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25.07.2014
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'Europe once again ignoring calls to destroy Israel'
PM Netanyahu accuses EU of "double standard" by condemning Israel but maintaining a "deafening silence" in the face of Hamas calls to wipe Israel out Lieberman: Those who sacrifice the Jews today need to realize that they will be next.
 
Boaz Bismuth | Europe's 'dismay' over settlements
The EU is currently too divided to sanction Israel for its E1 construction plan.
 
Dan Margalit | An Arab-free Knesset?
The move to disqualify MK Hanin Zoabi and the Arab parties will cause unprecedented damage to Israel's image as the only democracy in the Middle East.
Zvika Fogel | How not to build a winning army
Each combat soldier learns how to hold a line while charging toward the enemy, but no soldier was ever taught to hold a line with lawyers. This is what happens when you take skilled soldiers trained to win and ask them to be policemen.
Ruthie Blum | La-la land of milk and honey
While Peres is busy declaring that history doesnt matter, and Olmert and Livni are busy rewriting it, the majority of the Israeli electorate cannot stomach their hypocrisy and blindness.
Netanyahu defends integrity of Levy report against claims of bias
Vice Prime Minister Silvan Shalom had suggested that former Justice Edmond Levy's politics were not lost on the government when he was appointed to lead study group on settlements.
Bnei Brak mayor refuses to meet IDF manpower chief
Maj. Gen. Orna Barbivai, IDF's highest-ranking woman, was scheduled to meet with Bnei Brak municipal officials and tour yeshivas to encourage haredi enlistment Mayor says he had prior commitments that prevented him from meeting with Barbivai on Tuesday.
New poll: Right and haredim hold steady, Center on the rise
Left is shedding support, with Labor dropping to 17 seats According to new Walla poll, the defection of Amir Peretz strengthens Livni's Hatnuah Hatnuah and Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid climb to 11 each A little over a month to go before elections.
Modesty policy forces haredi Shas party to remove campaign ads
New Shas campaign features Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who holds anti-haredi views, wearing a haredi kippah with the slogan "Only Shas will prevent assimilation" Jerusalem buses won't run ads depicting people, to satisfy modesty demands.
US intel foresees Palestinian state without resolution of conflict
New U.S. intelligence report on what the world may look like in 2030 says a Palestinian state could come into being via "unofficial independent actions," but that the core issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would remain unresolved.
US approves sales of precision bomb kits to Israel
Pentagon notifies Congress it approved Israel's request to buy 6,900 Joint Direct Attack Munition tail kits built by Boeing Pentagon: U.S. is committed to Israel's security and it is vital for us to assist Israel in developing self-defense capabilities.
International chemical weapons agency 'ready' on Syria
Deputy head of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says staff gearing up to help if Syria's neighbors raise alarm about use of chemical weapons Syria is not a member of OPCW but experts could be sent to Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon or Iraq.
IDF to examine changing rules of engagement for soldiers
Video footage of IDF troops fleeing a crowd of stone-throwing Palestinians continues to make waves Soldier say the army is "tying their hands" Kadima Chairman Shaul Mofaz: "We cannot accept images of fleeing soldiers."
Timing not right to appoint deputy chief of IDF, Weinstein says
Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein asks Defense Minister Ehud Barak to explain why Maj. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot was appointed deputy IDF chief close to elections Defense Ministry: The appointment was vital.
'The next government will have to cut NIS 15 billion'
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer says the 2013 economic outlook for Israel is not good and the government will have to slash its budget by billions of shekels Fischer also says the situation may also call for tax hikes.
Egypt's military takes over ahead of constitution vote
Egypt's political crisis began on Nov. 22 when Morsi issued a decree granting himself and the Islamist-dominated panel writing the constitution immunity from judicial oversight or challenge.
A Hasmonean-era treasure in the heart of Jerusalem
Items from the ancient days of the Hasmonean dynasty, including a perfume container and a lead weight, are found in Jerusalem's Kiryat Yovel neighborhood Chief archaeologist: Very little is known about the city during that era.
For edge against Internet giants, Google looks to Tel Aviv
Google launches "Campus Tel Aviv," which will hold events for entrepreneurs and offer access to Google staff and other industry experts Facility will also host "Launchpad," a two-week boot camp for early startups.