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Thursday Supreme Court Justice Salim Joubran Went Home

Joubran remained all alone when he objected to the suspension of MK Hanin Zuabi from the Knesset for inappropriate public conduct (she spat at Police, among other things) – four Jewish judges approved the temporary removal.

Poll: 70% of Israeli Jews Support Death Penalty for Terrorists, Only 13% Strongly Oppose

Of the 500 Jewish respondents, 44% strongly supported, and 25.8% moderately supported the death penalty. 12.4% moderately opposed, and only 12.9% strongly oppose. 4.9% declined to answer.

Report: Internal Rotation Fight Threatens Future of Joint Arab List

Disagreement over a rotation agreement is threatening to dismantle the Joint Arab List, which to date has been a monumental success story in Israeli politics.

Rightwing Activists to Conduct Funeral for National Pride outside Netanyahu Residence

With great sorrow and grief, we announce the murder of our dear one, National Honor.

Former Senior Shin Bet Official: Take Down the Metal Detectors, Arrest More Instigators

Warning the Netanyahu cabinet against reaching decisions based on strictly electoral reasons, Blum said that Israel now has 'another two-day window of opportunity to get off the metal detector issue which are important on the tactical level but stupid on the strategic level.'

Liberman Demands Death Penalty for Halamish Murderer

'What's outrageous is Abbas's refusal to condemn the heinous murder.'

IDF, Shin Bet, Locking Horns w. Police over Temple Mount Metal Detectors

It's the stuff that topples governments, and Prime Minister Netanyahu knows it.

Israel Installs Security Cameras on the Temple Mount

How will the Muslims react when they discover there security cameras have been installed too?

Jordan Posts and then Removes Condemnation of Temple Mount Terror Attack

At midnight Jordan finally posted a short-lived half-condemnation of the Temple Mount terror attack, which was then removed.

Temple Mount Terror Weapons Hidden Days in Advance

Police suspect Waqf officials may aided the terrorists.

Jordan Demands Temple Mount Be Reopened to Muslims

The Temple Mount was closed following the terror attack that killed two policemen and wounded 2 more.

Two Border Policemen Murdered in Temple Mount Terror Attack

Two of the Border Policemen HY"D have died from their wounds.

Temple Mount Murderers Quickly Rise to Stardom on Facebook

More than 1,200 of these praising sendoff notes, to three young men who approached two policemen on the Temple Mount and riddled them with bullets at close range.

Watch ‘Neutralized’ Temple Mount Terrorist Gets Up and Shootout Continues

The police seem to turn their back on the supposedly neutralized terrorist.

Americans for Peace Now Ambivalent on Settler Community’s Rapid Growth

The attempt on the part of APN to belittle the settlement enterprise, as part of its effort to wipe it off the map – literally – contradicts, obviously, all those other times they cry oy gevalt when those pesky settlers grow in numbers yet again.

Government Introduces Bonuses to Retain Arab Household Staff at Dead Sea Hotels

While huge resources are being invested in the development of Dead Sea beaches and infrastructure to attract more tourists, the hotels are finding it difficult to absorb the increased traffic.

Hebrew U’s Suaad Abd-Elhadi Paving the Way to Early Diagnosis of Parkinson’s

Suaad Abd-Elhadi wins a Kaye Innovation Award for a new diagnostic tool that could pave the way for early diagnosis and improved treatment of one of the most common and debilitating neurodegenerative disorders.

Report: Turks Invested Millions in Fanning Flames on Temple Mount

A Turkish organization which is partly funded by the Turkish government has invested in a project designed to transport half a million Israeli Arabs...

Jerusalem Mayor Fires Cannon Marking End of 16th Day of Ramadan

The Municipality removes garbage from the main roads and ensures that parks and public gardens are cleaned during Ramadan, to provide a dignified atmosphere for all celebrants.

Antiquities Robbers Caught in Ancient Galilee Town

This is the second gang of antiquities robbers that has been caught in the past two weeks in northern Israel.

IDF Revising Rules of Engagement on Shooting Weapons Thieves

'It's a good thing that we went from a state of madness to a state that is semi normal.'

Statement of the Hebrew University Regarding Playing the Anthem at Academic Ceremonies

At every State ceremony held at the Hebrew University, the national anthem of Israel is played as is customary.
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‘If My Love for Israel is Heresy – Then I Am a Heretic’

Sara Zoabi received threats on her life and was ostracized by her family.

Arab Seeking Jewish Conversion Imprisoned by Siblings

Policemen who arrived at the house rescued the young man.

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