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Tel Aviv Train Service Resumes Thursday

The daily commute in Tel Aviv has been a complex affair due to construction for the city's new Light Rail.

Firebomber Arrested After Attacking Police, Setting Himself Alight

The terrorist was arrested and received medical treatment before he was taken to the precinct.

Haifa Port May Soon Become Entertainment & Commercial Zone

It looks as though the Haifa port is about to be transformed and upgraded into a beautiful new set of centers.

Prayers Requested for Yavneh Terror Victim

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

Golan Heights Farmers Turn Syrian Bunker Into Wine Cellar

A small community in northern Israel is home to a winery built in a former Syrian military bunker.

NYC Lawmakers, Educators and Advocates Calls for Halal, Kosher Public School Lunch Options

Advocates, lawmakers and educators are banding together to call for Halal and Kosher lunch options for students in New York City public schools.

Israeli Jews Meet Independently with PA Chairman Abbas in Ramallah

An independent Israeli Jewish social action group met Sunday with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

Spider-Man Makes Exodus from Williamsburg for Passover

Williamsburg, New York Haredim have finally convinced Columbia Pictures to halt filming of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" in order not to cause parking problems...

Arab Teen Terror Murderers of Alexander Levlovitch Charged with ‘Manslaughter’

Five Arab teen terrorists whose stone-throwing attack killed Alexander Levlovitch were charged with manslaughter.

Israel May Call Early Elections Next Month

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

Remember! The Price is High to Ride A Bike in Rabin Square

Bicycle riding is encouraged in Tel Aviv -- but not in Rabin Square -- and riding against the rules can earn you a hefty fine.

Freed Islamic Jihad Terror Hunger Striker Re-arrested

Freed Islamic Jihad terrorist Khader Adnan was re-arrested in less than a day for illegally entering Jerusalem.

Would You Care for an Arvind Mini Knaidel?

NYC chef names new dish on Indian-American spelling bee winner.

Travel Terror Attack Foiled on Ashdod Road

A travel terror attack was foiled Tuesday on a road near Ashdod thanks to the alert eyes of the Israeli public and police.

Israel’s Parting Gift to Gaza

Israeli workers fitted with flak jackets to protect against Palestinian attacks while delivering humanitarian aid.

Temple Mount Activist’s Sister Wonders Why PA Leader Praised Terrorist

The sister of Rabbi Yehuda Glick says she cannot understand why PA leader Abu Mazen praised a would-be killer.

40-Yr-Old Hiker Dies in Judean Desert Fall

A 40 year old man died Tuesday on Chol Hamoed Pesach after falling 50 meters from a path while hiking in the Judean Desert.

Greenfield Coordinates With Masbia And Bronx BP On Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

They already had cargo planes ready, and Diaz allowed room on his Bronx containers for the Brooklyn donations.

30,000 Israelis Clean Out Newly Opened Decathlon Sporting Goods Store in a Week

The new 3,000-square meter store is located at the G shopping mall in Rishon Lezion and offers 16,000 items in 60 different departments.

Arab Stone-Throwers Arrested in Jerusalem

Security forces were deployed in the area, including some who carried out covert operations.

Mortar Fire from Rafah in Gaza

Mortar fire awakened southern Israelis living near the border with Gaza as two shells were shot from the city of Rafah.

World Solidarity With ‘Charlie’ as MI5 Forecasts More Terror to Come

Hundreds of Israelis joined demonstrators Thursday at French embassies worldwide in solidarity with Paris terror victims to proclaim "I Am Charlie."

European Court Upholds Belgian Ban on Muslim Face Veil

Violation of the Belgian ban is punishable by a fine and up to seven days in jail.

Lower East Side Synagogue Members Suing Leadership over Real Estate

The proceeds from the property sale may not be used cover the synagogue's financial needs.

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