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Supreme Court Judge Admits ‘Regulation’ Best Solution for Jews and Arabs in Ofra Case

The Vice President of the Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein prefers to err on the side of mercy 'in a situation where we can spare the double harassment from the children, 22 of them.'

Life for Lyme Goes to Trenton to Save Those Suffering from Lyme Disease; Lobbies...

Insurance companies often do not cover necessary treatments, leaving patients with as much as $100,000 a year or more in out-of-pocket medical expenditures.

Israel, New Zealand Ink Aviation Services Deal

The agreement is intended to set air links between the two nations, and includes operation of direct routes between Israel and New Zealand.

NIF Slams Bennett for Honoring the Dead

Jewish Home leader blocks exhibition of dead bodies citing Jewish tradition to honor the dead; NIF objects.

UN Security Council to Meet Monday on Temple Mount Crisis

'Three world religions have strong roots in Jerusalem, which in 1947 received a special status from the UN.'

Bibi: ‘ISIS Would Devour Palestinian State, We Cannot Help Create That’

Bibi recognizes the Two State idea will mean not only the end of Israel, but also the enslaving of the Palestinian Arabs.

Fascists, Iranians, Losing Soccer Fans, in Argentina’s ‘Killing Jews to Make Soap’ Scandal

The All Boys court was shut down indefinitely and the team could be sanctioned by the league to play all of its 2019 games without an audience.

Comey Tells Colleagues ‘I Will Be Fine’

Comey assured his colleagues that he “will be fine” and urged them to “continue to live our values and the mission...”

Pro-Labor Settler and Pro-Bennett Bedouin

There are Israeli voters making some surprising and rather unexpected choices.

‘Israel’s best friend in the Senate’ Dies at 88

"Senator Inouye deeply understood the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship."

PA, Egyptians, in Gaza for Reconciliation Talks with Hamas

On Saturday evening, Haniyeh released a statement saying, "The reconciliation is a will and a decision, to prevent Israel from swallowing up the West Bank and continuing its siege of the Gaza Strip.”

Minister Tells Bloomberg Israeli-Saudi Back-Channel Relations to Become Official

Dan Shapiro, Obama's Ambassador to Israel, is one of the few voices that are cheering on the Kushner-Greenblatt visit this week.

New Poll Shows All Parties Going Full Blast in Neutral

National religious voters favoring the new Yachad party headed by Eli Yishai may be wasting their votes.

Western Leaders Head to Ukraine to Try for Peace with Russia

Western leaders are heading to Ukraine and then to Moscow to try to stop the war.

Former President Peres ‘Moving Both Hands,’ Slow Improvement Continues

Former President Shimon Peres continues to slowly improve as doctors reduce his sedation; he is now able to move his hands.

1 in 7 IDF Flight School Graduates also Hesder Yeshiva Graduate

Only 15% of the cadets who began the flight school will be on the parade grounds on Thursday to receive their wings.

Netanyahu Heard on ‘Hot Mic’ Warning Europe Undermining Its Security

Europe, he said, was acting not just against Israel’s interests but against its own interests as well.

Absolutely No One Recalls Sinai War’s 62nd Anniversary (It’s Today)

Israel was looking to end the constant infiltrations from the Gaza Strip of Fedayeen terrorists, who robbed and murdered Israeli settlers—many of whom were recent newcomers to the Jewish State.

Netanyahu Urging Smotrich to Unite with Former Shas Leader to Beat Threshold

Netanyahu is trying to avoid an election outcome in which the Likud increases it mandates while losing its potential right-wing partners to the threshold.

Election Registration is Over

That's it. If you didn't register your party by now, you're not running for the upcoming Knesset elections.

Netanyahu at Guatemalan Embassy Transfer: It’s a Brotherly Alliance

President Jimmy Morales: "For us, the State of Israel has always been an important issue, as well as our good relations with it. We are returning the embassy to Jerusalem."

Report: 180 Gush Katif Families Still without Permanent Housing

About 13% of the uprooted Jews of Gaza, are still living in temporary mobile homes.

Pot Quinn Accusing Kettles of Pandering to Jews

Quinn actually said: “You know what else is wrong? … Going into communities and pandering and telling them what they want to hear just so you can get their vote."

L’Express: Israel Spied on French Prime Minister’s Cellphone

L'Express expects that this suspicion of electronic monitoring may have an adverse effect on the already complicated relations between France and Israel.

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