Israel

Yadlin Urges Realistic Policy on Iran Nuclear Deal

The former head of IDF intelligence and the current head of Tel Aviv University Institute for National Security Studies, Amos Yadlin, expressed doubts on Monday about the wisdom of the…

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U.S. Air Force Opens First Base Ever in Israel

The first military base ever established by the United States in Israel was opened on Monday, an air defense base in the Negev. “It’s nothing less than historic,” Brig. Gen.…

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Disabled Israelis Take Protest to Knesset

The protest movement for expanded benefits for disabled Israelis, which took to the streets and blocked traffic at major intersections through recent months to get its message across, took its…

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Trump and Netanyahu Meet in New York

In a brief appearance with reporters just before their meeting on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the U.N. General Assembly Monday, U.S. President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime…

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Galil Arabs Win Access to Carmiel-Tel Aviv Train

Arab towns in the Galil will enjoy better access to the new fast train link to Tel Aviv than originally planned, after a lobbying effort on their behalf secured additional…

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Iran Tops Netanyahu’s Agenda in New York

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will be meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday, and Iran will top the agenda. Netanyahu, who has called for a cancellation or revision…

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Netanyahu Chides Israeli Media Coverage From Abroad

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu took another swipe at the Israeli media’s coverage of his government, this time from outside the country, as he upbraided them from the U.S. for ignoring…

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IDF Moves to Stem Smoking Among Soldiers

After months of planning, the IDF is putting into effect a plan to reduce the number of smokers in its ranks. The plan includes reducing the number of areas on…

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