Friday November 27, 2015
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Gestures toward Palestinians proposed by IDF spark anger
Top government officials react angrily to comments made by a senior IDF officer in favor of proposed steps to ease tensions with the Palestinians "The Palestinians will not be given weapons," says Prime Minister's Office official.
Dan Margalit | Not a time for gestures
Now, as we fight the stabbing intifada, we cannot take security steps that reveal opposing ideas about our defense.
Prof. Eyal Zisser | Sinking in the Syrian mud
The Russian bear is wounded, and it will retaliate ferociously and without restraint. Israel needs to proceed with extreme caution.
Isi Leibler | Life over civil liberties
The indisputable prime responsibility of any government is to protect the lives of its citizens. Even if only one Israeli life is saved, the price of encroaching on civil liberties will be justified.
Palestinian killed after trying to stab Israelis in Samaria
Terrorist is shot after charging at Border Police at Tapuach Junction waving a knife In separate incident, Palestinian Health Ministry reports that a Palestinian was killed in clashes with IDF during arrest raid IDF says it is looking into report.
Greek PM vows to strengthen ties with Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Greek counterpart, Alexis Tsipras, in Jerusalem "We believe the Greek economy will bounce back, and I intend to encourage Israeli investors to invest in Greece," Netanyahu says.
Police focus on co-workers in harrassment probe against MK
Habayit Hayehudi MK Yinon Magal, who quit as faction leader in wake of sexual harassment allegations, may have to confront accusers if full criminal probe is launched "Our goal is to determine whether a pattern can be established," police say.
Gideon Allon | MKs cannot be fired
MKs may be subject to disciplinary action but they cannot be removed from office until the legal process plays out.
As Russia-Turkey relations sour, Israel may see tourism swell
Following the downing of a Russian warplane by the Turkish Air Force this week, Israeli tourism officials believe some of the 4.5 million Russian tourists who visit Turkey annually may prefer to vacation in Israel instead.
Bill seeking to jail minors involved in terrorism passes first vote
Amid recent terror wave, which has seen a rise in number of minors participating in violent acts, Knesset seeks to give courts ability to send offenders under the age of 14 to jail "It will provide greater security for Israelis," says MK.
Iran pledges to back Palestinians 'in any way we can'
"Despite all the efforts of the Arrogance [the U.S.] ... and even with cooperation from Arab countries, the Palestinian intifada [uprising] has started in the West Bank," says Ayatollah Ali Khamenei He says Palestinian attackers are not terrorists.
Israel holds Holocaust survivors' beauty contest
Sixteen women who survived the Holocaust walk runway in Haifa in event hailed as affirmation of life Helping Hand, which aids thousands of Holocaust survivors, set up pageant "They wanted us to understand that we need to celebrate life," says judge.
PM supports battered women, says he's 'outraged by violence'
On visit to women's shelter, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledges to punish perpetrators, calls on women "to file complaints, take action, don't give up. You deserve to live a respectable life and to raise your children in security."
WATCH: Campus Zionism, the next generation
Leora Noor Eisenberg speaks with Israel Hayom Insider host Steve Ganot about her experiences as a young Zionist activist and what Zionists can do to defend Israel on campus from the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
Leading cause of death for Israelis: Cancer
One quarter of all Israeli deaths in 2013 caused by cancers, figures show For Israeli women, mortality rate from breast cancer among highest in OECD Second-highest cause of death is heart disease, followed by strokes and diabetes.
Kremlin: Russia awaiting answer from Ankara on downing jet
Russia sends advanced missile system to Syria to protect its jets operating there and pledges it will keep flying missions near Turkish airspace Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan refuses to apologize for downing Russian warplane on Tuesday.
8-year-old Indiana Jones fan discovers First Temple-era statue
Itay Halperin from Pardesiya dreamed of becoming an archaeologist one day, but that day came sooner than expected During a trip with his family to an excavation site in central Israel, the boy discovers the head of an ancient fertility goddess statue.
Controversial French comic jailed for 2 months for Holocaust denial
Judges rule that remarks made by French comedian Dieudonne M'bala M'bala in front of an audience of 1,100 people in the town of Herstal were clearly calls to hatred and violence Judges order him to publish ruling in two leading Belgian newspapers.