Tuesday April 28, 2015
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Israel foils terrorist attack on border with Syria
Military on high alert after intercepting terrorists trying to place explosives on Israel-Syria border PM: Any attempt to harm soldiers or civilians will meet a determined response Nusra Front reportedly strikes Syrian targets north of Damascus.
Yoav Limor | Every incident could potentially escalate
The unstable dynamic on in the north makes for a dangerous game of retaliatory pingpong between Israel and Hezbollah.
Dan Margalit | Israel goes above and beyond
The average Israeli should feel proud of Israel's exemplary conduct on the humanitarian front. So why are we being criticized?
Eli Hazan | A light unto the nations
When the IDF rescuers arrive in Nepal, they will fulfill David Ben-Gurion's mission of utilizing the military to advance educational and socio-economic causes.
Dr. Reuven Berko | Yemen as a Middle East hot spot
Iran, temporarily stymied by Sunni Arab coalition supported by the West, is using "peripheral" conflicts as an opening gambit against the Arabian Peninsula.
Yehuda Safra | Sorry, but we're happy after all
Most of us want the good, but we understand there is also bad, and that it is not the end of the world.
Israelis stranded in Nepal appeal for help, IDF sends rescue mission
Contact established with some 400 out of Israeli travelers Concern focuses on around 120 Israeli backpackers who have still not made contact, 26 babies born to surrogate mothers Casualty figures soar above 3,600 as searches for survivors continue.
'Israel won't allow weapons transfer to terrorist groups'
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says Israel will not allow Iran to supply Hezbollah with advanced weapons, or tolerate terrorist infrastructure on the Syrian border "We will know how to get our hands on anyone threatening the Israeli public," he says.
After Netanyahu-Kahlon meeting, Likud and Kulanu near deal
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Kulanu leader Moshe Kahlon order their negotiating teams to finalize coalition deal as quickly as possible Shas leader Aryeh Deri toughens negotiating stance Likud likely to have 12 ministers in next government.
Eyeing Arab ties, Israel to observe nuclear pact meeting
"We think this is the time for all moderate countries to sit and discuss the problems that everyone is facing in the region," says Israeli official Attending the U.N. conference is "meant not to change our policy. It's meant to emphasize our policy."
African migrant charged with indecent act paid to leave Israel
Eritrean migrant on house arrest receives the $3,500 incentive given to illegal migrants who leave Israel, and returns to home country District attorney had requested to keep him in custody If convicted, he would have faced up to seven years in jail.
Israeli military indicts 3 soldiers for looting in Gaza war
Two soldiers allegedly stole cash from a home in Shujaiyyah and passed it on to a third soldier to get it out of the Gaza Strip Military police are conducting 19 investigations into soldiers' conduct during Operation Protective Edge.
Bank of Israel chief's decisions among OECD's 'most surprising'
Bloomberg finds central bank head Dr. Karnit Flug to be the most unpredictable of her peers in the developed world Analyst says the element of surprise may be deliberate: "If your main goal is to affect the currency market, you can't be transparent."
Iran's supreme leader: Black people 'oppressed' by police in US
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei lambasts the United States for its "Hollywood-style" policing practices, which "will not only fail to bring about security, but leads to more insecurity" African-Americans subjected to "oppression" and "humiliation," he says.
Germany marks 70th anniversary of Nazi camp liberation
Thousands, including Holocaust survivors and their relatives, gather at Bergen-Belsen German President Joachim Gauck: Even today, and in the future, the memories of the Holocaust will continue to prompt us to ask "Why?" and make us sad and angry.
Polish city to secure Jewish cemetery following vandalism
Israel Hayom report about vandalism and anti-Semitic graffiti on headstones in Olkusz Jewish cemetery sparks local anger Mayor Roman Piasnik vows to act to protect site City Councilman Adam Szydlowski hopes promise will translate into action.