Anti-Zionist ‘IfNotNow’ Prays for Gaza When IDF Responds to Rocket Attack

“We are praying for the people of Gaza as they endure another assault from Israel’s military, and demand that our communal leadership stand against this violence."

IDF Attacks 100 Targets in Gaza Strip in Response to Rockets Shot at Tel...

Two Arabs were wounded in the attack at the al-Shashin outpost in Rafah.

Prime Minister’s Office Instructs Ministers: No Interviews on Gaza

Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist organization has ordered all of its headquarters, bases and offices evacuated in anticipation of a military attack by Israel in retaliation for the rocket attack.

Message to Beitar Illit Residents: Don’t Enter Hussan

There's currently a violent clan war underway in the village.

Netanyahu Convenes Emergency Security Meeting at IDF HQ

IDF Home Front Command emphasized that Israelis should continue with their daily routine for the time being. "We will update the public if there is any change."

Egypt Evacuating its Mission to Gaza

Everyone expects a major IDF retaliation strike this evening.

Watch: 2 Rockets Launched at Tel Aviv

At 9:05 PM the rocket alert went off in the Gush Dan / Tel Aviv region.

State of Palestine Under Construction Right Next to Efrat, Says Regavim NGO

Attorney Michael Shapiro has issued preliminary letters before filing a lawsuit aimed at forcing the authorities to act against the obvious Palestinian Authority-orchestrated takeover of land in Gush Etzion.

Tens of Thousands Set to Race Through Jerusalem in Winner’s Marathon

The route is described as a “challenging, thrilling and unforgettable experience for all runners.”

Rashida Tlaib Pushing Academic Boycott of Israel

The small college's cooperation with the University of Haifa involves only 11 students who have participated since its start in 2007.

Leah Goldin on Memorial Day for IDF Soldiers Whose Burial Place is Unknown: My...

Hamas, which rules Gaza, is believed to be holding Lt. Hadar Goldin's remains, as well as those of Oron Shaul, another IDF soldier killed during the 2014 Gaza war .

Feiglin’s Haredi No. 2 Speaks Up: Not Crazy about Weed, LGBT

The state must keep Shabbat according to Halacha. But but there can be private initiatives of public transportation on Shabbat.

IDF Forces Arrest 5 Infiltrators from Gaza, Jews Visit Joshua’s Tomb, and Security News...

600 Jewish worshipers entered the tomb of Yehoshua Bin Nun in the village of Kifl Haret under IDF escort.

Israel Files Complaint with Security Council after Exposure of Covert Hezbollah Unit Operating in...

“The State of Israel will not ignore the conversion of Syria and Lebanon into a military front against it and will act forcefully and aggressively against Tehran’s aggression.”

NBA All-Star Stoudemire Gets Israeli Citizenship

Stoudemire plays for Jerusalem’s Hapoel basketball team,

Brazil’s President to Visit Israel, Renege on Embassy Move

Netanyahu had also asked Bolsonaro to change the way Brazil votes on Israel-related issues in international forums.

State Dept. Drops ‘Occupied Territories’ from Judea, Samaria, Gaza & Golan Heights in Annual...

Shlomo Ne'eman: “In the Six Day War, we liberated our homeland from the Arab occupation, and not the other way around."

Archaeological Excavations Reveal 1700 Year-Old Inscription of City Named ‘Elusa’ (Halutza) in the Negev

The discovery of the name of an ancient city in archaeological investigations is a relatively rare occurrence. The name of the city of Elusa is well-known from historical sources, however this is the first archaeological evidence of the name from the site itself.

Justice Minister Shaked Appoints Two More Conservative Judges to Israel’s Appeals Court

Two new judges were appointed by Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, bringing the total number chosen during her tenure to 334.

Stockholm Institute ranks Israel the World’s Eighth-Largest Arms Exporter

Despite its high ranking, the world’s top five militarily industrious countries—the United States, Russia, France, Germany and China—made up a collective 75 percent of all arms exports worldwide.

Demonstrators in Jerusalem Demand Malka Leifer’s Extradition

The protest was organized by the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel.

Tel Aviv Ranked Top City in the Middle East

Almost 40 percent of Tel Avivians admit to having taken drugs in the past week, more than anywhere else.

Smotrich Attacks Feiglin on Legalizing Weed

While several parties, including Likud, have been quick to reflect Zehut chairman Moshe Feiglin's rise in the polls and to copycat his agenda of legalizing both medical and medical cannabis in Israel, National Union leader Bezalel Smotrich appears to be betting on religious, right-wing voters who are opposed to the idea.

Jerusalem College of Technology’s Physics Olympiad Spotlights Religious Scientists of the Future

The talents of the religious scientists of the future were on full display as more than 100 yeshiva students from around Israel participated in Jerusalem College of Technology’s (JCT) sixth annual Physics Olympiad last week.


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