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2 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News
Two terrorists were arrested near Bethlehem overnight Thursday/Friday, due to a joint effort by the IDF's elite Duvdevan unit and the Judea-Samaria District Police, it has been cleared for publication Friday.
2 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
Commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, attends a press conference in Tehran The Iranian Revolutionary Guards on Friday hailed the "victory" of Palestinian militants in this summer's Gaza war againt Israel and vowed "defensive" support for the Palestinians.
2 hrs ago | Israellycool
Last week Matti Friedmann wrote the most important article on the media and Israel of recent years.
6 hrs ago | KVBC-TV Las Vegas
Israel's controversial West Bank barrier weaves its way between the Palestinian refugee camp of Shuafat and the Jewish neighborhood of Pisgat Zeev July 19, 2009 in East Jerusalem, the part of the city Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Six Day War.
8 hrs ago | Forward
The monumental tapestry triptych by Marc Chagall that hangs in the State Hall of the Israeli Knesset in Jerusalem hints at some of the artist's memories, including some from his childhood in Vitebsk, Russia.
The IDF and Israel Security Agency prevented a major cyber attack on Israel during Operation Protective Edge, military officials say.
Mohammed Tauzy, far left, was buried by rubble when an airstrike hit his home in Jabalia, northern Gaza.
After 50 days of fighting that took some 2,200 lives, leveled large areas of the Gaza Strip and paralyzed Israel's south for the summer, Israeli and Palestinian leaders reached an open-ended cease-fire agreement on Tuesday that promised only limited change to conditions in Gaza and left unresolved the broader issues underpinning the conflict.
A former Jerusalem-based reporter for the Associated Press has written a lengthy piece documenting what he says is the institutional bias that guides the mainstream media's Israel-Palestinian coverage.
Sirens didn't shake the Michigan State University senior. Neither did a punch in the face from a police officer during a riot.
Politicians, family and friends implored the U.S. and Israeli governments at a Tuesday press conference to ratchet up their search for a Lakewood religious student who went missing Friday during a hike in Jerusalem.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:24 am
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