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Netanyahu vows to deal with Iran, build in the settlements
Joint Likud-Beytenu list officially launches campaign Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: If you want a strong Israel, vote for Likud-Beytenu Yisrael Beytenu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman: Palestinian Authority president is not a partner for peace.
 
Dan Margalit | Likud rises from its slumber
The Likud campaign up until now has made many mistakes. They should just have played their winning card: Netanyahu has no rivals.
 
Dror Eydar | Yedioth Ahronoth's spins
After the plan to bring back former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert failed, much like Hatnuah Chairwoman Tzipi Livni's comeback, Yedioth is desperate to get the message across: Anyone but Netanyahu!
Yossi Beilin | Kerry will try to solve Middle East conflict
As secretary of state, John Kerry won't wash his hands clean of the Israel-Palestinian conflict. He believes he can find the solution.
Sigal Arbitman | It's our New Year's Eve, too
We live our lives according to the Gregorian calendar, so we should celebrate when the year ends.
Hagai Uzan | Sylvester isn't our party
Celebrating New Year's Eve is like joining a victory parade for a team you don't root for, and much more expensive.
Why are Christians leaving Bethlehem?
Bethlehem is enjoying unprecedented financial and tourism growth but Christian residents are emigrating abroad in droves Cultural and religious suffocation in mostly Muslim city, persecution, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are only some of the reasons
Lieberman interrogated, confronted with Ayalon testimony
Avigdor Lieberman is interrogated at the National Fraud Investigation Unit office The former foreign minister is confronted with his former deputy's testimony concerning the alleged illegal promotion of a former Israeli ambassador.
Report says Netanyahu may seek secular government
Israel Radio reports meeting between Netanyahu and Livni associates on her role in next government Parties deny meeting PM says he will focus on three goals: non-sectoral housing portfolio, national service for all and changes in government system.
Terror infrastructure dismantled in Ramallah
Detained members from uncovered cell admitted to planning an abduction of an Israeli as a bargaining chip to free PFLP leader Ahmed Sadaat, in an Israeli prison since 2006 for the assassination of Tourism Minister Rehavam Ze'evi in 2001.
Israeli university heads appeal Ariel's new status
Maj. Gen. Alon Nitzan approves the recognition of Ariel University Center as a full-fledged university In appeal to High Court of Justice, heads of Israeli universities say Ariel's status should not have been upgraded just before Knesset election.
'They just want to beat up Arabs'
Thamar Badawi said religious Jews beat him up while he and his friend were riding their bicycles in Jerusalem Badawi: They don't want peace Police have made no arrests so far, say crime was nationalistically motivated.
Ancient temple, rare ritual tools discovered near Jerusalem
Finds at Tel Motza date back to the beginning of the Judean kingdom period Pottery found at the site appears to have been used in ancient rituals some 2,750 years ago.
Syrian rebels: Assad using new types of poisonous gas
Doctors reportedly unable to identify the gas compund, which "causes hives on the skin and asphyxiation for those who inhale it" According to The Guardian, former Syrian regime spokesman now working with CIA Head of Syrian military police defects.
In ongoing cyberwar, Internet virus attacks Iranian industrial sites
"The progress of this virus was halted," says Iranian official Summit of Gulf Arab leaders concludes with demand to end "continuing Iranian interference" in Gulf Arab affairs Iran to begin naval maneuvers Friday near strategic Strait of Hormuz.
On a wing and a prayer: Iran bans flights during mosque call
Iran parliament issues ban on flights until 30 minutes after call to prayer to allow passengers time "to carry out their religious duties" Serious attention to be given to observing strict Islamic dress code for women working at airports or airlines.
Tel Aviv, the city that never goes offline
Public wireless network will enable residents of Tel Aviv and visitors to enjoy free high-speed Internet connections The project will include 80 Wi-Fi relay stations at a cost of around 6 million shekels ($1.6 million).
Israel revisits limits on women's prayer at Western Wall
Netanyahu instructs Jewish Agency to find solution for Jewish women wishing to don prayer shawls traditionally reserved for men at one of Judaism's holiest sites Netanyahu: Western Wall "must remain a source of Jewish unity rather than division."