Tuesday June 30, 2015
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'Those who don't condemn terror cannot claim innocence'
Four Israelis wounded, one seriously, in suspected Palestinian drive-by shooting attack near Shvut Rachel late Monday night Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: We will act strongly and with determination to bring the terrorists to justice.
Judith Bergman | An ode to the Israeli spirit
As Israelis, we know that underneath it all -- the security situation, our political squabbles, the shouting -- we are family.
Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror | Caving in to Iran
The U.S. is so eager to ink a nuclear deal with Iran, it will most likely find a way to capitulate to more of Tehran's demands.
Isi Leibler | Combating the new anti-Semitism
"The War of a Million Cuts" presents a detailed strategy on how to fight anti-Semitism's latest mutation -- the delegitimization of Israel.
Cabinet okays security fence along border with Jordan
New fence will be 30 kilometers (about 19 miles) in length, between Eilat and the area designated for the new international airport in Timna Prime Minister Netanyahu presents proposal to cabinet after coordinating the plan with the Jordanians.
Israel tells Syrian rebels not to harm Druze
Al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front is not among rebel groups receiving Israeli humanitarian aid, PM Benjamin Netanyahu tells Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Israeli Druze leader: We will make sure our brothers in Syria are not harmed.
Government panel set to suggest defense budget revisions
Special forum tasked with reviewing budget to endorse setting defense spending at 55 billion shekels Defense minister, IDF chief expected to oppose cuts Committee to recommend raising combat soldiers' wages, change career officers' pension plans.
Initial training begins for David's Sling missile defense system
Six-month course will be led by Defense Ministry's Homa Directorate, which oversees country's missile defense program Yair Ramati, the head of the Homa Directorate: "The vision outlined a decade ago is becoming a reality."
Israel, Palestinians to investigate war crime accusations
Israeli, Palestinian envoys to U.N. Human Rights Council tell forum investigations into alleged war crimes perpetrated during last summer's Gaza campaign are ongoing Israeli envoy promises comprehensive probe PA's envoy urges "universal jurisdiction."
A year after war, Israelis relocate to Gaza area and are loving life
"This place is amazing and there is a different type of security here -- financial security," says Miriam Cohen from Kerem Shalom "Quality education for the kids and a good environment is something that's hard to find," says Tzion Eliyahu from Nirim.
PM's doctor denies Netanyahu underwent medical treatment under anesthesia
"The last time Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu underwent a medical procedure that required anesthesia was in 2014," says his personal physician Channel 2 reports Netanyahu was twice clandestinely transported to hospital around time of the election.
Mental health centers in south see dramatic rise in local distress
Eshkol Regional Council Resilience Center staff say 70% of calls come from parents seeking help for children profoundly affected by the trauma of rocket fire and terror tunnels Number of people seeking help jumped fourfold since recent war with Hamas.
Arab Interior Ministry cadets boycott tour of Judea and Samaria
Arab cadets who refused to partake in an Interior Ministry seminar in Judea and Samaria told they would not have to attend Ministry explains it failed to properly explain program's guidelines, vows to make all tours mandatory when new class enrolls.
Germany to invest 500,000 euros in Israeli initiatives
Program launched at Israel-Germany Innovation Day event in Tel Aviv Merck pharmaceutical company to acquire remaining stake in Jerusalem-based Qlight Nanotech, which will serve as Merck's official research and development center in Israel.
French minister: No new target date for Iran nuclear talks
Talks to resume with focus on monitoring, sanctions Western officials, including British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, suggest Iran is backtracking on earlier commitments U.S. says absurd to suggest that it will cave in to Iran, despite rumors.
Bomb kills Egypt's top prosecutor as he drives to work
Egypt's chief prosecutor Hisham Barakat's car fitted with explosives, detonated by remote control Five guards, two drivers and one civilian also injured in the blast Popular Resistance of Giza claimed responsibility for the attack in online statement.