Earthquake in the North, None Hurt

A earthquake hit northern Israel on Saturday evening. It was felt most strongly in the region of Beit Shean and Afula; residents of Tzfat reported feeling motion as well. The quake was measured at 3.6 on the Richter scale. No injuries were reported. One residential building sustained damage, and the families living there were evacuated […]




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Deputy FM Ayalon: Israeli Companies Harm Our Diplomatic Efforts

On Thursday, the Ariel Conference for Law and Mass Media was held at the Ariel University Center of Samaria. The conference this year dealt with the subject of “Israel in the Middle East – Current Evaluation.” The guest speaker at the opening session of the conference was Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon. In a conversation […]




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Israel to Get Help from Sinai Bedouin in Infiltration Battle

The Al-Tarabin tribe, one of the largest Bedouin clans in the Sinai desert, has decided to oppose illegal African infiltration into Israel. In a meeting this week, senior members of the tribe said they oppose human trafficking and do not wish to see their tribal lands used by smugglers. Bedouin leaders will meet again in […]




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Terrorist Shooting Reported in Samaria, None Hurt

Palestinian Authority terrorists attempted to murder a Jewish shepherd on Friday morning, according to a report from the Samaria Regional Council. The terrorists opened fire on the shepherd as he tended his flock near Maaleh Shomron. The intended victim managed to take shelter and call for help. The attackers fled before IDF forces reached the […]




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Wikileaks: Egypt’s Military Focus is on ‘Enemy’ Israel

Documents revealed by Wikileaks show that Egypt continues to see Israel as its primary military threat despite a decades-old peace treaty. Egypt and Israel fought against each other in four wars before signing the treaty in 1979. United States diplomats have been frustrated as Egyptian leaders focus on being prepared for war with Israel while […]




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New Israel Fund Reaches Out to Lawyers

The New Israel Fund is reaching out to attorneys by offering a seminar on finding common ground between Arabs and Jews “regarding the character and essence of the state [of Israel].” The State Attorneys Association passed on an invitation to its members – a move protested by the Land of Israel Legal Forum. Legal Forum […]




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Israel is Doing Far Too Little to Fight Boycotts

According to Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, Israel should do a lot more when it comes to the international boycotts against it. Gerstenfeld, who is Chairman of the Board of Fellows of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), took part on Thursday in the Ariel Conference for Law and Mass Media at the Ariel University Center […]




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Soldier Attacked at Entrance to Kiryat Arba

An Israeli soldier was attacked and wounded by Arabs on Thursday evening at the entrance to Kiryat Arba. According to reports, the Arabs hit the soldier with various objects and threw a glass bottle at him, injuring him in the head. The assailants were arrested and turned over to the police for questioning. Following the […]




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Chief Rabbi: Pray for Jonathan Pollard’s Health

  (IsraelNationalNews.com) From: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/141451




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Israel: Best Economy in the West

Israel’s economy is the fastest-growing in the West, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) reports. Israel’s Gross National Product grew by 4.5% in the year 2010, according to CBS data and estimates – 0.5% more than had been expected. This compares with only 2.7% in the other 33 countries of the Organization for Economic Co-Operation […]




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