Monday May 4, 2015
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Netanyahu: Iran deal will endanger Israel -- big time
"A better deal is necessary. A better deal is possible. A better deal must and can be achieved. But if not, no deal is better than this bad deal," PM Benjamin Netanyahu says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry accuses Iran deal critics of "hysteria."
Prof. Eyal Zisser | Hezbollah is raising its head
Nasrallah is no longer deterred by the idea of war and is prepared to take risks that could drag him and Israel into a new conflagration.
Rabbi Refael Feuerstein | Judaism is not about cronyism
Ultra-Orthodox politicians: Beware of violating God's law by appointing rabbis who do not understand the Israeli public's psyche.
Itsik Saban | Determination, not violence
It is the police's duty to uproot violence with determination, not with more violence.
Parties flex muscles as deadline to form government looms
Time is short and there are still obstacles to overcome before Likud could sign coalition deals with Shas, Habayit Hayehudi and Yisrael Beytenu PM Benjamin Netanyahu set to meet with Shas leader Aryeh Deri and Habayit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett.
Michael Tuchfeld | Restoring respect and cooperation
Anyone who wants to see the ultra-Orthodox sector integrate into society and share the burden must support measures to undo the harm done by the previous government.
Ethiopian community plans to expand protests to Tel Aviv
After Thursday's violent rally in Jerusalem, protesters plan to disrupt evening rush hour on Ayalon Highway Protesters demand social justice after two policemen were caught on video assaulting Ethiopian soldier Demas Fekadeh for no apparent reason.
Pnina Tamano-Shata | Our hope is in fighting racism
It's time the state took steps to clear the obstacles of racism and discrimination from the path of Israeli-born children of Ethiopian immigrants.
'We won't leave Nepal without Or'
Hiker Or Asraf still missing as of Sunday morning Or's father, Patrick, has rented a helicopter to help find his son Some members of the Israel search and rescue delegation and 200 rescued tourists expected to land at Ben-Gurion Sunday afternoon.
Former US President Jimmy Carter: Gaza situation 'intolerable'
Jimmy Carter meets with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, lays wreath on grave of Yasser Arafat Carter says he is still determined to work for establishment of a Palestinian state Many in Hamas want peace, Carter claims.
Private Shabbat bus service begins operating in Jerusalem
"Shabus" offers transportation services to members of a cooperative society in Jerusalem's secular neighborhoods and is operated by east Jerusalem transportation company Ultra-Orthodox protesters protest project, block traffic briefly.
What were Chinese dragons doing on Tel Aviv's Yarkon River?
More than 300 people take part in fourth-ever "Dragon on the Yarkon" boating competition on Tel Aviv's Yarkon River Competitors raced in colorful Chinese dragon boats, in accordance with Chinese tradition Chinese ambassador to Israel attends event.
Protesters stage mass prayer at Jehovah's Witness baptism
After multiple failed legal efforts, Raanana municipality forced to allow Jehovah's Witnesses to hold much-disputed event in the city "There is coexistence between secular and religious residents of Raanana. We don't need trouble here," says protester.
Plan for terraced cemetery could be shelved at a cost of millions
Space for traditional ground internment is running out Coalition agreement calls for new committee to be charged with finding more land Construction of high-density cemetery in Tel Aviv area was slated to start in 2013, but isn't moving ahead.
Report: Islamic State leader replaced due to serious injuries
Abu Alaa al-Afr, a mysterious figure, reportedly replaces Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as leader of Islamic State group, The Guardian reports Baghdadi allegedly remains incapacitated due to spinal damage suffered two months ago in coalition airstrike.
Former Maccabi Tel Aviv stars play in honor of fallen soldiers
Retired basketball players take part in a tournament commemorating soldiers, all residents of Gaza border area communities, who fell during Operation Protective Edge last summer Among the players: Doron Jamchi, Aulcie Perry and Tal Brody.
Jewish gravestones used to build outhouse in Polish village
Residents of tiny Polish town of Pilica apparently wanted to defile the memory of the Jews after WWII Gravestones with Hebrew writing used inside the house as well Homeowners' heirs ignore plea to remove gravestones and restore them to cemetery.