Funeral for Pilot Amichai Itkis

IAF pilot Major Amichai Itkis will be buried Friday in Kfar Saba. Itkis was killed Wednesday in a training crash along with his navigator, Major Emanuel Levi. The funeral will begin at noon in the Kfar Saba military cemetery. Itkis, 28, who lived in Sde Warburg, is survived by his parents and a sister. A […]




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Netanyahu Explains Israel’s Economic Success

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu talked business in a special interview with Fox Business Channel this week, and said that Israel has “essentially become an export-driven, high-tech economy.” Netanyahu utilized his visit to the United States not only to meet with Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and other officials, and not only to addess the Jewish […]




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Beit Haggai Orphans Work to Fulfill Parents’ Dreams

Ten weeks ago, Yitzchak and Talia Imes of Beit Haggai were murdered by terrorists as they drove along a highway near their home. On Thursday Ariel, one of the six children they left behind, ascended to the Temple Mount along with 60 students from the 11th grade of the yeshiva high school in Susia. Sixteen-year-old Ariel spoke […]




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Flotilla Delayed as Ship’s Captain Heads to Greece, not Gaza

A small group of foreign activists who had hoped to break Israel’s naval blockade on Hamas are instead heading for Greece. The activists, along with several Libyans, were trapped aboard the ship they had hoped to take to Gaza as the captain set sail for Greece instead. The Greek captain of the Strofades IV left […]




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Meet the Israeli Spiderman-Robot

Visitors to the bi-annual Robotics Conference in Israel had a chance to meet Spiderman, at least in the form of a robot. The Spiderbot, which was developed by a group of engineers at the Robotics laboratory at Ben Gusion University, was inspired by the legendary comic superhero. The robot can shoot cables with magnetic ends […]




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Five Pro-Jericho Boys Detained by Police

Five boys carrying literature emphasizing the importance of Jericho to the Jewish People have been arrested, and the Honenu civil rights organization is trying to figure out why. Policemen of the Binyamin District stopped the five at the Rimonim checkpoint early Friday afternoon, claiming that the boys were trying to enter Jericho – under Palestinian […]




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Agricultural Camp to Connect Youth to the Land of Israel

This past summer, Women in Green and activists from Netzer held a very successful youth agricultural work camp. The camp is aimed at training the next generation on becoming active on behalf of the Land of Israel through real working of the land and planting new trees in an area where trees have been uprooted […]




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Terror Alert Issued for Sinai

Israel’s Counter-Terrorism Bureau issued a terror alert for the Sinai Peninsula on Thursday. According to the Bureau, reliable and current information received by security forces shows that a cell of Army of Islam activists are planning to kidnap Israelis vacationing in Sinai. The Army of Islam is an organization which took part in an attack […]




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91-Year-Old Bar Mitzvah Boy Tours Old City of Jerusalem

In the following video, Israel National News TV meets 91-year-old Hans De Leeuw during a special wheelchair tour in the old city of Jerusalem. Hans marked his Bar Mitzvah a few days earlier at the Western Wall (the Kotel) in Jerusalem, 78 years after he turned 13, the age when a Bar Mitzvah is normally commemorated. […]




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Yesha Council Cartoon Tells Obama: Don’t Play G-d

A new cartoon history of the Jewish people packs 3,500 years into 3.5 minutes — and ends with a message to US President Barack Obama. The cartoon was produced by the Yesha Council, a semi-official federation of the heads of local authorities in Judea and Samaria. The Yesha Council under its present leadership — Chairman […]




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MK Katz: If Netanyahu Declares a New Freeze Well Overthrow Him

National Union chairman MK Yaakov “Ketzaleh” Katz stated on Thursday that his party’s promise to serve as a safety net for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would be valid as long as no new construction moratorium in Judea and Samaria is announced. Katz’s office said in a statement that should Netanyahu change his mind and announce […]




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