Thursday November 26, 2015
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'No gestures to Palestinians until calm is restored'
During meetings with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Jerusalem on Tuesday, PM Benjamin Netanyahu seeks international legitimacy to build in main settlement blocs State Department: We are not changing decades-old U.S. policy on settlements.
Judith Bergman | Demanding fair treatment
If we Jews do not fight for Israel to be treated fairly in the world, who will do so for us?
Aharon Lapidot | A nightmare scenario
The goal of Israel's coordination with Russia is to prevent any incident similar to the one on the Turkey-Syria border on Tuesday.
Yehiel Shavi | The Arab delusion of 'return'
Some Israeli Arabs are agitating to return to the lands their ancestors left, regardless of the fact that Jews live there now.
Clifford D. May | Memo to campaign advisers
What's in your national security briefing book?
Israeli seriously wounded in Hebron area stabbing
Palestinian terrorist shot and wounded at scene after stabbing Israeli man in upper body at al-Fawwar junction southwest of Hebron Wounded Israeli, age 20, transported to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem for medical treatment.
Ezra Schwartz's life-saving legacy
After his bar mitzvah five years ago, Ezra Schwartz donated his gift money to United Hatzalah, which used it to buy an "ambucycle" New England Patriots observe moment of silence for Schwartz, an avid Patriots fan who was killed by a terrorist last week.
Sarah N. Stern | Jewish lives matter
What happens to the Jews goes on to happen to the rest of the world.
Downed Russian pilot rescued by Syrian military
Syrian commandos rescue one of two pilots of Russian plane shot down by Turkey Other pilot killed on the ground by Syrian rebels Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country does not wish to escalate tensions with Russia.
Boaz Bismuth | Complicating a complex situation
Is Turkey's shooting down of a Russian fighter jet linked to Russia's bombardment of Islamic State targets in Syria?
Ancient Jewish community endures on Tunisian isle
The Jewish community on the Tunisian resort island of Djerba traces its roots back to the Babylonian exile of 586 B.C.E., and is one of the few communities of its kind to have survived the turmoil around the creation of Israel.
Soldier slain in terrorist stabbing is laid to rest
Hundreds attend funeral of 18-year-old Ziv Mizrahi "With a knife in his heart, he shot the terrorist! That is Ziv, a hero of Israel," eulogizes his bereaved father, Doron Mizrahi, whose brother was killed in a terrorist bombing in 2003.
President Rivlin: Gush Etzion has become front line
"Our reality is such that the homefront has become the front line," President Reuven Rivlin tells the family of terror victim Yaakov Don Rivlin visits Gush Etzion Junction, lays stone on memorial for terror victim Hadar Buchris.
'Terror must be fought against, not justified'
Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon slams international community for hypocrisy on terrorism "If the U.N. wants to play a constructive role, it must get a grip on reality and hold the Palestinians accountable," he says.
'Gaza front quieter than it has been for 15 years'
Former GOC Southern Command head Maj. Gen. Sami Turgeman says the defense establishment "recognizes the threats and is preparing for many different scenarios" Operation Protective Edge "created deterrence," he says.
Habayit Hayehudi MK suspected of sexual harassment
Two women who worked with MK Yinon Magal when he was editor of the Walla news website allege he harassed them Magal apologizes on Facebook Attorney general considers criminal investigation MKs demand Habayit Hayehudi suspend Magal from Knesset.
Prof. Aviad Hacohen | Best to reserve judgment
The need to wage all-out war against sexual harassment cannot replace the presumption of innocence.
PM rebukes Likud MK for mocking disabled lawmaker
MK Oren Hazan incurs wrath of fellow lawmakers after ridiculing wheelchair-bound Yesh Atid MK Karin Elharar during a Knesset vote Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologizes to Elharar, says, "I will not tolerate racism, discrimination, or abuse."
OECD lauds high education rates among Israelis
Israel is one of only a handful of countries to increase spending on education despite global financial crisis, says Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in latest education report.
Sara Netanyahu commends courage of battered women
To mark International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women, prime minister's wife visits battered women's shelter "No woman deserves to live with violence," she says Interior Minister Gilad Erdan calls for harsher penalties for abusive men.
Obama, Hollande pledge solidarity against Islamic State
"The Paris attacks generated a lot of emotions. But that's not enough. We must act," says French President Francois Hollande United States, France hope for Russian cooperation, willingness to stop supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Dr. Ephraim Kam | ISIS terrorism benefits Iran
With Islamic State grabbing world attention, Iran is turning into an influential and sought-after regional player whose radicalism is being ignored by Western governments.