Saturday October 25, 2014
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25.10.2014
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Government moves to classify settler extremists as terrorists
Decision in response to break-in at military base by hilltop youth Defining price-tag violence as terror allows state to allocate more resources Administrative arrest warrants and restraining orders to be issued against numerous right-wing activists.
 
Dan Margalit | Bring back fear of the government
"Pray for the welfare of the government, for without fear of it, people would swallow each other alive," our sages said.
Yoav Limor | The IDF's will to win
We can talk all day about an "elite" military unit having "operational superiority," but if such a division is caught with its pants down, there is cause for concern.
 
Yaakov Ahimeir | Gingrich and the big picture
History is for the historians; politics is for politicians.
Prof. Ron Breiman | Three cheers for Newt Gingrich
Finally, an American politician who speaks the truth about the 'Palestinians.'
Dani Dayan | We are the IDF
Any harm done to the IDF constitutes a strike at all of us.
Dror Eydar | The anarchy of Jewish gangsters
The wild youths do not heed the calls of rabbis, and we should not be fooled by their religious appearance.
David Keyes | Small Egyptian victories
Egypt may seem hopeless at times, but we must never forget the potential impact of engaging with regular people.
Yossi Beilin | Israel's first ambassador to the new Egypt
Yaacov Amitai faces the challenge of explaining the strategic interests that Israel and Egypt share.
Vandals set fire to Jerusalem mosque
Racist slurs spray-painted on mosque walls, calling for death of Arabs and insulting Muslim Prophet Mohammed Three teams of firefighters summoned to douse flames Mosque sustains light damage, no one hurt.
Ben Eliezer: Soldiers should have shot their attackers
Officials from across the political spectrum condemn attack of army base by extreme right-wingers Netanyahu: We will eradicate this type of violence Settler rabbi: The government is forcing settlers to commit these crimes.
'I've never seen such hatred for Israeli soldiers,' says top officer
GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Avi Mizrahi: "We don't protect bases from Jewish attackers, we protect bases from terrorists "This is a premeditated act in response to a government order to evacuate all settler outposts by the end of this year."
Dr. Haim Shine | Right-wing shame
For violating the good reputation of the settlers and damaging the vision of a "Greater Israel," there is no forgiveness.
Barak to meet Obama, other top US officials in Washington
Defense minister scheduled to meet with U.S. president at the Union for Reform Judaism Biennial, the largest gathering of Jews in North America "All issues on the table" will be discussed, but Iran will top the agenda, Barak's office says.
'Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria will be a danger to Israel'
During ceremony for new student dormitories at Ariel University Center, Education Minister Gideon Saar says alternatives to a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria need to be considered, announces that Samaria's Tel Shiloh will be added as field trip.
Ross: Obama is serious about stopping Iran
Military option is on the table, says former top Obama adviser But there is still time to stop Iran with sanctions Israel needs to show Palestinians that occupation is receding, he says.
Limor Livnat forms committee to combat discrimination of women
Committee moves to advance steps to halt rising trend of exclusion of women from the public sphere Specialized inter-ministerial panel is expected to submit recommendation on the matter within two months.
A day after closure, PM orders Mughrabi Bridge reopened
PM orders bridge to be reopened to public Bridge connects Western Wall to Temple Mount and is the only accessible entrance for Jews and other visitors Jerusalem municipality closed the bridge Monday, saying it was a serious danger to the public.
Ahmadinejad laughs at US as Republicans talk tough on Iran
"The U.S. decided to give us their drone," Ahmadinehad jokes Former Vice President Richard Cheney says Iran likely to get nukes under Obama's watch Newt Gingrich: "Two or three nuclear weapons is a Holocaust.
Ros-Lehtinen urges funding cutoff as UNESCO hoists Palestinian flag
House Foreign Affairs Committee chairwoman says the move rewards the Palestinian leaderships refusal to negotiate with Israel PA President Mahmoud Abbas is in Paris as flag is raised to cheers, applause.
Matisyahu king without a beard?
Matisyahu shot to fame in 2004 as a crossover reggae phenomenon in the traditional Hasidic uniform of thick beard, black hat, black pants and white shirt Many of his songs focus on Jewish themes and use lyrics from Jewish scripture.
Apple takes bite out of Israeli technology
Abonit is a flash memory technology-maker Purchase would be one of Apple's largest acquisitions yet, and the first time it does business in Israel.