Sunday August 2, 2015
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PM: We have zero-tolerance policy on hate crimes
Thousands of Israelis attend demonstrations against violence and hatred across country on Saturday night Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Our humanity is what separates us from our neighbors. We will bring the perpetrators of the crimes to justice.
Dr. Haim Shine | Time for calm, not hate
The Israeli media has responded in a hysterical and inflammatory manner to last week's grave events.
Yoav Limor | Let the Shin Bet work
Jewish terrorism has spun out of control and requires a new type of response.
Nadav Shragai | Thou shalt not kill
We must not stand indifferent before those who desecrate God's name by claiming to act on his behalf. Not when Jews, or Palestinians, are being murdered.
Ran Reznick | Fighting our inner racist
Homophobia and xenophobia are not limited to Jerusalem. They run deep all over the country.
Dr. Ofer Israeli | The secret of Iran's success
The Iranian delegation at the nuclear talks beat their Western counterparts by doggedly adhering to the four negotiating principles of the Persian bazaar, which we should consider partly adopting.
Richard Baehr | The president vs Kerry
Democrats who stand with President Barack Obama on the Iran nuclear deal are, for all practical purposes, standing with Iran, since it is the prime beneficiary of the agreement.
Netanyahu to address US Jews on Iran deal
PM Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama continue head-to-head battle to sway American public opinion on the Iran nuclear deal Netanyahu to make his case in live webcast on Tuesday "Facts are on our side" in Iran debate, Obama claims.
IDF on alert for flare-up of Palestinian violence
Following deadly torching of Palestinian home in Duma, Israeli defense establishment concerned about uptick in violence in Judea and Samaria and renewal of rocket fire from Gaza Strip Two rockets fired toward Israel from Gaza late Saturday night.
International community condemns Duma terror attack
U.S. State Department condemns "in the strongest possible terms" the "vicious terrorist attack" U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon cites "continued failures to effectively address impunity for repeated acts of settler violence."
Defense chief OKs administrative detentions for Jewish terrorists
Deputy attorney general to convene special meeting with security agencies early this week to examine additional resources with which to combat Jewish terrorism, including use of electronic ankle bracelets and issuing more restraining orders.
Teen stabbed at gay pride parade still fighting for her life
Students shocked by the stabbing of 16-year-old girl at Thursday's event "Some of the school's students were walking next to her when the attack happened and they too have been traumatized," says administrator School hoists rainbow flag in solidarity.
MK, top journalist 'come out' after Gay Pride Parade stabbings
Zionist Union MK Itzik Shmuli and journalist Keren Neubach publicly announce they are members of LGBT community "I feel proud to be a part of this community," Neubach says.
Police faulted for not preventing attack on Gay Pride Parade
"It could have been preempted, the writing was on the wall," senior police officer tells Israel Hayom Special committee formed in wake of attack to investigate security lapses Questions remain as to why repeat offender allowed to go near marchers.
Kerry: Iran does not plan to destroy US
"I have no specific knowledge of a plan by Iran to actually destroy us," U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano to meet with members of Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on Wednesday.
Following Cairo visit for security talks, Kerry to head to Qatar
After meeting with Egyptian officials about risks posed by Islamic State in Sinai, human rights issues and bolstering the Egyptian economy, U.S. secretary of state to travel to Qatar to try to ease Arab concerns about the Iran nuclear deal.
WATCH: The politics of kashrut
MADEinISRAEL's Elyssa Frank and Israel Hayom Opinion Editor Steve Ganot speak about keeping kosher in Israel What does "kosher" mean? How do the ancient biblical dietary laws affect modern Israeli politics?
Should history be rewritten?
Professor Marc Shapiro's fascinating new book demonstrates how ultra-Orthodox Judaism has been less concerned with historical reality than "viewing the past through the religious needs of the present." Modern Orthodoxy should not follow this precedent.