Tuesday October 21, 2014
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Israel 'deeply concerned' over emerging Iran nuclear deal
With Nov. 24 deadline approaching for final nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran, PM Benjamin Netanyahu warns against deal that would leave Iran as a nuclear threshold state Iran poses a greater threat than Islamic State, says Netanyahu.
 
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Between chemistry and strategy
Relations between Israel and the U.S. are anchored in shared ideologies, values and interests -- not in their leaders' interpersonal relationships.
Dr. Reuven Berko | PA, Hamas speak as one
We need not worry about the future of the Palestinian factions' unity, as both Fatah and Hamas are determined to fan the flames of violence in Jerusalem.
Dr. Haim Shine | Are you with us or against us?
Israel's Arab citizens need to decide where their loyalties lie. Even the worst tensions cannot serve as an excuse for anti-Israel activity.
Missing Israeli hiker's body found in Nepal
Body of Michal Gili Cherkasky, 36, is found after days of searching through avalanche-affected areas "She chose to leave this world atop a mountain, close to heaven," says Cherkasky's brother upon learning of her death.
Israeli trekkers return home as Nepalese rescue efforts conclude
Seven injured Israelis return from avalanche-stricken Nepal, sent to hospital for frostbite treatment Survivor Roi Fatal: "I did not doubt for a moment that they would come save me, and I had no doubt that it would be Israelis coming to save me."
Israeli Arab MKs say IDF worse than ISIS, draw scathing criticism
Hanin Zoabi (Balad) says Islamic State kills one person with a knife while IDF kills dozens with press of a button Basel Ghattas (Balad): Unlike the IDF, Islamic State did not commit crimes against humanity FM Lieberman: Balad is part of Hamas.
Protocols in place as Israel braces for potential Ebola outbreak
Ben-Gurion International Airport begins screening passengers arriving from West African countries for deadly virus Special treatment centers set up at hospitals in Haifa and central Israel.
US official: FBI aided search for missing IDF soldier
U.S. official denies Israel Hayom report that U.S. government prevented FBI from assisting in search for fallen Israeli soldier Oron Shaul, who was initially feared kidnapped U.S. official: FBI provided Israel with useful intelligence on Shaul.
Jihadists hack Israeli trauma site: 'We will erase Zionist pigs'
"We will erase Israel and the Zionist pigs from the face of the Earth," hackers write on Israeli Trauma Association website Hacking comes during registration for the association's Oct. 30 annual conference.
Hamas leader's daughter treated at Tel Aviv hospital
During and since Operation Protective Edge, dozens of patients from Gaza have been brought to hospitals in Israel Hamas shows reporter its most recently built attack tunnels and says it has built new tunnels that enter Israel.
WATCH: Women entrepreneurs make their mark
Business consultant Leah Aharoni helps other women find their place in the world of entrepreneurship She talks to Israel Hayom host Lital Shemesh about the growing numbers of female entrepreneurs in Israel.
Israel's Tamar group to sell gas to Egypt
Partners in offshore Tamar gas field announce signing letter of intent to sell 5 billion cubic meters of gas to Egypt's Dolphinus Holdings over the next three years Deal estimated at $700 million Agreement pending final approval by Israel, Egypt.
Israel Chemicals vows to fight 'erroneous' tax recommendations
Government committee on tax policy for Israel's natural resources yields to pressure by Israel Chemicals, presents mitigated recommendations that will reduce state's revenue from 58 percent to 48 percent ICL says it will still fight "radical" findings.
Report: Expelled Nazis received millions in Social Security benefits
At least 38 of 66 Nazi suspects forced out of U.S. since 1979 continued receiving Social Security payments, AP investigation finds Legal loophole enabled them to keep their benefits if they left voluntarily At least four still alive in Europe.
US military airdrops weapons to Kurdish fighters near Kobani
Turkey opposes U.S. arms transfers to Syrian Kurdish groups fighting in Syria "The [Syrian Kurdish group] PYD is for us, equal to the PKK. It is a terror organization," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tells reporters.
On the road to find the world's funniest person
Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada has scoured comedy festivals from Afghanistan to South Korea and Egypt to Israel for candidates and had online voters winnow the list to 10 semi-finalists who will perform before a worldwide Internet audience on Oct. 20.
Israeli inventor, founder of SanDisk, to be honored by Obama
Dr. Eli Harari, founder of SanDisk flash storage company, named one of nine recipients of 2014 National Medal of Technology and Innovation SanDisk official: Harari has had a profound impact on the technology landscape and has truly changed the world.