Wednesday July 8, 2015
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PM: Nuclear deal will give Iran money to fund global terror
As nuclear talks between world powers and Iran continue in Vienna, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says deal would "pave Iran's path to a nuclear arsenal" • Former Iranian president: Israel is a fake temporary state that will be erased soon.
 
Dr. Haim Shine | Lapid's cynical ploy
Instead of calling out Western leaders for their servility, Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid prefers to engage in small politics, as if the Iranian nuclear program was not the gravest existential threat facing Israel.
 
Dror Shor | Southern strength
Our resilience against any threat is a reminder to our neighbors that they would be better off leaving the path of hostility.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | All about image
The Hillary Clinton that emerges from the newly released emails is overly concerned about her image, at the expense of strategic issues.
Rabbi Ronen Neuwirth | Do not distance Judaism from Jews
Unfortunately, it seems the time has come to build a real alternative to the rabbinate.
Rabbi Yakov Dichovsky | Danger of assimilation averted
Conversion process is too important to let an ill-devised reform become its rubber stamp.
Elliott Abrams | Egypt: Prison by the numbers
Eliminating freedom of the press is not a step toward crushing terrorism.
Israel remembers fallen soldiers of Operation Protective Edge
"I say to all the enemies of Israel -- Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran and the Islamic State group -- whoever tries to harm us, their blood is upon their own heads," says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at Operation Protective Edge memorial ceremony.
Netanyahu to Greek FM: We pray for your country's success
Despite ongoing economic crisis in his country, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias visits Israel, meets with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu • Netanyahu: In interwoven world, the stability of one country affects the stability of many countries.
6 Israeli Bedouin accused of supporting Islamic State
Six residents of Bedouin village of Hura, four of them teachers, arrested for allegedly preaching Islamic State doctrine to students • "We have zero tolerance for those seeking to undermine our country," Education Minister Naftali Bennett says.
Clinton: Fighting BDS must be a priority
In letter to Haim Saban, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says, "Israel is a vibrant democracy in a region dominated by autocracy. ... We need to repudiate forceful efforts to malign and undermine Israel and the Jewish people."
IDF to form new commando brigade
IDF chief announces plans to unite Maglan, Duvdevan, Egoz and Rimon special forces units under Fire Formation's command • Move meant to increase operational efficiency, military says • Reservists warn move will strip units of unique characteristics.
Israeli desalination firm named one of world's smartest companies
IDE Technologies ranks 18th on annual MIT Technology Review list of world's smartest companies • IDE is "offering more affordable water desalination at a scale never before achieved," MIT Technology Review says.
'Schindler's List' producer to donate Oscar to Yad Vashem
Hollywood producer, Holocaust survivor Branko Lustig is scheduled to arrive in Israel next month as part of Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović's visit • Award will be given to Yad Vashem museum at a ceremony in the museum's Visual Center.
Intel announces new Israeli startup accelerator
Nine Israeli companies to participate in first cycle, which is to last six months • Entrepreneurs will have access to Intel's technological prowess and be given opportunity to collaborate on projects with multinational corporation.
Low-cost Ryanair announces first Israel flights
Starting in November, Ryanair will operate routes between three European cities -- Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow -- and Eilat's Ovda Airport • Ryanair official: We look forward to growing our Israeli route network in the future.
Tourism Ministry sets sights on Chinese tourists
Hotels catering to Chinese palate will receive special government grant, according to new plan set forth by Tourism Minister Yariv Levin • Ministry will also produce a new Israeli-Chinese conversation manual and add more Mandarin-speaking tour guides.