Israel

Iran Cranks Up Retaliation Rhetoric

Iran cranked up its threat propaganda on Tuesday, as Brigadier General Kioumars Heydari, the commander of the Iranian ground forces, claimed that “the date has already been set” for the…

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Golan Druze March for Assad

Druze residents in the Israeli Golan Heights made a show of support for Syrian President Bashar Assad on Tuesday, as hundreds marched in protest over airstrikes against suspected chemical weapons…

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Fast Train to Yerushalayim Slowed Again

Initially scheduled for a Pesach opening, the fast train between Tel Aviv and Yerushalayim was postponed until Erev Sukkos due to safety concerns. Now the project is expected to be…

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French Mayor Refused Entry to Israel

Interior Minister Rabbi Aryeh Deri refused permission of entry into Israel to the mayor of the Parisian suburb of Gennevilliers, Patrice Leclerc, a BDS supporter, Arutz Sheva reported on Monday.…

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Ancient Oil Lamp Found on New ‘Sanhedrin Trail’

Israeli students and volunteers working on the creation of a new hiking attraction called the Sanhedrin Trail have discovered an oil lamp with a menorah engraving that archeologists believe to…

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Liberman Rejects Russian Constraints in Syria

Until recently, Israel had to formulate its political and military policies with its great ally the United States in mind. Now Israel must take into consideration the views of Russia…

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New Israeli Ambassador Arrives in Amman

Amir Weisbrod, Israel’s new ambassador to Jordan, landed in Amman Monday morning to begin work. He is set to present his credentials to Jordanian officials in the coming days. Weisbrod,…

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