Monday September 22, 2014
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Israeli-Palestinian talks on Gaza to resume in Cairo
A month after Operation Protective Edge, Israel to hold indirect negotiations with Hamas and other Palestinian groups on long-term truce in Gaza IDF on high alert ahead of Rosh Hashanah.
Hezi Sternlicht | Economic forecast: Cautious optimism
There are plenty of things to fix in the Israeli economy, but there are also lots of hopeful signs.
Dr. Harold Goldmeier | Israel's fortitude is not limitless
Israel's rightward shift is a natural reaction to constant threats
Yossi Beilin | Common sense voted 'no'
But if London isn't more receptive, the next referendum might not go the same way.
Elliott Abrams | Danger ahead in Bahrain
The situation in Bahrain requires forceful U.S. diplomacy.
Israel's population reaches 8.9 million on eve of new year
Central Bureau of Statistics issues its annual report revealing that the most popular baby names this year were Yosef for boys and Tamar for girls Population of Israel has grown by 173,811 people since last year, report also reveals.
Bennett vs. Ya'alon: Who tackled terror tunnels threat?
Channel 2 report backs Defense Minister Ya'alon's assertion that Israel has been working to combat Hamas terror tunnels for over a year, contrary to Naftali Bennett's claim that he initiated the plan to combat tunnels during Operation Protective Edge.
After Sa'ar resignation, PM offers Erdan interior portfolio
Communications Minister Gilad Erdan to decide by Rosh Hashanah between Interior Ministry and U.N. ambassadorship in New York Former President Shimon Peres: Yair Lapid should leave the government in joint move with Tzipi Livni.
Dan Margalit | A political relay race
Despite the understandings reached between Netanyahu and Lapid, the final word on the budget has yet to be said.
IDF confirms: Surveillance drone crashed in Lebanon
Lebanese media reports the drone crashed in southern Lebanon on Saturday Lebanese Army confiscates fallen aircraft Hezbollah warns it will try capturing Israeli communities in next war: "Era of moving the fighting outside Israel's territory is over."
New US law gives Israel 'major strategic partner' status
U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approves legislation to dramatically strengthen strategic-defense ties with Israel and upgrade its economic-commercial status New law is possible step toward including Israelis in U.S. visa-waiver program.
MK pushes for tighter Knesset oversight of intelligence agencies
Following Operation Protective Edge, Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairman Zeev Elkin is seeking to spell out in law what must be reported, to whom, and when Currently only the Shin Bet has any obligation to report regularly.
Stunning stalactite cave discovered in Jerusalem hills
Blasting during routine construction work revealed a deep pit; researchers from the Israel Nature and Parks Authority and the Cave Research Unit at Hebrew University are busy exploring, mapping Precise location a secret as entrance is still dangerous.
IDF leases first MRI machine for soldiers' use only
Portable model to be set up at Tzrifin base expected to cut the wait time for MRI scans from months to days Four other new machines en route to public hospitals in Hadera, Safed, Tiberias, and Holon Number of MRIs in Israel still below OECD average.
'The fighting has only just begun,' Islamic State declares
Latest ISIS propaganda film shows mass execution of captured Syrian soldiers ISIS command structure, "war cabinet" revealed in new report Daily Mail: Western hostages tortured, forced to fight one another for the entertainment of their captors.
Guy Kelner | Winning the ratings war
The Islamic State terrorist group employs some very sophisticated public relations people who know how to create a huge impact.
Argentine president threatened by Islamic State
During visit to the Vatican, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez says she has been threatened by Islamic State due to her recognition of both Israel and Palestine Intercepted call leads to security being beefed up at the Vatican.
US to deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel speaks with Egyptian counterpart, confirms U.S. plans to deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt to support counterterrorism efforts Delivery had been on hold since the Egyptian military's ouster of Mohammed Morsi.
A look at what makes American jihadis tick
A common assumption is that jihadist groups recruit members from poor, desperate populations. Why are young people who grow up surrounded by the comforts of the U.S. willing to die in the name of extremist Islam?
Ads critical of Islam return to New York transit system
Ads paid for by the American Freedom Defense Initiative to begin appearing on 100 New York City buses and two subway entrances next week Pamela Geller: Ad campaign highlights points about Islam ignored by government and media.
Jewish activists are not amused by 'Hipster Hitler' parody
"Since when was it okay to promote Hitler as a cool person?" inquires member of London Stands with Israel, outraged at publication of comic book featuring Adolf Hitler as a modern-day hipster Group threatens to buy and shred all copies of book.