Tuesday August 4, 2015
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3 Israelis wounded in Jerusalem firebomb attack
Israeli woman, 27, wounded by firebomb thrown at her car near Arab neighborhood of Beit Hanina Two more Israelis injured when car collides with other vehicles Mayor Nir Barkat: Every stone throwing and firebombing is a grave terrorist attack.
Lior Tal | Purge the evil from your midst
Jewish terrorism should be rooted out by the Israeli Left and Right alike.
Dr. Gabi Avital | Hunting season against the Right
In Israel, there is no media platform that even tries to present a complete picture.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | In Congress, nothing is certain
If at first it seemed most Americans would come to terms with the Vienna agreement, today the picture is changing dramatically.
Ruthie Blum | Pride and prejudice
Israeli leftists treat every individual Muslim murderer as a "lone wolf," yet blame Israeli society as a whole for the likes of Yishai Schlissel.
Annika Hernroth-Rothstein | From South Africa to Zion
The more I heard how the BDS movement manipulates young ANC leaders in South Africa, the angrier I became.
Local man charged for holding pro-Israel rally in Warsaw
Polish authorities rule pro-Israel demonstration held outside Israeli Embassy in Warsaw during Operation Protective Edge was illegal, seek to fine organizer Tadeusz Markiewicz Markiewicz: We are fighting for freedom of speech in Poland.
Kahane grandson arrested for 'extremist Jewish activities'
Meir Ettinger, 24, rose to top of Shin Bet Jewish Division's most-wanted list in recent years In "rebel manifesto" he authored, Ettinger wrote that he wanted to "ignite the powder kegs" that would undermine the stability of the state.
Yoav Limor | Taking off the gloves
The arrest of Meir Ettinger shows that the Israeli justice and defense establishments are getting serious when it comes to Jewish extremists.
Kerry hopes for better Iran conduct after deal
"Our goal is to fully implement this agreement and to hope that Iran's behavior will be ameliorated," says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at meeting with Gulf states Qatari foreign minister says Gulf Arabs "confident" deal will create safer region.
Judith Bergman | The odds for regime change
Now that money and trade will once again be flowing into Iran, who will deter the mullahs from arresting, torturing, and sentencing even more people to death?
Breaking taboo, east Jerusalem Arabs seek Israeli citizenship
A growing number of east Jerusalem Arabs are going through the process of becoming Israeli citizens, reflecting both a loss of hope for the emergence of a Palestinian state and hard-headed pragmatism on employment, housing, travel, and municipal services.
Russian FM meets Hamas chief, invites him to Moscow
Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal discusses "Zionist terrorism in the West Bank and its assaults on Muslim and Christian sites in Jerusalem" in meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Doha, according to Hamas official in Gaza Strip.
Extremist arrested twice after praising Gay Pride Parade murder
Kiryat Malachi resident Gilad Kleiner, son of a former Herut MK, is arrested for second time in one week after posting support for pride parade stabbings "I was very happy to hear about the death of one of the injured people," he wrote in WhatsApp.
Authorities demolish home in settlement of Eli
Demolition follows proceedings initiated by Peace Now 10 years ago, seeking to demolish 12 homes built on privately owned Palestinian land After investigation and reconsideration, only one home and part of another remained in question.
Finance minister calms fears: Education budget will not be cut
Education budget will grow by 4 billion shekels ($1 billion) in coming budget, says Finance Ministry Education Minister Naftali Bennett: I'm sure Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon will not destroy education in the periphery and widen social gaps.
39 Palestinians released in Schalit exchange to be re-jailed
Committee examines cases of 48 prisoners released in the Schalit deal, decides that 39 have committed further crimes and should serve remainder of their sentences A further six ordered to serve part of the balance of their sentences.
Electricity use hits record high as heat wave scorches Israel
Sunday night among hottest ever recorded in Israel In Dead Sea, Arava and Jordan valleys, the lowest temperatures are 33-35 degrees Celsius (91-95 degrees Fahrenheit) Electricity consumption peaks at 12,800 megawatts Monday at 2:09 p.m.
Poll: 57% of Americans oppose Iran deal
While 52% of Democrats support the deal and 32% oppose it, only 3% of Republicans support it and 86% oppose it, according to poll by Quinnipiac University Independents appear to be tipping the balance, with 29% in favor and 55% against.
Iranian censors act against critics of nuclear deal
Iran's Press Supervisory Board suspends media outlets suggesting that the nuclear deal crossed red lines set by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and forced Iran to make too many concessions Iran listed as world's seventh most censored country.
WATCH: Dangers and challenges facing LGBT community
LGBT and Jewish community professional Ari Ginsburg speaks about the recent violence Do members of the community feel safe in Israel? Is there a place for LGBT individuals in the religious community?
World's oldest Hebrew Bibles, prayer books to go online
Project is part of National Library of Israel's million-dollar global initiative, together with British Library in London, to digitize tens of thousands of rare Hebrew manuscripts currently dispersed between hundreds of collections worldwide.