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20 Years for Stone Throwers as Cabinet Stiffens Punishments for Rock Attacks, Road Terror

Israel’s cabinet stiffened the penalty for rock attacks against motor vehicles.

North Miami Beach Rabbi Shot and Killed on Shabbat

A rabbi, identified as Rabbi Joseph Raksin by NBC news, was shot and killed on his way to synagogue Saturday morning, in North Miami Beach.

Reusable Grocery Bags in Israel Arrive January 2017

Supermarket chains will hand out reusable canvas shopping bags to customers according to how much they buy, starting in the last week of December 2016.

American Muslim Zuhdi Jasser: Not ‘Islamophobic’ to Protest Pro-Hamas Speaker

A moderate Muslim leader says it is not Islamophobic to protest against Hamas speakers and supporters.

Lifeguards at Lake Kinneret on Chol HaMoed Passover

Last year more than 250,000 tourists flocked to the beaches along the shores of the lake on the Passover holiday.

Collision Along Dead Sea Raises 2016 Traffic Fatality Count

The year 2016 has been declared the deadliest of the past five years on Israeli roads, according to the Road Safety Authority.

Avian Flu Detected Among Water Fowl at Ramat Gan National Park

Avian flu has been identified among ducks and geese at the Ramat Gan National Park. Officials are taking precautions and the park remains open to the public.

Terror Stabbing Averted in Old City of Jerusalem

It's impossible to know how many people were saved by Jerusalem police on the Sabbath when they stopped an Arab terrorist with a knife in the Old City.

Israel Police Seize Weapons During Raid in Umm al-Fahm

Police officers also arrested a 23-year-old suspect, who was turned over to security personnel.

Report: Dysentery Outbreak in Northern Negev City of Arad

“The mayor’s office says the vendor’s contract has been terminated . . . but at the end of the day, the parents don't trust the food at this point."

Netanyahu’s Grandfather’s Tombstone Smashed in Mount of Olives Arab Desecration

Arab vandals smashed and burned tombstones, bushes and trees in the ancient Mount of Olives cemetery Tuesday night.

In Israel, A Prosthetic Tailored for a Turtle

An Israeli scientist created a prostethic for a turtle based on the design of a Lockheed-Martin warplane.

Israel May Call Early Elections Next Month

Early elections are likely in Israel next month as governing coalition members fight for control.

Jews Walk to Synagogue in NYC’s 2nd Biggest Blizzard in History

The second biggest blizzard in the history of New York City has paralyzed most of the Eastern Seaboard.

Tel Aviv-Yafo Shows Solidarity with US, Thanks for Support to Those Affected by COVID-19

Tel Aviv's partner cities in the US include Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Miami Dade County, Philadelphia and San Antonio.

Massive WW II Bomb Safely Removed in Bialystok

The huge bomb was left in place quietly until explosives experts could attend to it safely.

Prayers Requested for Yavneh Terror Victim

Please pray for the swift recovery of Niv Gil ben Hadassah.

NYPD ‘Retraining’ Force After Grand Jury Clears Cop in Suspect Death

Thousands protest in NYC on Thursday night and the city launches a police "retraining program" after a grand jury clears officer in perpetrator death.

Unexpected Downpour Swells Lake Kinneret, Creates Havoc in Israel

The sun peeked out just long enough Thursday for Israelis to see the flooding caused by the “sound and light show” Wednesday night.

Arabs Terrorize Worshipers in Jerusalem’s Ancient Shiloach Yemenite Synagogue

The ancient Yemenite synagogue in Jerusalem's Shiloach area came under repeated attack during prayers over Shavuot.

Jerusalem Intifada Reaches French Hill

Another round of intifada violence wracked the city of Jerusalem Sunday night, destroying a gas station and wounding two motorists.

Actor Harrison Ford ‘Lucky To Be Alive’ After Plane Crash

Actor Harrison Ford is in fair condition after crash-landing a private plane on a golf course in Venice, CA, Thursday afternoon.

Polygamist Cult Leader Gets 30 Years in Prison

Polygamist cult leader Goel Razton is convicted in Tel Aviv District Court, and gets 30 years in prison.

Monkey See, Monkey Flees Ramat Gan Safari

The public is being asked to call authorities if anyone spots Conner, a capuchin monkey who escaped from the Ramat Gan Safari.

Jewish Man Protects KKK Member from Protester Mob in Anaheim [video]

When faced with violent counter protesters, Ku Klux Klan members abandoned their fellow hate-monger.

General Motors Recalling Vehicles Worldwide

General Motors is recalling some four million vehicles worldwide due to a defect that has caused at least one death so far. The company will update the computer software, free, to correct the problem.

Jewish Sites Not on Aharonovitch ‘Price Tag’ Tour

The Israeli and international press have barely noted Arab attacks against Jewish sites around Israel, including swastikas and anti-Israel graffiti - apparently neither have the police.

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