Tuesday July 28, 2015
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PM: We oppose demolition of settler homes in Beit El
Violence erupts as police evacuate protesters from two structures slated for demolition under High Court order in the community of Beit El Netanyahu: We are working to support the settlement enterprise, and we will do so in compliance with the law.
Judith Bergman | Having the cake and eating it too
The fact that Diaspora Jews want Israel to consider their concerns when making security decisions seems bizarre.
Daniel Pipes | A pig incident
Islamists openly stride the streets while victims of Islamist aggression pay the price.
Efrat Roman | The wonders of cannabis
This incredible plant serves as an excellent medicine for various diseases and symptoms.
Dr. Gabi Avital | Yes to gradual change, no to a revolution
Time is required before making the primary source of crime and addiction available at the local pharmacy.
PM: Assad and Nasrallah are celebrating Iran nuclear deal
"It would be better for there to be no deal at all instead of a bad deal," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Foreign Ministry Director General Dore Gold to meet with American Jewish groups in Washington this week about Iran deal.
Ruthie Blum | When invoking WWII is appropriate
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee's warnings about Iran ought to be heeded.
Kerry to skip Israel during upcoming visit to Middle East
Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Egypt and the Gulf next week for talks on Iran nuclear deal and the fight against Islamic State Zionist Union official claims Israeli policy toward U.S. has caused Washington to seek other allies in region.
Left presents new outlook: 2 states without uprooting Jews
Zionist Union MK Hilik Bar presents new outline for resolving conflict with Palestinians Bar: Jews could become a "flourishing minority" in Palestinian state Bar's plan worthy of "in-depth consideration," Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog says.
Dan Margalit | Closer to consensus
The diplomatic outline unveiled on Monday with Labor leader Isaac Herzog looking on marked a significant shift in Labor's view of a future peace deal with the Palestinians.
Indian president to make historic visit to Israel
Indian President Pranab Mukherjee to visit Israel in October, a further illustration of the growing ties between the two countries "We are at a very major turning point in which we are expanding and varying Israel's markets," PM Benjamin Netanyahu says.
ICC prosecutor rejects order to reopen 2010 Gaza flotilla case
Despite ruling earlier this month to reopen case against Israel in the International Criminal Court, prosecutor Fatou Bensouda determines that 2010 flotilla incident does not warrant a probe Original push for probe declined last year.
PM: Locker recommendations to be integrated into military plans
"I will study the Locker report and the IDF's multiyear framework to see what the most optimal plan is, and afterward I will bring it to a cabinet vote," says PM Benjamin Netanyahu in first reaction to controversial Locker report budget cut proposal.
Power shifts fuel talk of change in Palestinian politics
Ruling Palestinian party Fatah to gather in November PA President Mahmoud Abbas in power since 2005 Palestinian officials dismiss Channel 1 report that Abbas told confidantes he will step down ahead of conference, not run again for PA premiership.
Hundreds of thousands called up in surprise IDF drill
The Israel Defense Forces tests emergency preparedness, reservist telephone call-up system in latest three-day surprise drill Military simulates both cyber- and rocket attacks Air force and navy also take part in comprehensive drill.
2 more IDF colonels investigated over Gaza war actions
A total of three colonels are under investigation by the IDF's Military Investigation Unit for incidents that occurred during Operation Protective Edge Two are being questioned about the shelling of an UNRWA school in Gaza.
Former Revolutionary Guard head: Deal violates Iran's red lines
Prof. Hassan Hani insists that "defense issues, conventional weapons ... missiles systems are not negotiable" Says Iranian officials have "accepted many limitations, made many compromises" Iran's deputy FM: Ayatollah's red lines maintained in talks.
Saudi FM says Iran is still showing 'hostility' in region
Iranian threats against Riyadh's ally, Bahrain, do "not represent the desire of a state for good neighborly relations," says Saudi FM Adel al-Jubeir after meeting with visiting EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, who travels to Tehran on Tuesday.
Natural gas deal put on back burner after late night meeting
Deal was scheduled to be presented to government and Knesset on Tuesday Infrastructure and Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz: "I decided along with the prime minister to postpone the deal's approval, in order to ensure a proper discussion process."
Athletes gear up for European Maccabi Games in Berlin
Organizers: 14th European Maccabi Games are "Europe's biggest Jewish sports event" This year marks the first time Germany has hosted the games Opening ceremony to take place in park where Hitler barred Jewish competitors from 1936 Olympics.