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Cease-fire or fight on? Israel weighs next step in Gaza
Diplomatic-Security Cabinet to meet to decide future of Operation Protective Edge Senior IDF officer: Political echelon must decide whether campaign will be brought to an end or expanded IDF hits 80 targets in Gaza.
 
Dr. Haim Shine | Israel must choose life
Israeli leaders must act in the interests of our country, even if those interests are inconsistent with the wishes of the U.S.
 
MK Shaul Mofaz | Gaza demilitarization is vital
Israel must exhaust all military actions against Hamas and force it up against a wall.
Dror Eydar | The Left too shall sober up
From the perspective of the Arabs in Gaza, Judea and Samaria or the rest of the crazies in the Middle East, there's no difference between Kibbutz Nir Am and Tel Aviv.
Yoav Limor | Battle for the image
Hamas' recent media ploys may signal its desire to gain the coveted "victory image" ahead of a cease-fire.
Clifford D. May | Advice to Israelis: Endure the slander
But take the opportunity to demonstrate that Hamas brings Gazans terrible suffering and no benefits.
Obama-Netanyahu phone call transcript denied as 'fabrication'
White House and Prime Minister's Office refute veracity of transcript, reported by Channel 1, in which Obama allegedly tells PM "Israel is not in the position that it can choose its mediators" PMO: Transcript bears no "resemblance to reality."
Fallen IDF soldiers laid to rest
Funerals held for Sgts. Nadav Raimond, Sagi Erez, Daniel Kedmi, Dor Dery and Barkey Ishai Shor, all killed in the cross-border tunnel attack near Gaza on Monday in which terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at an IDF post.
Boaz Bismuth | Yesteryear is here
The world and our enemy may have changed, but the same fighting spirit of 1967 still beats in our soldiers.
Jerusalem area comes under rocket fire after quiet week
Sirens heard in Tzur Hadassah, Beitar Ilit, Beit Shemesh, Gush Etzion and Abu Ghosh on Tuesday night Iron Dome intercepts two rockets above Rishon Lezion and Holon More than 70 rockets and mortars fired at southern Israel on Tuesday.
UN says more rockets found at one of its Gaza schools
For third time during Operation Protective Edge, caches of rockets found at a UNRWA school in the Gaza Strip UNRWA spokesman condemns those responsible for placing civilians in harm's way, but does not specifically blame any party.
Deif: Our soldiers want to die as much as yours want to live
Hamas military wing commander Mohammed Deif releases a recorded message, saying, "The Zionist military is defeated. The balance of power has changed" Deif repeats Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal's terms for a cease-fire agreement.
'Iran trying to re-arm Hamas in Gaza'
Iran making effort to improve relations with Hamas, which soured over Syria civil war Israeli official: Hamas only has a few dozen rockets left with a range of more than 45 kilometers.
Hanin Zoabi suspended from Knesset for 6 months
Following complaints by MKs over her anti-Israel statements, Balad MK barred by Ethics Committee from plenum sessions, committees' meetings for six months Move is the harshest sanction that can be imposed on MKs Zoabi: Decision unconstitutional.
Kfar Aza family: 'We will not leave our home'
"Life here in the family is like being an army cook: a week of war in Kfar Aza, and then a few days away to relax. But for better or worse, we are staying," Kfar Aza resident Nadav Goldstein says.
Rabbis to cancel summer break for yeshivas if Gaza war persists
Senior rabbis from the largest Orthodox streams say instead of beginning a three-week vacation next week, yeshiva students will instead pray for the success of the military operation in Gaza and the welfare of Israeli soldiers and southern residents.
1,000 people attend Jerusalem memorial event for slain teens
President Reuven Rivlin commends the families of Gil-ad Shaer, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach for their courage, value of life Rivlin: "We must insist on life and on the value of life. We must remind ourselves that there is another way."
Israel Broadcasting Authority to close in 2015
Knesset approves new Public Broadcasting Law, which includes complete overhaul of public broadcast in Israel "We don't want to destroy anything, only to build something new," says reform committee head MK Karin Alharar Legislation termed "historic."