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Netanyahu blasts AG, Shaked defends credibility

Shaked said, "I work with Avichai Mandelblit daily...he is fair, honorable and professional. I am happy it is him if someone needs to make this hard decision. I completely trust his honesty."

Labor called “racist party” for having no immigrant candidates

“I presented plans to reach out to younger Russian speakers but Gabbay paid no attention to it,” MK Ksenia Svetlova said.

Qatar to send delayed $15 million payment to Gaza

Qatar hopes the aid will ease conditions and restore stability, part of efforts to bolster its international standing amid a diplomatic dispute with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf neighbors.

Palestinians renounce all bilateral U.S. funds, including for security

It ties American financial assistance to the Palestinians to the issue of legal jurisdiction within the US.

Standing Together activists resist policy to ask Arabs off the bus

Activists in 'Standing Together' were forcefully removed from bus 18 by the Barzilai Medical Center security guards.

PA panned for freeing Palestinian-American convicted of selling to Jews

A PA court in Ramallah sentenced the 53-year-old Akel to life in prison with hard labor for his role in the real estate transaction with a Jewish organization.

On Women’s March, Sarsour rejects Farrakhan’s antisemitism, defends BDS

Sarsour, a leader of the Women’s March movement, called herself “a proud Palestinian-American woman” and said that “there are no perfect leaders.”

In a divided Poland, a united Gdansk mourns slain mayor

The murder of Gdansk mayor Pawel Adamowicz, who was supportive of the city's Jewish and LGBT communities, brings residents together to question a climate of hate.

Two attacks on Jews in Brooklyn in two days roils Crown Heights neighborhood

The Anti-Defamation League on Friday offered a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of attacker.

Gedera beckons

After 132 years, the first hotel opens in the historic moshava.

Qatar: Gaza payouts on track after delay over border violence
צילום: AFP
After Israel prevented third installment of Qatari funds from entering Strip in protest of Palestinian violence, head of Qatar's Gaza Reconstruction Committee confirms additional $150 million will arrive Wednesday.

Shaked to Druze community: Nation-State Law will not be amended

צילום: יריב כץ
Justice minister tells protesters near her Tel Aviv home that the controversial legislation, which 'defines Israel as the national home of the Jewish people,' doesn't harm their community.

Report: Syrian air defense repels Israeli attack in south

Source tells state news agency: 'Our air defence systems thwarted an Israeli air aggression and prevented it from achieving any of its goals'; meanwhile, Iron Dome intercepts a rocket fired at Golan Heights.

In Chad, Netanyahu hails 'historic' renewal of ties

צילום: קובי גדעון, לע"מ
Israel and Muslim-majority African nation restore relations during the first ever visit by Israeli leader, as PM continues bid to embrace nation traditionally supportive of Palestinians at UN.

Exclusive: PA's letter to Pompeo rejecting US aid, fearing terror lawsuits

צילום: AP
Palestinian PM sent the Trump administration a polite notice declining American financial assistance, which he said had become 'dividing force' due to enhanced terrorism law.

'Why did they shoot to kill?'

A former IDF soldier wielding a knife is shot dead in the street by police, and it later emerges he had mental health issues; his family say he was killed because he is Ethiopian, and accuse the police of racism.

Ski season kicks off on Hermon as weather warms up

צילום: אתר החרמון
Extreme sports enthusiastst from all over Israel rush to the country's only ski resort as the temperatures expected to warm up and hit above seasonal average by the end of the week.

Netanyahu slams AG: TV interview at such timing raises serious questions

צילום: עמית שאבי, מארק ישראל סלם
Amid reports Attorney General Mandelblit plans to indict Prime Minister Netanyahu in two cases, Netanyahu launches attack on Mandelblit, saying quotes from him reported by Channel 12 are 'unprecedented in the history of Israeli justice and raise serious questions.'

Australian rallies demand safe streets for women after Israeli student murder

Photo: EPA
Some 3,000 people participate in Women's March rally in Sydney, urging government to take steps to ensure safety of women after 21-year-old Aiia Maasarwe was killed when walking home following a night out.

Man charged with murder in death of Israeli in Australia

Photo: AP
Australian court charges Cody Herrmann—the suspect arrested for the murder of a 21-year-old Arab-Israeli student—with rape and murder.

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'The cop murdered him,' angry mourners yell as Bat Yam man buried
Frustration boils over at funeral for Yehuda Biadga, an Israeli of Ethiopian descent, who police say was shot after he ran at an officer with a knife

This Tu Bishvat, Ag Ministry says it’s the ripe time to leave dried fruit behind
Tradition of eating dried fruit to mark Israel's Arbor Day harkens back to a time when it was hard to get fresh fruit from Israel; now, most dried fruit is from Turkey

France awards Auschwitz museum director its highest honor
With numbers of survivors dwindling, Piotr Cywinski hailed for his fight to preserve Holocaust history against the evil of 'intellectual emptiness'

Remains of Holocaust victims found at UK museum finally brought to burial
'We have been given the privilege to show you dignity here at your funeral,' Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis says of the unidentified Auschwitz victims, 5 adults and one child

Syria launched surface-to-surface rocket in response to Israeli raid — reports
Incoming projectile intercepted before it reached Israeli Golan; unclear how IDF, with its new commander, will respond

‘Only the strong survive’: Gantz’s new campaign videos laud his IDF bona fides
Ex-army chief boasts how many terrorists killed on his watch, but also says pursuing peace 'not shameful,' and Israelis shouldn't have to tell their children we 'didn't even try'

PM: Renewal of Chad ties is proof of Israel’s ‘rising standing’ in Muslim world
Netanyahu cites support from some Arab states for his trip to N'Djamena, says success comes despite active efforts by Palestinians and Iran to torpedo the move

Super blood wolf moon to illuminate Sunday’s night sky
An unusual set of celestial circumstances, a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, come together for skywatchers in Europe, Africa and the Americas, but not so much in Israel

Life sentence sought for Turkish employee of US Consulate charged with espionage
Ankara accuses Metin Topuz, jailed since 2017, of helping police officers organize an attempted coup in 2013

A forgotten chapter: When Jewish America spoke Yiddish — and was anarchist
A January 20 conference hosted by the YIVO Institute covers a seldom-recognized piece of US Jewry's immigrant experience -- and one that may serve a marginalized sector today

Police ready to secure new Ramon airport
New police station ready to open at the new Ramon International Airport in the south.

Anti-Semitic, violent messages found in Maryland middle school
Maryland middle school bathroom vandalized with anti-Jewish and violent messages.

The Silent Majority
Despite claims Trump's 2016 victory was owed to blue collar workers or Rust Belt whites, election was voice of nation-wide silent majority.

Holocaust victims laid to rest in Britain
Remains of six Holocaust victims killed in Auschwitz laid to rest 22 years after being sent to Imperial War Museum in London.

Hotovely: Bennett must remove Breaking the Silence from schools
Deputy Foreign Minister calls on Education to enforce law to prevent Breaking the Silence activists from speaking at Jerusalem school.

Watch: Two attacks on Jews in Brooklyn in two days
Jewish man punched by black male in apparently random assault in Brooklyn. Two days later, similar attack reported on Jewish woman.

Jerusalem school to host 'Breaking the Silence'
School to ignore 'Breaking the Silence Law' banning organization for educational institutions.

Washington businesses hit with 'Jews Exit' graffiti
Suspected anti-Semitic graffiti in Washington DC calling for 'Jexit'.

Palestinian Authority snubs US: We don't want your money
PA notifies US it will no longer accept aid, in protest of anti-terror funding law. Israel pushing for compromise to continue US aid to PA.

Lawyer: Dramatic development in 'Jewish terror' case
Detention of minor arrested in connected with killing of Arab woman extended, indictment delayed.

Elsztain fights to keep control of Clal Insurance
The sale of control in Clal Insurance by IDB Development to Discount Investment will probably not pass fit and proper examinations.

Sun: TASE rises for fourth-straight session
Perrigo and IFF led the market higher today.

Partner TV to market personalized ads
The company is installing an Addressable TV system in its broadcasts, which adapts advertising to individual viewers.

Can Ramon Airport breathe new life into Eilat?
The new airport offers exemptions from landing fees and Israeli government subsidies per passenger.

Apartments sold and rented
A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including in Tel Aviv, Ramat Hasharon, Ness Ziona, Afula and Kiryat Ata.

Unlimited applies for new Communications Ministry license
Cellcom's entry into the Israeli fiber optic venture is expected to change its mode of operation substantially.

Netanyahu in Chad: Israel revolutionizing ties with Muslim world
Israel and Chad are expected to renew the ties broken off 50 years ago and sign deals for agricultural systems, military equipment and weapons.

IFF Frutarom completes acquisition of Thai co Mighty
IFF Frutarom Division president Amos Anatot: The completion of this deal with Mighty underscores that the Frutarom division will continue on its growth strategy.

B Com plans NIS 150m equity offering as sale talks renew
Assuming that it is successful, the offering will enable Bezeq parent company B Communications to service its debt until the end of 2021.

Fortissimo buys Arison's Salt of the Earth
Arison expected a deal for NIS 250-300 million, but got only NIS 160 million for Israel's largest salt producer.

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