Tuesday January 27, 2015
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'Only Netanyahu can talk about radical terrorism threat'
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner says PM Benjamin Netanyahu best understands Iran threat "The agreement now being forged between the major powers and Iran ... is dangerous to Israel, to the region and to the world," says Netanyahu.
Dr. Haim Shine | Why counter Iran if you can attack the Right?
The pyrotechnics employed by Yedioth Ahronoth in its coverage of Netanyahu serve only one purpose -- helping the Zionist Camp and its leaders, Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni.
Avner Shalev | The legacy of Holocaust survivors
Modern society is fooling itself with the notion that there is a direct correlation between technological advancement and moral progress. We must make sure moral values remain essential in our lives.
Dr. Boaz Cohen | Anti-Semitism lives on
Unless Europe makes an earnest effort to eradicate anti-Semitism, it will continue to rear its ugly head time and again.
Dr. Limor Samimian-Darash | More cynicism than Zionism
It is quickly becoming clear that the "Zionist Camp" includes many anti-Zionists.
Elliott Abrams | About that Netanyahu address to Congress
The White House's whining about Boehner's invitation to Netanyahu is amateurish, and it will persuade few Americans beyond the Beltway.
Two rockets fired from Syria explode in Israel's Golan Heights
Shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday, rocket sirens sound in northern Golan Heights Rockets explode in open areas, no injuries or damage reported IDF returns fire at the source of the rocket fire.
TGI report: Israel Hayom still No. 1, increases lead over Yedioth
New TGI report: 39.3% of Israelis read Israel Hayom on a regular basis in 2014, a more than 4% increase from 2013 Israel Hayom management: "We want to thank our loyal readers for their continued support, even as competitors tried to shut us down."
Holocaust survivors mark Auschwitz liberation
"Even if they have to take me on a stretcher, I will not miss the 70-year anniversary of my liberation. We will stand with other survivors and delegations from around the world. Is there any greater victory than that?" says Holocaust survivor Pnina Segal.
At UN, Israeli president calls for action against anti-Semitism
In meeting with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, President Reuven Rivlin says there must be increased awareness of anti-Semitism International Holocaust Remembrance Day event at U.N. headquarters in New York postponed due to blizzard.
Study: Germans have skeptical view of Israel
Israeli-Palestinian conflict increasingly dominates the way Germans view Israel as a whole Most Israelis and Germans believe Germany still has a special responsibility toward Israel because of its history.
More of the same: Lapid unveils Yesh Atid list
Yesh Atid's Knesset list features MKs Yair Lapid, Shay Piron, Yael German, Meir Cohen, Yaakov Peri, Ofer Shelah American-born MK Dov Lipman placed 17th, unlikely to win a seat Meanwhile, former soccer star Eli Ohana joins Habayit Hayehudi.
IDF ousts 43 Intelligence reservists over insubordination
Intelligence Corps reservists refuse to serve in Judea and Samaria, urge others to refuse similar orders "Your inappropriate conduct has crossed a red line," unit commander says "There is no place for insubordination in the IDF," military says.
Former Olmert aide released from prison
Shula Zaken, former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's bureau chief, wins early parole, is released from jail after six months Zaken prohibited from leaving Israel before June 2015 "Thank God for giving me the strength to weather this experience," she says.
Top media adviser implicated in Yisrael Beytenu scandal
High-profile strategic consultant Ronen Moshe is suspected of bribery and receiving illicit benefits in connection with Yisrael Beytenu corruption case Party urges attorney general to probe "suspicious timing" of media leaks from police investigation.
Israeli woman gives birth at 56
After trying to conceive for decades, Tammy Trona, who came to Israel from Ethiopia during Operation Solomon in 1991, gives birth to healthy baby boy "We respect women's wishes to become mothers even at an advanced age," doctor says.
Argentine president seeks overhaul of intelligence services
Following the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez calls for the dissolution of the country's intelligence services Last week, Fernandez suggested Nisman's death was part of a plot against her government.