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PM: International community must insist on better Iran deal
PM Benjamin Netanyahu: Iran must stop its aggression and its threats to annihilate Israel Concessions offered by world powers to Iran will ensure a dangerous, bad deal, Netanyahu says.
Boaz Bismuth | The Persian bazaar in Lausanne
Iran came to Lausanne to sell its product at the highest price. Instead of a carpet, it brought its nuclear program.
Nadav Shragai | Obama, Passover, and true freedom
Obama is not treating Israel as a liberated entity, but rather as a vassal state and banana republic.
Prof. Eyal Zisser | The invigorated Middle East
The new Middle East theater is shaping up to be one where Arab rulers are not afraid to fight the Iranian threat and ward off regional chaos.
Clifford D. May | Satrapy fishing in the Yemen
Iran's plans for a new Persian empire are apparent to all but the 'willfully ignorant.'
Elliott Abrams | Yemen and Gaza: Why the different reactions?
The almost certain silence in the U.N. about the attack on the refugee camp in Yemen is worth recalling the next time Israel is attacked for doing far less.
Iran nuclear talks extended, Russia says 'key aspects' agreed
Six world powers and Iran extend negotiations into Wednesday in bid to reach an outline accord Iranian and Russian officials express optimism that an initial agreement is within reach French, German leaders: No deal better than a bad deal.
Poll: US public support for Palestinian state hits 20-year low
New Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 39% of Americans support establishment of Palestinian state, while 36% oppose it Survey further finds 50% of Americans disapprove of how President Barack Obama is handling U.S.-Israel relations.
PM vows to 'heal society's wounds' as new Knesset sworn in
"Our first mission will be to heal the rifts and unite around the issues the public deems important," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says as Israel's 120 lawmakers, 39 of them new members of parliament, take their oaths of office.
Dan Margalit | Four questions for new MKs
It is time for the Knesset to usher in reforms on a range of issues.
Likud: Kulanu party making over-the-top demands in coalition talks
Moshe Kahlon's party holds additional talks with Likud, expected to ask for more government agencies, chairmanship of Knesset Finance Committee Talks with most parties in limbo Yuli Edelstein reappointed as Knesset speaker, garnering massive majority.
Smadar Bat Adam | No to a unity government
The public didn't merely say what it wants, it screamed it loud and clear, and our elected officials now need to listen.
IDF expects 1,000-1,500 rockets daily in next Lebanon war
IDF briefs municipalities on northern front war scenarios IDF Northern Command officer: 27% of Israelis don't have shelters or readily available protection Outgoing IDF Homefront Command chief: "Homefront has become the main theater [of war]."
US citizens suing Hamas for rocket fire on Ben-Gurion Airport
26 Americans who were at the airport during last summer's Gaza war were forced to run to bomb shelters Shurat Hadin Israel Law Center: U.S. law allows prosecution for attacks on American citizens at international airports.
Illegal migrants can now opt to leave Israel for African countries
Initiative by Interior Minister Gilad Erdan seeks to expand project encouraging illegal work seekers to leave Israel voluntarily Two African nations have agreed to take in migrants Advocacy groups: There is no such thing as "leaving voluntarily."
Noha Hashad's exodus from Egypt
Egyptian nuclear scientist Noha Hashad expressed interest in Israel and found herself under the scrutiny of Egyptian intelligence, who interrogated her under suspicion of spying for Israel She was imprisoned for 11 years, tortured and left handicapped.
Obama ends freeze on US military aid to Egypt
Release of 12 Lockheed Martin F-16 aircraft, 20 Boeing Harpoon missiles, and up to 125 M1A1 Abrams tank kits is "in the interest of U.S. national security" Decision announced after phone call between Obama and Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
New 'Daily Show' host feels heat for tweets deriding Jews, women
Comedian Trevor Noah in 2010 tweet: "South Africans know how to recycle like israel knows how to be peaceful" A 2012 post mocks "jewish chicks" Noah: "To reduce my views to a handful of jokes that didn't land is not a true reflection of my character."