Monday March 30, 2015
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Obama is charging toward an Iran deal, no matter what
After years of talks with Iran, world powers see a light at the end of the tunnel. Israel, however, sees only darkness. The idea of Iranian nuclear weapon is surreal and frightening. But by Tuesday, it may be a fact on the ground. This is truly crazy.
 
Dr. Gabi Avital | Reality wins out
We need to examine why the opinion of intellectuals and ex-defense officials, who are repeatedly wrong, are held in such high esteem by the media.
Dr. Ephraim Herrera | Sunnis, Shiites, and hate for Israel
The bitter war between the two biggest Islamic factions don't prevent them from cooperating against a common enemy.
Ruthie Blum | Anti-Semitism or emasculation?
Lena Dunham's true problem with her boyfriend is not that he is typically Jewish. It all boils down to her own insecurity. Nothing feminist about it, merely female.
'The Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis must be stopped'
Israel fears world powers are rushing toward "very bad deal" with Iran Minister Yuval Steinitz: Even minimal conditions for worthy framework deal are far from being realized PM Benjamin Netanyahu speaks with Russian, Indian leaders about Iran deal.
After boycott, Kulanu set to meet with Likud for coalition talks
Kulanu head Moshe Kahlon thus far refused to negotiate due to reports that ultra-Orthodox MKs would be appointed to key committee seats over Kulanu members Sources: No plans to erect national unity government or include center-left parties in coalition.
Israeli envoy: UN ignores murder of Christians in Arab states
Ron Prosor to U.N: Israel is the only place in the Middle East where minorities are free to practice their faith, says that Christians fled both Hamas and PA rule in Gaza, West Bank Calls on international community to support Kurdish fighters in Iraq.
US welcomes Israel's release of Palestinian tax revenues
PM Benjamin Netanyahu decides to release millions of dollars of tax revenues to Palestinian Authority, three months after transfer of funds was frozen in protest of unilateral Palestinian moves PA President Mahmoud Abbas: Israel is not a peace partner.
US declassifies 1987 document exposing Israel's nuclear program
In the document, titled "Critical Technological Assessment in Israel and NATO Nations," the authors laud Israeli researchers' "ingeniously clever" solutions and "ingenious inventions" Document suggests Israel was developing a hydrogen bomb in the 1980s.
France to begin Israeli-Palestinian peace push in 'coming weeks'
"I hope that the partners who were reluctant will not be reluctant anymore," French FM Laurent Fabius, in apparent reference to past U.S. opposition to U.N. resolutions on Israeli-Palestinian conflict U.S. official: No decisions yet on what we will do.
250 paratroopers get food poisoning after Friday night meal
Soldiers in the 202nd Battalion were to spend the weekend on the Golan Heights Some noticed that the chicken served for dinner smelled bad Medics treat affected troops IDF investigating cause of food poisoning, exercise might be called off.
Israeli doctors save life of Iraqi toddler with heart defect
Team of Hadassah Hospital surgeons spend eight hours performing complicated operation that included moving main arteries and creating path through Maryam Mansour's heart so it would function normally Girl listed in stable condition.
Houthi rebels are Iran's puppet, says Yemeni President Hadi
Saudi-led forces' airstrikes eliminate most ballistic missiles Houthi rebels captured from Yemen's army, says Saudi spokesman 86 foreign diplomats and Saudi nationals evacuated from Aden as clashes intensify Yemeni FM says ground op "very possible."