Wednesday September 24, 2014
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Israeli forces kill terrorists who murdered 3 Jewish teens
Marwan Qawasmeh, Amer Abu Aisheh killed in IDF Hebron raid Hamas briefly pulls out of Cairo talks in response "We said we wouldn't rest until we brought these killers to Justice. This morning we completed our mission," Prime Minister Netanyahu says.
Isi Leibler | Rosh Hashana: Challenges and optimism
We are blessed to live in a Jewish state that emerged like a phoenix from the ashes of the Holocaust, enabled the ingathering of the exiles, and became the greatest success story of the past century.
Dr. Gabi Avital | The power of positive thinking
Demographers insist on discussing the threat to the Jews of Israel, but aliyah is flourishing.
Dr. Haim Shine | Your own poor come first
Jewish history does not justify the misplaced judicial altruism that is undoing the measures taken to put a stop to the problem of infiltrators from Africa.
IDF shoots down Syrian warplane over Golan
Israel fires Patriot missile at Syrian Sukhoi Su-24 fighter jet that enters Israeli airspace Defense minister: We will not allow anyone threaten our security Syrian media shows what is likely the pilot and navigator parachuting to safety before crash.
US and its allies strike Islamic State targets in Syria
U.S., five Arab countries launch airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria's Raqqa province U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry: "ISIL is not only beheading individuals; it is tearing at the fabric of whole civilizations."
Zalman Shoval | Revival of the war on terror
One can only hope that in fighting Islamic State, the U.S. and its European allies will understand that ensuring democracy's triumph over Islamic terrorism mandates global collaboration.
Netanyahu: Radical Islam is a threat to Israel and the world
During U.S. trip next week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to highlight the dangers the world would face if terrorists groups or Iran obtained nuclear weapons Netanyahu to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on October 1.
Eli Hazan | Rehabilitation for demilitarization
The U.S. and Europe are watching the Islamic State group with horror, and they understand that Israel's demand for the demilitarization of Gaza is justified.
Cutting-edge submarine due to dock in Israel
Dolphin-class INS Tanin stops 311 miles off the coast for a memorial ceremony for the crew of the INS Dakar, which sank in 1968 Israeli Navy commander Vice Adm. Ram Rothberg: We are committed to continuing the work of the Dakar crew.
Watch: Former President Peres looks for a new job
Satirical video made by former President Shimon Peres' granddaughter shows the 91-year-old embarking on a new chapter as an ordinary citizen and working a series of odd jobs.
Abbas: I will demand UN timetable for Israeli withdrawal
If Security Council does not set timetable for Israeli pullout from Palestinian territories, Palestinians to seek membership in international institutions and agencies, PA president says Abbas to meet with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday.
Ruling against detention of African infiltrators sparks fury
High Court of Justice orders closure of detention facility, release of some 2,000 illegal infiltrators, while demanding state address problems caused by infiltrators' presence in south Tel Aviv Court is inviting Africans to infiltrate, says Bennett.
Dan Margalit | High Court makes right decision
We must give credit where credit is due -- the High Court of Justice's ruling on the infiltrators law may be controversial, but it will help Israel's international image.
Mossad launches online recruitment effort
Mossad chief Tamir Pardo says agency must "recruit the best people, so that the Mossad can continue to lead, protect and ensure Israel's continued existence" Updated Mossad page invites all applicants "regardless of religion, nationality or occupation."
US jury finds Arab Bank liable over Hamas attacks
Jurors take less than two days of deliberations to reach their verdict Nearly 300 Americans who were either victims or related to victims of attacks linked to Hamas sued Arab Bank Plc in 2004.
Government to invest NIS 2 billion in south
New plan promoted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to invest special funds in medical, business and transportation infrastructure in southern Israel Plan includes the construction of new hospital in Beersheba, expanding Soroka Medical Center.
Could mutual enemy ISIS bring Saudis and Iranians together?
"We believe that by using this precious opportunity and avoid the mistakes of the past, we [Iran and Saudi Arabia] can deal with this crisis successfully," Saudi foreign minister says.
Uzay Bulut | Turkey's ISIS problem
ISIS serves as a proxy for Turkey, carrying out a war against the Kurds on its behalf.
Demonstrators protest Met Opera's 'Klinghoffer'
Protesters say "The Death of Klinghoffer" justifies the 1985 murder of wheelchair-bound Jew Leon Klinghoffer by Palestinian terrorists The Met is scheduled to perform the controversial opera between Oct. 20 and Nov. 15.
Israel's tourism sector expected to recover quickly post-Gaza war
Tourism Minister Uzi Landau: Incoming tourism dropped 20-30% during Operation Protective Edge. We hope it will take 3-6 months to put everything back on track 1.9 million visitors came to Israel in first half of 2014, before Gaza war broke out.