukkot

Minister Katz told the Knesset State Control Committee that he is not prepared to compromise on safety issues, even at the cost of losing popularity.

Israeli Defense Minister Convenes Military Heads Following Explosions Near Damascus

Kisweh is known to house an Iranian military bunker which has previously been targeted, possibly by Israel.

Netanyahu Slams Int’l Community for Supporting Hamas Government

The Prime Minister didn't mince words at Sunday's cabinet meeting, slamming the int'l community for embracing the Hamas government, while praising Australia for its moral clarity.

October Sets All-Time Monthly Record for Incoming Tourism

“These excellent statistics ... are a direct result of the intensive work we are doing at the Ministry of Tourism.”

Justice Minister Wants More Jewish Law on Israel’s Books

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked accused the Israeli courts of ignoring Jewish law and promised to set up a steering committee to promote implementing the principles of Jewish law in the Israeli legal system.

We See How You Stand Up for Israel, Netanyahu Tells Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame...

"Rwanda is open for business and we look forward to welcoming private sector delegations from Israel even more frequently in the future."

Netanyahu: Israel Rejects ‘Complete Preposterous’ Resolution

“Jerusalem is our capital. Always was, always will be... I do appreciate the fact that a growing number of countries refused to participate in this theater of the absurd."

9 Hospitals Okay to Buy MRIs, ‘Without Funding’

Six Israeli hospitals received approval Thursday to purchase MRI machines, at their own expense, and 3 to be named.

Israel, Gulf States Share Concerns on Iran Nuclear Intentions

Israel and the Gulf States may not agree on everything but everyone worries about how to stop Iran from building a nuclear weapon.

Israel, China Sign $300M CleanTech Deal

"We see economic cooperation with the Chinese government as a strategic goal."

Thousands of Judea, Samaria Housing Units Await Approval Next Week following Trump’s Departure

'Now, in the new era we are in, the excuses are over and we expressly expect compensation and correction for all the years in which the settlement enterprise was hung up to dry.'

Israeli Presidential Election, The Sequel: Stay Tuned for Round 2

The first round of votes is over and Israel does not yet have a new president. Rivlin leads, but not by much.

Israel’s Left Furious: 5 Justices to Retire during Ayelet Shaked’s Term (Analysis)

The next five justices will be conservative, and at least one of them will be religious.

Israel to Eliminate Customs Fees for Packages Under $1,000

Currently, customs fees ranging from $5 to $22 (as opposed to customs payments on the value of imported goods) are collected for private imports via courier companies.

Bennett Cites Agreement with Netanyahu During Campaign

Bayit Yehudi party chairman Naftali Bennett says he and PM Netanyahu agreed to a truce during Israei's upcoming campaign.

Rabbi Rachamim Barchiyahu Appointed Israel Police Chaplain

The new Israel Police chaplain heads a yeshiva devoted to finding halachic ways for observant Jews to serve with the force.

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