Ateret Cohanim Official: EU Allying Itself With Hitler’s Progeny

European observers who are considering coming to Jerusalem to “supervise” the demolishing of the Shepherd Hotel in the Shimon HaTzaddik-Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood would do well to think twice about making the journey, says director of the Ateret Cohanim Foundation, Mati Dan – otherwise they could find themselves facing some uncomfortable facts about their past, not […]

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Alleged Spy Confesses: Iran Penetrates the Mossad

Iran claims it has penetrated Israel’s international espionage agency, the Mossad. “After months of silent struggle, offensive, multi-layered and complicated operations and penetration into the depths of the Zionist regime’s intelligence led to the uncovering of very important and sensitive information about Mossad spies and operations,” the Iranian Intelligence Ministry announced Monday in a statement. […]

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Netanyahu Nets $$50K, Barely

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu earns a net salary of 15,027 shekels per month, or $4,221. His annual net income is therefore under $51,000 – among the lowest salaries in the world for a national leader. Netanyahu decided to make his paycheck available to the public on the Prime Minister’s Office Facebook page. Detail of Netanyahu’s paycheck / […]

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Jerusalem Electric Company Discriminates Against Jew

  The Arab-owned Jerusalem Electric Company, responsible for providing electricity to several Arab-populated neighborhoods in Jerusalem, refuses to service the property of Yitzchak Herskovitz. The energetic Yitzchak Herskovitz, 79, thought last year that his 17-year legal battle to reclaim his property from illegal Arab squatters had finally reached its happy ending. This was his reaction […]

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Sderot: The Calm before the Storm

  Sderot residents, battered by thousands of rocket and mortar attacks the past 10 years, are bracing for a new escalation from Hamas-controlled Gaza.   Hamas and allied terrorist groups have fired dozens of missiles and mortars the past three weeks, several of them causing injuries. “People know there will be an escalation soon, whether […]

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We Will Fight for Tzfats Jewish Identity

Some of Israel’s prominent rabbis and Knesset members visited the city of Tzfat in northern Israel on Sunday. Rabbi Mordechai Rabinowitz, Secretary of the Rabbinical Council of Yesha, explained that the primary purpose of the gathering in Tzfat is to learn more about local Arabs’ plans to buy up Jewish property for extraordinarily high prices. […]

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Top Labor Official Gives Rave Review of Judea, Samaria

As part of its program of reaching out to members of Israeli society who might not be familiar with Jewish life in Judea and Samaria, the Yesha Council over the weekend hosted Hilik Bar, chairman of the Labor Party. Bar was accompanied by top Labor officials and accompanied by Yesha (Judea and Samaria) Council officials, […]

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Trucker Hit by Shrapnel, IDF Reassures Southerners

A trucker suffered mild shrapnel wounds in a Kassam attack launched by Gaza terrorists Saturday night. The short-range rocket exploded close to the trucker’s vehicle in the Eshkol Regional Council district of the Gaza Belt. The explosion was the second of three that hit the Eshkol region over the weekend; earlier in the day, a […]

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Expert: Flu Still Dangerous, Even in an ‘Off’ Year

It may seem as if Israel has been hard hit by the flu this year, but it’s actually been more or less an average year for flu infections, says Professor Dan Engelhard of Hadassah Ein-Kerem Medical Center. “But the flu, even in an average year, can still be fatal, and hospital beds can still be […]

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IDF Reassures Thai Workers, Kibbutz: ‘Soon We’ll Have Answers’

IDF GOC Southern Command Maj.-Gen. Tal Russo traveled Saturday night to the Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council district to reassure members of a kibbutz targeted by Gaza-launched mortar fire earlier in the day. Three Thai workers on the kibbutz were wounded in the afternoon attack, including one who suffered serious chest wounds. A second worker was […]

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