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27.01.2015
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'World more dangerous when the Jewish people are silent'
Israeli Ambassador to U.S. Ron Dermer: PM Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming visit to Washington is not intended to show any disrespect for President Barack Obama White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough: Our relationship with Israel is deep and abiding.
 
Itsik Saban | Yedioth: Herzog's official mouthpiece
The Left is focused on creating a diversion from reality and denying the public the right to think freely.
Dr. Haim Shine | A new low for the Left
In its despair, the Left has turned to underhanded tactics, making the PM's wife its target.
Lital Shemesh | Caving into terrorism
The cowardly decision to nix the sale of Charlie Hebdo in Israel was a victory for the terrorists.
Dan Margalit | No room for capitulation
Humanity has spent too much blood, sweat and tears to have its freedoms annihilated.
Concrete blocks set up on northern roads to foil snipers
Rapid response teams scrambled after suspicious movement spotted across the border Hezbollah minister says group does not intend to respond to convoy strike Syrian President Bashar Assad tells 'Foreign Affairs' that IAF is "al-Qaida's air force."
'Defamation of PM's wife meant to harm him during elections'
"Meni Naftali and his collaborators bring up Mrs. Netanyahu's name at every opportunity and at any price and invent systematic lies and distortions with the clear timing and intent to influence elections," reads a statement from the Netanyahu family.
Dror Eydar | The familiar tactic, mudslinging
The Left, looking to take down the prime minister in any way possible, is directing its venom at Sara Netanyahu without any regard for the truth.
Netanyahu: Labor-Hatnuah are 'anti-Zionist camp'
PM levels scathing criticism at "Zionist Camp," says parties represent radical Left "We have to win these elections because we know exactly what the Left will do. All it does is look for excuses to make more and more concessions," Netanyahu says.
Hezbollah: With Syria strike, Israel wants to set 'new rules'
Reported Israeli strike in Quneitra last week was "a Zionist attempt to lay the foundation for a new [military] equation," deputy Hezbollah leader says Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon: Iran, Hezbollah trying to open a front with us on the Golan Heights.
Report: Anti-Semitism in US campuses on the rise
New reports indicate disconcerting rise in anti-Semitic incidents, anti-Israel activity in campuses across U.S., various European countries in 2014 Prime Minister Netanyahu: World governments should be more vigilant in their approach to these incidents.
Yaakov Livne | Reflection on a global scale
International Holocaust Remembrance Day forces world leaders to ponder tough questions.
Habayit Hayehudi, 'Zionist Camp' at loggerheads over names
Habayit Hayehudi asks Central Election Committee to order Labor-Hatnuah union to nix "Zionist Camp" name, says it misleads public Labor-Hatnuah counter-petitions, demand Habayit Hayehudi change name, as party operates "contrary to Jewish values."
Iranian website: Netanyahu's sons are targets for assassination
In response to recent reported Israeli strike in Syria that killed Iranian officials, Mashregh website lists sons of current and former Israeli prime ministers as potential targets for retaliation, including Yair and Avner Netanyahu.
Reporter who broke news of prosecutor's death flees to Israel
"I came to Israel because I am an Israeli citizen. I lived here the most important years of my life, and this is a place where I feel safe," says journalist Damian Pachter, who fled Argentina after breaking the news of prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death.
WATCH: Netanyahu takes a firm stance, despite criticism
What is behind the criticism of PM Netanyahu's upcoming speech before the U.S. Congress and his participation in the Paris rally? Editor Steve Ganot speaks with columnists Ruthie Blum and Annika Hernroth-Rothstein about Israel's involvement abroad.
IDF changes wording of commendations given to women
"We, in the IDF, decided to reword the certificates of appreciation for female soldiers. The new wording will not include the phrase 'not losing her composure,'" IDF Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Moti Almoz announces I am very sorry for the offense, he adds.
Beit Shemesh to compensate women over modesty signs
Four women to receive $3,750 each in damages after the Beit Shemesh municipality failed to remove "hurtful, degrading and discriminatory" signs asking women to cover their bodies in modest clothing and to avoid lingering in certain areas.
Swedish journalist poses as Jew, documents anti-Semitism
Peter Lindgren conducted an experiment: He put on a kippah and a Star of David and documented the responses of residents of the Swedish city of Malmo The resulting video features locals calling him a "dirty Jew" and worse.
Elliott Abrams | No 'gentlemen's agreement' for Jews in Sweden
The problem isn't quiet, unwritten agreements keeping Jews out of select country clubs or restricted neighborhoods; it is that Jews cannot assure their children's safety.