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Bus with Israeli number hits Palestinians in Bartaa village

Bus with Israeli number hits Palestinians in Bartaa village

One Palestinian has been killed and two others injured after they were run over by a bus with an Israeli number plate in the occupied… Read More ›

Maccabi Tel Aviv on a roll

Maccabi Tel Aviv on a roll

After getting back on track with four consecutive road wins, Maccabi Tel Aviv returns to Nokia Arena on Thursday night to face one of Europe’s… Read More ›

Israel faces severe weather conditions

Extreme weather conditions were expected to continue Wednesday after a deluge of heavy winter rain storms hit Israel on Tuesday. The risk of flooding prevailed… Read More ›

How would  ‘Jewish state bill’ affect Israel’s social fabric

How would ‘Jewish state bill’ affect Israel’s social fabric

The American Jewish community has remained largely on the sidelines during the acrimonious debate surrounding the cabinet’s approval of the “Jewish state bill” on Sunday,… Read More ›

Israeli invention charges phone in less than a minute

The days of charging your phone for hours on end are numbered, thanks to an Israeli technological breakthrough. Powering a mobile phone will take just… Read More ›

Israeli and international artists gather at the annual Jerusalem Dance Week

Among the many goals of the rapidly growing Machol Shalem Dance House is to present a different perspective on Jerusalem to the world. “Our biggest… Read More ›

Man Stabbed In Jerusalem’s Old City

Man Stabbed In Jerusalem’s Old City

Jerusalem – Israeli police say an Arab assailant has stabbed a Jewish man in Jerusalem. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says the man was stabbed Monday… Read More ›

An Israeli Arab man was arrested after joining ISIS

An Israeli Arab man was arrested after joining ISIS

An Israeli Arab man from the Galilee was arrested last month for traveling to Syria to join the extremist Sunni group ISIS, and fight alongside… Read More ›

Jerusalem mayor speaks up

Jerusalem mayor speaks up

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat spoke out strongly in an interview with Army Radio on Friday against the actions of Ashkelon Mayor Itamar Shimoni, who stopped… Read More ›

Offensive ISIS graffiti

Offensive ISIS graffiti

Pro-ISIS graffiti was sprayed on a monument to fallen Druse soldiers outside the Druse village of Dalyat al Carmel, Coastal District police said Saturday. The… Read More ›

The Israel Antiquities Authority has launched a free App

The Israel Antiquities Authority has launched a free App

The Israel Antiquities Authority has launched a free app to introduce archaeology to children using games and puzzles. The app Dig Quest: Israel is available… Read More ›

Israel bans Arab workers for security reasons

Israel bans Arab workers for security reasons

An Israeli mayor has imposed a partial ban on employing Arab workers in his city in a sign of mounting security concerns after a surge… Read More ›

Netanyahu proposes his own version of ‘Jewish state bill’

Netanyahu proposes his own version of ‘Jewish state bill’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will present his own version of the controversial “Jewish state bill” to the cabinet on Sunday. Netanyahu said that the “Jewish… Read More ›

Israeli official: Erdogan rhetoric befits Tehran or Damascus, not a NATO capital

Israeli official: Erdogan rhetoric befits Tehran or Damascus, not a NATO capital

Israel’s “barbaric” attack on al-Aksa is an attack on Turkey, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday in remarks immediately slammed by Israel as “malicious… Read More ›

James Blunt is coming to perform in Tel Aviv for the first time

James Blunt is coming to perform in Tel Aviv for the first time

British pop sensation James Blunt will perform in Israel for the first time on February 2, 2015, at the Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv as… Read More ›

Jordan delays return of ambassador to Israel after synagogue attack

Jordan delays return of ambassador to Israel after synagogue attack

Following Tuesday’s terrorist attack in Jerusalem, officials in Jordan said Amman will delay the return of Jordanian Ambassador Walid Obeidat to Israel. An official source… Read More ›

Riots erupt in East Jerusalem’s Shuafat refugee camp

Residents of east Jerusalem’s Shuafat took to the streets of the refugee camp on Wednesday to protest against Israeli security forces, amid heightened tensions in… Read More ›

More than 135,000 Ethiopians living in Israel at end 2013

More than 135,000 Ethiopians living in Israel at end 2013

At the end of 2013 the Ethiopian population in Israel stood at some 135.5 thousand people – 85.9 thousand who were born in Ethiopia and… Read More ›

Israel approves construction of new homes in capital, as violence flares

Israel approves construction of new homes in capital, as violence flares

Israel on Wednesday approved the construction of 78 new homes in two Jerusalem neighborhoods over the Green Line, likely to aggravate Palestinian anger at a… Read More ›

Tel Aviv are scared after Jerusalem massacre

Tel Aviv are scared after Jerusalem massacre

Panic gripped a stretch of Ben Yehuda Street in Tel Aviv on Tuesday night, when a series of callers told police dispatchers they heard shouts… Read More ›