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US 'seriously considering' moving embassy to Jerusalem
"Under President Donald Trump, if the world knows nothing else, the world will know this: America stands with Israel," Vice President Mike Pence tells AIPAC The U.S. will pursue Middle East peace but it will not compromise Israel's security, he says.
 
Dr. Shaul Shay | Extreme measures as calculated risks
Israel's experience teaches that measured use of targeted assassinations as part of a broader array of resources can significantly contribute to the war on terror.
Smadar Bat Adam | At the service of a fake reality
Left-wing groups have been using Hebron to advance their false narrative of the conflict. Actor Richard Gere's visit to the city was a case in point.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Trump reining in his administration
The Trump administration's foreign policy model is still unknown, but it seems highly likely it will be different than anything we have seen before.
'No daylight' between Israel and US, ambassador tell AIPAC
Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer praises new administration, says "both of our governments recognize that foremost among [our] challenges remains Iran" PM Netanyahu to address AIPAC conference via live broadcast from Israel on Monday.
Iran imposes sanctions on 15 US companies over ties with Israel
Islamic republic also cites "support for terrorism" and "human rights violations" as reasons for sanctions Iran is said to be mulling branding U.S. military, CIA as terrorist groups if Congress designates Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization.
PM warns of misreporting on Israel-US settlement talks
"Our talks with the White House are continuing; I hope they will conclude quickly," PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Yesha Council: "Nothing other than construction throughout all of Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley is acceptable to us."
After top operative's death, Hamas threatens 'assassination equation'
Hamas has no leads on who killed high-profile official Mazen Faqha "The criminal Zionist entity will shoulder the responsibility for this murder. The Zionist enemy will pay a heavy price for trying to change the rules of the game," Hamas official says.
Israeli Arab arrested for allegedly transferring funds to Islamic State
Nazareth resident Fadil Saber Kinanah is believed to have arranged a wire transfer to Iraq through a foreign currency trader in Jenin Kinanah's brother entered Syria in 2014 to join Islamic State, and was killed there Kinanah faces security charges.
Report: Mossad tried to recruit double agents in France in 2010
France's domestic intelligence agency alleges that during joint Israeli-French operation on Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, Israeli agents tried to recruit French agents as spies Mossad agents reportedly documented paying potential double agents.
Haredi leaflet calls for prayers so harm befalls IDF officer
Pamphlets accuse IDF yeshiva students' unit head Maj. Yaakov Rashi of being a "wicked, evil man," call on ultra-Orthodox community to add passages from Psalms on "the loss of the wicked" to their prayers IDF condemns "this serious incitement."
New bill aims to bar High Court from striking down Knesset laws
"The constitutional revolution has disrupted the delicate balance between the legislative branch and the judiciary," bill promoted by Habayit Hayehudi says Current law doesn't grant the High Court the authority to declare a law null and void, it says.
PM, finance minister fail to resolve public broadcasting row
Despite two meetings, future of Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation still unresolved Attorney general to review new legal frameworks for broadcasting body Likud MK: Finance minister's intransigence could leave election as only choice.
Mati Tuchfeld | Behind the broadcasting crisis
The finance minister has not managed to convince the prime minister that his objection to shutting down the new public broadcaster was due solely to financial considerations.
Memorial to Israel's deadliest air disaster opens in Tel Aviv
Families organize memorial to mark 20th anniversary of mid-air collision between two transport helicopters that killed 73 soldiers "Our country and the soldiers who were killed for it are above all political disagreements," victim's sister says.
6 MKs waive annual pay raise in solidarity with middle class
MKs Revital Swid, Ayelet Nahmias-Verbin, Mickey Levy, David Bitan, David Amsalem and Yifat Shasha-Biton forgo 900 shekel monthly raise Amsalem: I feel uncomfortable taking a raise while salaries of workers not in the public sector are eroding.
Warning: Islamic State terrorists likely to target Israelis in Sinai
Counterterrorism Bureau has videos showing terrorists practicing attacks against Israelis vacationing in Sinai Peninsula Israelis advised to avoid travel to Turkey, Jordan, Thailand, India, Greece, Cyprus Israelis already in Turkey advised to leave.
Cathay Pacific's Tel Aviv-Hong Kong route takes flight
Hong Kong-based carrier is operating four weekly flights, with a fifth to be added in September due to growing demand Route to lower flight prices by up to 15% Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz: This is a day of celebration for Israeli aviation.