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Deputy director of Iran uranium enrichment plant assassinated
Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, 32, supervisor of a department at Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment facility, killed by bomb attached to his car window Tehran deputy governor says bomb was the work of the Zionists."
 
Clifford D. May | Iran and al-Qaida
Iran and al-Qaida, despite their differences, can and do cooperate to wage what they see as a great jihad against America and its allies.
 
Isi Leibler | On democracy, McCarthyism and fascism
It is inconceivable for a democratic country under siege to tolerate organizations engaging in unbridled defamatory campaigns which damage national interests.
Yoram Ettinger | Root causes of anti-US Islamic terrorism
No U.S. pressure on Israel would spare Washington the wrath of rogue Islamic regimes.
Yaakov Ahimeir | Encourage Haredim to enlist
The army's commanders should adopt the open, embracing attitude of Beit Hillel.
Dan Margalit | A national outrage
The boycott on selling apartments to Ethiopians violates every Jewish, moral and democratic principle.
Gantz: Iran should expect more 'unnatural' events in 2012
IDF Chief Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz warns that pressure on Iran will increase this year Russia joins concerns over Iran nuclear program Former U.S. presidential adviser: Obama is willing to use force to stop Iran.
Egypt: Israeli pilgrimage 'impossible' this year
Egypt: It would not be "appropriate" for Israeli pilgrims to make an annual visit to the tomb of a 19th-century Jewish holy man in the Nile Delta Activists mobilize to block the pilgrimage route.
Mosque vandalized, Palestinian cars torched in price-tag attack
Three Palestinian-owned cars are set alight Tuesday night in the village of Deir-Istiya in central Samaria, and graffiti is scrawled on the village's mosque.
Israeli soldier arrested for passing information to right-wing activists
The combat soldier, serving in the Paratroopers 890 Brigade, allegedly gave right-wing activists intelligence from inside the army, including movement and sizes of forces about to be sent to demolish illegal outposts in Judea and Samaria.
Ethiopians protest over refusal to lease them apartments
Thousands of Ethiopians protest in southern town against perceived bias and racism among landlords renting housing Signs say, "Our blood isn't only good for wars" Knesset to hold emergency session of Absorption Committee.
Dr. Haim Shine | Ethiopian immigrants, don't despair
It's a shame that Ethiopian Jews today still encounter the same disgraceful attitude from some Israelis that other immigrant groups encountered when they arrived.
Police probe death threats against political newcomer Yair Lapid
Man writes on Lapid's Facebook page: You deserve to die, and he who carries this out will be blessed During press conference with Labor head Shelly Yachimovich, Noam Shalit promises not to use his son in campaign.
Likud spokesman says no national elections until 2013
MK Ofir Akunis says those predicting early elections are living in "la-la land" Knesset postpones hearing on so-called "Lapid law" Just days after entering politics, Yair Lapid gets death threats on his Facebook page.
Uri Heitner | Noam Shalit: good or bad for Israeli politics?
Noam Shalit has every right to enter politics, but the values that guided the prisoner swap for his son are wrong.
Back by popular demand: Gadna program for high school students
IDF announced it would freeze program last Friday, but education minister asked chief of general staff to reconsider Starting next Sunday, the program will be reinstated, IDF says.
Israeli hacker launches counter cyberattack against Saudis
An Israeli hacker has posted credit card information online belonging to hundreds of Saudis, Egyptians, Syrians and others in a new salvo in the cyberwar launched last week.
Gunmen open fire in shopping center near Egypt-Israel border
Suspected gang of Bedouin robbers breaks into shopping complex near the Taba border crossing in attempt to rob jewelry stores Firefight breaks out between robbers, security forces All Israelis safe.
Imam who called for killing Obama will not be investigated
Jerusalem imam used YouTube video to threaten revenge for bin Laden assassination against the "dogs of the West" Prosecution says threats against Obama likely won't lead to actual acts of violence.
Ehud Barak extends warm hand to prime minister in Greece
Defense minister travels to Greece for a series of diplomatic meetings to increase cooperation between the two countries Officially thanks Greece for its help with 2010 Carmel fires and says both countries represent ancient civilizations.
Settlement building rose 20% in 2011, says Peace Now
Left-wing NGO says 2011 was a peak year for settlement building The 2010 figures were depressed by a 10-month freeze on new construction that Israel imposed in the hope of encouraging negotiations.
Kadima members call for Livni's immediate resignation
Israel Hayoms expose revealing financial misconduct and cronyism in Kadima has members furious with party leader Tzipi Livni MK Avi Dichter: She hid millions in payments from the Knesset.
Obama's new Sabbath-observant right-hand man
At the end of the month, Jack Lew will assume the position of White House chief of staff He will succeed former Chicago Mayor William Daley as a top adviser and gatekeeper to the world's most powerful man.
Romney wins New Hampshire presidential primary
Victory is a major step toward cementing Romney's position as the party's choice to run against U.S. President Barack Obama in November Romney has strong momentum going into the crucial and likely more difficult South Carolina primary on Jan. 21.
Assad vows to prevent civil war in Syria
In a speech to university students, embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad says he will not allow civil war to break out in Syria and that he did not give orders to shoot demonstrators.
Ashkenazi genes may protect from Parkinson's
One out of four Ashkenazi Jews has a genetic mutation that reduces the risk of Parkinson's disease by 30% The discovery could lead to preventative therapies, researchers say.
Pat it, roll it, and mark it with a menorah
1,500-year-old Jewish stamp discovered near Acre Item was most likely used to mark bread and other baked goods.
Tel Aviv ranked world's top gay destination
American Airlines and GayCities.com jointly choose Tel Aviv as hottest destination on the globe for homosexual travelers Tel Aviv beats New York, Madrid, Sao Paolo and London to take the title.