Sunday November 23, 2014
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'No good deal can be made with Iran'
Three days before a Nov. 24 deadline for a nuclear deal between Iran and Western powers, Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz tells Israel Hayom: "We're trying to prevent fallout from a bad agreement" Military option is still on the table, he says.
 
Yoram Ettinger | Israel also fights America's battle
It behooves the U.S. to learn from history by enhancing the mutually beneficial ties with its most stable, reliable, effective ally, Israel.
 
Emily Amrousi | Don't run away from terrorism
The forces of terror have overrun Jerusalem and the way to combat them is to assert our sovereignty, not give them sovereignty.
Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror | Wars are won quietly
The emotions surrounding the question of whether or not an intelligence warning was provided before Operation Protective Edge could have been avoided.
David M. Weinberg | The vitality of anger
Doing what is needed to improve our personal and national security does not require any apologies. We ought not weakly whimper away.
Dan Margalit | Fear cannot supplant coexistence
Maintaining normalcy -- however difficult -- is essential in the day-to-day fight for the security of the Jewish people in their homeland.
Defusing a ticking time bomb
Avoiding a catastrophic religious war requires MKs to curb provocative statements, stress Israel seeks peace, not war Rather than focusing on the PA, Israel should turn its attention to Hamas, world jihad groups, which are the truly dangerous elements.
The 1929 massacres -- redux
Since the tragedy in Jerusalem this week, Rabbi Yitzhak Rubin has become the main address for worshipers wishing to share their grief. They consult with him, they express their pain, and they seek comfort "All we have is our faith," he says.
Terrorism with an Israeli ID card
A look at the absurdity going on in Jabel Mukaber, whose Arab Israeli inhabitants went to the High Court of Justice to ensure that they stayed on the Israeli side of the separation barrier Now they are trying to have it both ways.
Avi Dichter | To fight terrorism, build up Jerusalem
In Washington, London and Moscow, as in Cairo, Amman and even Ramallah they know -- and do they ever know -- that Jerusalem will never return to its pre-1967 borders.
A pack of lies
Between hypocrisy and democracy: How can lawmakers who were once journalists support a bill designed to close a newspaper? What is the true motivation behind the anti-Israel Hayom bill and what does it actually entail? The full campaign of lies.
Hamas conspiracy to assassinate FM Lieberman exposed
Israeli authorities uncover Hamas plot to murder Yisrael Beytenu head Avigdor Lieberman by firing RPGs at his car Four suspects indicted Hamas: Occupation leaders are legitimate targets Israel arrests dozens of Hamas operatives in Judea and Samaria.
Former US officials blast decision to deny Pollard parole
In letter to President Obama, eight former senior officials protest "unjust denial of parole," criticize the "deeply flawed" parole process It is "patently false" that Pollard's crime "was greatest compromise of U.S. security to that date," they say.
4 teenage girls arrested in Jerusalem for assaulting Arabs
Girls, residents of the Judea and Samaria settlement of Yitzhar, suspected of assaulting a taxi driver and another bystander with pepper spray All four apprehended by police In south, assailants throw stones at vehicles, lightly wounding two people.
Shipment of knives, fireworks seized en route to east Jerusalem
Police arrest five residents of northern Israel and confiscate two containers filled with pyrotechnic devices, fireworks, commando knives, swords, brass knuckles, spikes and stun guns Weapons labeled as, and hidden among Christmas decorations.
Terrorist confesses: Car ramming in Gush Etzion was intentional
After initially claiming an accidental hit-and-run, Hamam Mesalmeh says he was inspired to commit terror attack after a similar car ramming in Jerusalem killed two Israelis earlier in the day One of three soldiers run over remains in serious condition.
'Protecting our children is not racism'
Housing Minister Uri Ariel, Likud MK Moshe Feiglin express support for Ashkelon Mayor Itamar Shimoni's decision to suspend Arab laborers despite criticism move has garnered Municipalities nationwide decide to increase security measures at kindergartens.
Ruthie Blum | Ashkelon mayor is not racist
By suspending the work of Arab laborers near kindergartens, Mayor Itamar Shimoni risked being ostracized to protect children.
Homes of synagogue terrorists to be razed
Families of Rasan and Uday Abu Jamal, who carried out the deadly synagogue attack in Jerusalem, afforded 48 hours to appeal decision to demolish their homes Jerusalem mayor announces new measures to restore residents' sense of security.
Israeli envoy to return to Sweden on Partition Plan anniversary
Ambassador Isaac Bachman, who was recalled after Stockholm recognized "Palestine," to arrive on symbolic date to highlight Palestinians' historic rejection of statehood in 1947 Spanish and French lawmakers also actively promoting recognition.
Israel to cooperate with UN Gaza war inquiry
Foreign Ministry: Unlike the Human Rights Council investigation, the inquiry established by the U.N. secretary-general is "an authentic investigation with potential for us to improve our performance in the course of conflict and learn from our mistakes."
Judge: Palestinian Authority must face US trial over terror support
U.S. District Judge George Daniels favors petition filed by American victims of several bombings and shooting attacks in Jerusalem, denies Palestinian Authority's motion to dismiss decade-running $1 billion class action lawsuit Trial set for Jan. 12.
Iran nuclear talks stuck, deadline may be extended
Nov. 24 deadline set for West's nuclear negotiations with Iran may be extended to March over sharp disagreements between parties, officials say Congress expresses frustration over stalled talks, potential extension prompts calls for tougher sanctions.
Iranian supreme leader frees pioneering blogger
Iranian-Canadian blogger Hossein Derakhshan released after 6 years in prison for spreading propaganda, insulting Islam and spying for Israel after visiting the Jewish state Derakhshan credited with launching blogging revolution in the Islamic republic.
2 Israeli short films still in running for Oscar nomination
"Aya" and "Summer Vacation" competed in last year's Israeli Ophir Awards under the category of best short film, with "Aya" taking the top prize The final listings for the 87th Oscars will be announced on January 15, 2015.
Poll: Gaza conflict sparked sharp rise in German anti-Semitism
Biannual survey on xenophobia in Germany by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation shows anti-Semitism on the rise again across Germany "Lines between anti-Semitism, substantive criticism of Israel are becoming blurred and that is a problem," foundation says.