Saturday October 10, 2015
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Barak: Syria strike proof we mean what we say
Speaking at defense conference in Germany, defense minister says the strike in Syria is "proof that when we say something, we mean it we say that we don't think it [Syria] should be allowed to bring advanced weapons systems into Lebanon."
Dr. Reuven Berko | Syria is Iran's weakest link
Syria's collapse in the Sunni revolutionary sphere, U.S. warnings and actions by Iran's allies are critically damaging the survivability of the Iranian Shiite axis of evil.
Dan Margalit | Cut to the chase
Given that 82 MKs recommended that Benjamin Netanyahu be the next prime minister, there is no reason for coalition talks to drag on.
Aharon Lapidot | The Iranian charade
Iran's announcement of a domestically manufactured stealth bomber appears to be nothing more than propaganda.
Abraham Ben-Zvi | I pledge allegiance
Is Republican support for Obama's immigration reform a harbinger of change?
Ambassador Matthew Gould | Help the survivors
Survivors' community centers are a way to calm their greatest fear: that people will cease to believe that the Holocaust actually happened.
Netanyahu: Stopping Iran will be next government's top priority
President Shimon Peres officially taps Benjamin Netanyahu to form the next government Netanyahu calls for "broadest possible" unity government and urges PA to return to negotiating table Likud-Beytenu: Netanyahu prefers ultra-Orthodox over Lapid.
Mati Tuchfeld | Around the Knesset in 88 days
With 88 MKs-elect eying a seat at the table, Netanyahu's task could turn out to be even simpler than in 2009.
Habayit Hayehudi MKs, rabbis disagree over Lapid draft proposal
Several prominent rabbis who are associated with the party are worried that party leader Naftali Bennett is closely coordinating his positions with Yair Lapid, who they believe has taken the issue of the haredi military draft "to the extreme."
A soft landing, as new MKs get orientation day at Knesset
Unlike previous Knesset orientations, media was only allowed to stay for the Knesset speaker's speech and the tour of the building Knesset source: If there were television cameras around, new MKs would hesitate to ask questions.
Five arrested after clashes at Palestinian protest encampment
Clashes erupt between Israeli security personnel and group of Palestinians and extreme left-wing activists at protest camp near Har Bracha settlement Three Border Police personnel hurt Calm is eventually restored and the camp is dismantled.
Islamic Jihad kidnapping plot inside Israel foiled
Islamic Jihad terror cell attempts to kidnap civilians and soldiers at bus and train stations inside Israel Three cell members arrested in their vehicle near the Eyal checkpoint Investigation leads to arrest of eight additional suspects.
Biden: US ready to hold direct talks with Iran
Speaking at an international security conference in Munich, Vice President Joe Biden says diplomacy could still succeed in thwarting Iran's nuclear ambitions Biden: The ball is in the Iranian government's court to show it is negotiating in good faith.
Legendary NYC mayor Ed Koch dies, Monday funeral set
The three-term New York mayor, "Saturday Night Live" host and Muppets actor dies of congestive heart failure at 88 Proudly Jewish, Koch was outspoken supporter of Israel Koch is eulogized by the political echelon, including President Barack Obama.
Turkey: Is there a secret deal between Israel and Assad?
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu: Why didn't Assad even throw a pebble at Israeli jets when they flew over his palace? Syrian opposition leader meets with Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, signaling readiness to talk with Damascus.
Iranian technology: Domestic triumph or monkey business?
Israeli defense official says the Israel Air Force does not have "much cause for concern" over Iran's recently unveiled stealth fighter The Times asserts Iran's space launch last week was either fake or the launched monkey did not survive.