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Former top US military officers call for rejection of Iran deal
Nearly 200 retired U.S. generals and admirals urge Congress to nix Iran deal, saying it threatens U.S. national security Deal will let Iran "become far more dangerous, render the Mideast still more unstable, and introduce new threats," letter says.
 
Clifford D. May | The Parchin precedent
The premise underlying the Iran deal is "trust, don't verify."
Judith Bergman | British hypocrisy
Why do the Brits who want Netanyahu arrested for "war crimes" not have the smallest issue with the U.K. doing business with Iran?
Dror Eydar | The day of rest
It is unimaginable that a Jew in the Jewish state could be fined for not working on Shabbat.
Mati Tuchfeld | Some humility is in order
The retired police officers irked by Hirsch's nomination are the ones responsible for the Israel Police's sorry state.
Israel strikes Hamas site in Gaza after rocket attack
After rocket explodes in open area in southern Israel Thursday morning, Israeli Air Force targets Hamas weapons manufacturing site in Gaza Border Police officer wounded in east Jerusalem firebombing Palestinian ax attack thwarted at Damascus Gate.
Netanyahu embarks on official Italy visit
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to meet with Italian PM Matteo Renzi and visit Israel's "Fields of Tomorrow" exhibit at Expo Milan 2015 Visit marks Netanyahu's first overnight trip abroad since being re-elected in March.
Israeli museum repairs ancient artifact broken in mishap
Israel Museum says the gold-glass item has been restored and returned to its display case Initially, the museum said a young girl inadvertently broke the artifact, but it later changed its account and said the circumstances of the mishap were unclear.
Ex-police chiefs seek to foil new commissioner nomination
Dozens of retired senior police officers hold emergency meeting to thwart Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan's decision to name former IDF officer Gal Hirsch as commissioner Erdan: People entrusted with guarding democracy are trying to undermine it.
Amid Syria tensions, IDF chief tours Golan border area
IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot visits Golan Heights, including Mount Hermon overlooking Syria Eizenkot receives briefing on the ongoing civil war in Syria and its security implications for Israel.
Likud MK urges incitement probe against Yedioth reporter
MK Yoav Kisch asks attorney general to order a criminal investigation against senior Yedioth Ahronoth journalist Igal Sarna for allegedly comparing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Hitler on Facebook Sarna denies allegations, says post removed.
Uproar after Tel Aviv market fines Sabbath-observing cafe
Sarona Market says cafe breached contract by closing over the weekend Move sparks social media storm, forcing market to cancel fine "I'm a private person who observes Shabbat. I don't want to start religious wars," says owner.
FBI warns US art dealers about antiquities looted from Syria, Iraq
FBI says there is evidence collectors have recently been offered artifacts plundered by Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq Sale of artifacts on black market has become a source of funding for the extremist Sunni group.
Shas head may delay natural gas industry framework
Economy and Trade Minister Aryeh Deri tells associates he would rather have new Antitrust Authority director handle details of natural gas deal "We've waited since 2010, I see no harm in waiting a few more weeks," he says.
Hero of Soviet Jewish aliyah dies at age 88
Mark Dymshits played a key role in 1970's "Operation Wedding," which aimed to draw international attention to the plight of Soviet Jewry "He was a hero of Israel in our generation," says Immigrant Absorption Minister Zeev Elkin.