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Facing Possible Draft And Reduced Subsidies, Israel’s Haredim Respond With Prayer

JERUSALEM – The large white poster is topped by a screaming headline written in large black letters: “Hell.” Posted on a wall in Jerusalem’s haredi Meah Shearim neighborhood, the sign describes a development that threatens the community with “extinction” and “makes all living hearts tremble.”

Police Sappers Called to Haganah Museum in Tel Aviv

History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.

Prime Minister: ‘Niv is a Hero, Stopped and Prevented Massive Disaster’

"The real answer lies in our courage and willingness to fight against these murderers and those who dispatch them."

Complying with Ottoman Law, IDF Panel Revokes Jewish Community’s Land Ownership

The grounds for dismissing the government acquisition of the land has to do with its failure to adequately comply with Ottoman Law — a remnant of the Turkish government's rule over these lands before 1918.

IDF Retaliates Against Hamas in Gaza, Warns ‘Iran is Playing with Gazans’ Lives’

"The severe shooting on Friday proved once again that Iran ... is playing with the lives of Gaza residents and is likely to lead the Gaza Strip to escalation after years of security calm."

Netanyahu: Renewed US Sanctions, State-Run Terrorism, Behind Iran’s Economic Collapse

"Iran is investing billions of dollars in financing terrorism in the region and around the world, and in aggression in the region, instead of investing them in the Iranian people."

Call Guinness: 9 Palestinians Serving ‘Longest Sentences on Earth’

Israeli judges have taken to imposing multiple lifetime sentences to make sure those killers remain in prison.

Temple Mount Terror Weapons Hidden Days in Advance

Police suspect Waqf officials may aided the terrorists.

Terror Attack Thwarted Outside Jerusalem Synagogue

Three Arab teen terrorists failed in an attempt to attack a crowded Jerusalem synagogue.

Famed IDF Rescue Team in Ghana After Mall Collapses

The Israel Defense Forces galvanized its internationally-recognized emergency response team to assist in a search and rescue operation in Ghana Wednesday night, after a shopping center collapsed in the country’s capital.

Israel Border Guard Officers Foil Terror Attack at Samaria Military Court

Terrorists have targeted the same courthouse numerous times over the past several months, including this past week, two weeks ago, and twice in December.

Watch Parents Teach an Arab Child to Hate Israelis

Teaching one’s child to hate police intended to keep your family safe may seem like an oxymoron. . .

Orthodox Manhattan High School Kills Khalidi Appearance

The statement from Ramaz said, “Our question was: ‘Is this the appropriate program?’”

PM Netanyahu, Wife Sara Pay Condolence Call to Family of Murdered Border Guard Policewoman...

“All of us, I think every mother and father in the State of Israel, and the State of Israel, we all embrace Hadas's mother and father, and brothers and sisters."

Defense Minister Ya’alon: Assad Has Lost Control

According to rebel sources in Syria, the number of dead as a result of the chemical gas attack on a suburb of Damascus has topped 1,300, including women and children.

Official: There Was No Way to Get Duma Confession Without Torture

All the actions taken against the minor who is one of the suspects in the case were approved by the Supreme Court.

Wounded Gaza Terrorist Carries Suspected Grenades, Explosives into Barzilai Hospital ER

"Once we saw what it was ... we instantly evacuated everyone from the room."

Hours Before Friday Night Massacre, Fatah Encouraged ‘Escalation’ and ‘Rage’

Last week the Fatah Central Committee "called on its supporters and members... to turn this Friday into a day of escalation."

Updated: Are We in a Secret Ceasefire?

It's been quiet for 2 hours, following a Hamas signature ceasefire barrage. Are we in a secret ceasefire?

Court Extends Administrative Detention by 4 Months for Grandson of Rabbi Meir Kahane z’l

Meir Ettinger will remain in administrative detention for another four months, after six months in solitary confinement.

Israel Did not Notify US of Bombing Mission in Syria

An American intelligence official, speaking on the basis of anonymity, told Reuters that Israel did not notify the Obama administration before the two bombing...

Code Red Siren Triggered in Gaza Belt Region

Israelis went scrambling for cover in the Jewish communities of Yad Mordechai and Netiv Ha'Asara, Ohr HaNer, and Erez, among others.

Haredi Draft Law Passes

The Knesset passed the bill to draft more Ultra-Orthodox Jews into the IDF.

Police Arrest Boaz Albert on Suspicion of Attacking IDF Post

“You shall set up judges and police…in all your cities…and they shall judge…[with] righteous judgment.” – Devarim, 16:18.

Second Suspect Detained While MK Basel Ghattas Freed on House Arrest

A second suspect is detained on suspicion of providing MK Basel Ghattas with cell phones to give to terrorist prisoners.

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