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02.07.2015
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Netanyahu: We see ISIS at the gates in Sinai and Golan
Scores killed as Islamic State-linked militants launch coordinated strikes against Egyptian troops in Sinai Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: "We must stand up to all the forces of militant Islam, those led by Iran, those led by ISIS."
 
Yoav Limor | Will Islamic State strike at Israel?
Israel is closely monitoring Egypt's fight against the Salafi terrorist groups in Sinai.
 
Boaz Bismuth | Time to eliminate Islamic State
A death blow must be delivered to the Islamic State group. But this cannot be done from the air. It requires boots on the ground.
Dr. Kobi Michael | A culture clash
The Islamic State group strives to undermine existing world order, erase existing borders and undo the Arab nations it sees as heretic entities.
Omer Dostri | A systematic wave of terrorism
So-called "popular" terrorist attacks are not a decree from the heavens, and it is up to Israel to stop them completely.
Itamar Shimoni | Stronger than ever
A year after Operation Protective Edge, the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon is growing and developing more than ever before.
Ya'alon: Terror wave result of PA incitement, Iranian funds
"Unfortunately, the atmosphere during Ramadan is one where incitement is not directed solely against the State of Israel and Jews, but also against the West," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid slams UNHRC report on Gaza war.
IAEA says Iran uranium stockpile reduced, but questions remain
U.S. satisfied Iran has met its commitments to reduce the amount of enriched uranium it has stored, says official But U.S. think tank questions Iranian compliance to obligations Iranian leader stresses need to strengthen Iran's deterrent capability.
We cherish our friendship, PM tells US at July 4th event
President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and top echelon of Israeli leadership gather at home of U.S. Ambassador Dan Shapiro to mark U.S.'s 239th Independence Day "The history of our two countries is remarkably intertwined," PM says.
Netanyahu visits wounded terrorism victims in hospital
The prime minister wishes the victims quick recoveries, vows to "exact a heavy price from both the terrorists and those who send them" Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon: We will catch the terrorists sooner rather than later.
Shin Bet uncovers Hamas terror network in Nablus
Security agency says more than 40 suspects have been arrested in recent months over affiliation with Hamas Suspects allegedly tasked with forming extensive terrorist infrastructure to facilitate attacks across Judea and Samaria.
Ancient ritual bath found under home in Jerusalem
An ancient mikveh found under an Ein Kerem home during a renovation attests to Jewish presence in the area during the Second Temple period The home's owners will not have to move; Israel Antiquities Authority to help them preserve the historical site.
New bill seeks to end consumer discrimination against settlers
Habayit Hayehudi MK Yinon Magal's proposal to amend law barring consumer discrimination to include Judea and Samaria settlers passes preliminary Knesset reading Bill seeks to "end disgrace of boycotting people because of where they live," he says.
Nicholas Winton, savior of Jewish children, dies at 106
Dubbed "Britain's Schindler," Winton almost single-handedly saved more than 650 Jewish children from the Holocaust, and kept quiet about his role "The world lost a great man," says British PM "He valued human life above all," says Israeli president.