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Erdan shuts down soccer match glorifying Palestinian prisoners in Jerusalem

Minister Erdan said that "I will not an event that glorifies terrorists and violate the Israeli sovereignty, to take place in Jerusalem, our capital."

The two sides of Lazer Lloyd

Israel’s hassidic blues rocker reaches for the American heartland with his upcoming album.

Special Envoy Greenblatt keeps challenging Palestinian leadership

The confrontation comes amid intense speculation regarding the nature of President Trump's upcoming peace plan.

Hillel's tech corner: Early Detection Saves Lives

Todos Medical is using artificial intelligence to help detect a variety of cancers and other conditions.

Ivanka Trump is concerned about a rise in antisemitism

Trump converted to Judaism before her marriage to Jared Kushner in 2009. Both Trump and Kushner currently serve as White House senior advisers.

Fall of al-Bashir brings no change for Israel’s Sudanese refugees

Waiting, hoping and guessing remains the norm.

1952 'Korean War Haggadah' acquired by National Library of Israel

The 32-page volume was produced by two Jewish chaplains. One of them referred to their endeavor as “Operation Matzo”.

Kafka’s archive must be handed over to Israel, Swiss court rules

Following the ruling, a number of safes kept in the vaults of a Zurich bank may be opened and their contents sent to the National Library of Israel.

Will Trump be first president to support West Bank settlement annexation?

Israel has long held that settlement activity is irrelevant to any peace or diplomatic process.

6 Jewish takeaways from the Mueller report

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report about Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election was released to Congress and the public.


IDF demolishes Hebron homes of suspected terrorist in teen murder
צילום: דובר צה"ל
Demoition comes after court rejects appeal by family of Arafat Irfayia, who is believed to have attacked and killed 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher in Jerusalem in February

Tel Aviv to welcome Eurovision fans with Shabbat experience

באדיבות Eatwith
An initiative is underway for Israelis to open their home to tourists for a Shabbat eve experience with challah and wine; LGBT and communal dinners will also take place

No money in the West Bank, no security

צילום: AFP
World Bank warns that financial crisis will trigger security nightmare, blames Israel for deducting tax revenues from Palestinian Authority for funds paid to terrorists' families

Parents suspected of kidnapping, running over teenage daughter

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Ramle couple thought to have targeted 18-year-old, who lived in a different city, due to fears that her lifestyle would 'dishonor' the family name; teen escaped and was found wounded on road in Rahat

Egypt to Vote on Constitutional Amendments Amid Fairness and Transparency

צילום: gettyimages
Opposition, though divided on strategy, warns amendments will weaken judiciary and insure el Sisis's hold on power potentially until 2030.

Rivlin formally nominates Netanyahu as prime minister

צילום: לע"מ
The prime minister is given 42 days to form a government with his right-wing and religious allies, giving him a 65-55 majority in 120-seat parliament; Netanyahu just months away from surpassing David Ben-Gurion as Israel's longest serving leader

Source: White House adviser says peace plan to be unveiled by early June

צילום: AP
Jared Kushner apparently urged a group of ambassadors in a closed meeting to keep an 'open mind' about the so-called 'deal of the century,' which will be published after Israel forms a government and Palestinians mark the end of Ramadan

Netanyahu shares limelight with leaders and pop stars in TIME 100

צילום: time magazine
The magazine's annual listicle - of the most influential people in the world - calls Israel 'Bibi's nation,' adding Netanyahu made Israelis believe he's 'indispensable'; Donald Trump, Lady Gaga and LeBron James also among the honorees

Palestinian PM: U.S. waging ‘financial war’ on us, Trump peace plan widely rejected

צילום: EPA
Mohammed Shtayyeh says Americans trying to force Palestinians to 'agree to an unacceptable peace proposal', vows to reject 'financial blackmail'; says he intends to develop Palestinian agricultural, economic and education sectors, seek ways to reduce dependence on Israel

Was Netanyahu fooled by fake news of his heroic brother's artifacts?

צילום: עמוס בן גרשום, לע״מ
Yosef Shemesh presented PM with personal items he said belonged to Yoni Netanyahu, but information later emerged that Shemesh attempted to sell the items to an auction house that doubted their authenticity


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6,644 bills, 5,756 queries: Was 20th Knesset a tale of quantity over quality?
No other democratic parliament in the world comes close to Israel when it comes to the number of laws proposed by private members. This is not a good thing

Tiny Samaritan community marks Passover sacrifice as numbers grow
Biblical ritual held annually at West Bank mountaintop ceremonial ground, provides participants young and old with hope for future of ancient community

Six Democrats introduce Senate bill to restore humanitarian aid to Palestinians
Resolution sponsor Dianne Feinstein says Trump administration policy 'emboldens extremist groups like Hamas and pushes peace further out of reach'

Democrats vow to keep probing Trump after Mueller report points to obstruction
While slamming president for 'obstruction, intimidation, and abuse of power,' opposition party's senior leadership rules out impeachment proceedings 'at this point'

Troops raze home of Palestinian terror suspect in killing of teen
Palestinian media reports IDF destroys Hebron home of Arafat Irfaiya, charged in the rape and murder of 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher in February

Legal, police sources warn against giving ministry posts to hardline candidates
Unnamed sources said to caution that potential justice ministers will 'destroy' court, raise alarm over fears new public security minister will allow Jewish rituals on Temple Mount

National Enquirer being sold to former newsstand mogul James Cohen
Tabloid had been in trouble for 'catch and kill' scheme to bury stories embarrassing to Trump for money and Jeff Bezos hacking allegations

New England rabbis say crossing picket line for Passover shopping not kosher
As workers at large Stop & Shop chain go on strike, several Jewish community leaders ask holiday shoppers to respect labor action and go elsewhere

Mueller report paints damning portrait of president willing to press limits
Special counsel's probe shows how Trump tried to clamp down on investigation, but with no criminal charges, it's unclear if Democrats will pursue impeachment

From 1600s Europe to a lesbian seder, 4 haggadahs show Jewish history
Each of these highly personalized texts reflects in some ways the zeitgeist of its time


Only in Israel: Kabbalat Shabbat for Eurovision tourists
About 10,000 tourists are expected to be in the Tel Aviv area for the Eurovision contest which will take place during the week of May 12.

'We'll build a great deal in Jerusalem - without restrictions'
'We're going to be building a lot over next few years, and without restrictions,' says Mayor Moshe Lion. 'Trump plan won't affect J'lem.'

Rare find: Coin with image of emperor who abolished Sanhedrin
Students find a 1,600-year-old coin with the likeness of Byzantine Emperor Theodosius II, a first of its kind to be discovered in Israel.

Orthodox school ends religious exemptions from vaccines
SAR Academy and High School in NYC will not longer accept religious exemptions from vaccination requirement.

USAID to lay off most of its staff in Judea, Samaria, Gaza
Federal aid agency to lay off nearly all of its staff members operating in Gaza and the Palestinian Authority.

Jewish comedian on track to become president of the Ukraine
41-year-old Volodymyr Zelensky, a Ukrainian Jewish actor, in the lead for April 21st run-off vote in presidential election.

IDF demolishes home of Ori Ansbacher's murderer
Security forces arrive with bulldozers at home of terrorist who murdered Ori Ansbacher after the Supreme Court approved the demolition.

Iran showcases domestic fighter jets
Iran showcases its domestically made fighter jets during a military parade marking National Army Day in Tehran.

PA to launch campaign against US peace plan
Abbas adviser announces PA will launch campaign to counter Trump's "Deal of the Century".

US: North Korean test was not of a ballistic missile
Acting US Defense Secretary says weapons test announced by North Korea was not of a ballistic missile.


Brown Hotels buys planned new Tel Aviv building for hotel
The 190-room hotel will be built in the MOMA Tel Aviv project by the Hagag Group.

Medtronic to market Alpha Omega neurosurgery system
Alpha Omega system guides Medtronic's brain stimulation electrodes to the correct location.

Sisense develops data platform for Eurovision fans
The platform tells users which countries gave a specific country the most points in the contest, and which countries got the most points from a specific country.

Court orders railway workers to halt sanctions
The Tel Aviv District Labor Court has ordered Israel Railways workers to freeze sanctions until June 1 and enter into intensive talks with management.

Shekel slips against dollar for second day
The shekel is still very strong, trading at levels that are the strongest against the dollar for a year and the strongest against the euro in nearly two years.

Check Point down sharply despite beating analysts
Check Point posted a $205 million net profit in the first quarter, 2.1% less than in the first quarter of 2018 but higher than analysts' forecasts.

First TA light rail trains roll off production line
The trains will be Chinese company CRRC's first sale to Western markets.

S&P: Israeli banks endangered by exposure to real estate
S&P Maalot found that credit for mortgages, construction, and real estate accounted for 46% of the banks' total credit, as of September 2018, compared with only 32% in 2006.

Paz raises NIS 400m debt in TASE bond issue
There was demand of NIS 1.3 billion from institutional investors, more than three times the amount being raised.

Top Teva execs paid double in 2018 as share fell 18%
The five top earners were paid $55.9 million in 2018, almost double the $28.8 million that the five most senior executives received in 2017.


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