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PA assures reconciliation agreement required recognition of Israel's existence
Jabril Rajoub tells Army Radio that PA committed to two-state solution, demanded Hamas recognize Israel's existence as term of reconciliation agreement.
Hamas official: Abbas due to visit Gaza after Palestinians form unity government
Lapid calls for improved anti-BDS tactics, says settlements not the issue
Finance minister urges Israel to do more to help European Jewish community fight organizations that support boycotts.
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Watch: Jewish worshipers save family from burning car outside London Synagogue
London citizen and visitor from Israel, identified as a veteran of the Israeli army, pulled an elderly man and a baby from a burning vehicle.
Israel flying closer to buying an Air Force 1?
Panel recommends that state buy instead of rent plane to serve president, prime minister.
US court charges 5 haredi men for attacking gay black man in New York
Charges don't include counts for hate crimes; if convicted, ultra-Orthodox men could face up to 25-year jail sentence.
Lapid: Fatah-Hamas accord is 'game-changer'
Bennett says unity deal has turned PA into "largest terrorist organization in the world, 20 minutes from Tel Aviv.”
New program makes soldiers train amid operational duties
To maintain combat readiness, IDF has allocated millions of shekels to allow forces to take "breaks" from security duties in order to train.
US rebukes Iran's election to UN committee on NGOs
American envoy to the UN notes that Islamic Republic subjects many human rights defenders to "torture, abuse, violations of due process."
US says 'disappointed' by Palestinian unity deal
State Department says Fatah-Hamas reconciliation deal could "seriously complicate" peace efforts; Abbas says deal doesn't contradict talks with Israel.
IAF targets Gaza terror cell; rockets fired into Israel
Two rockets land in Israel after reconciliation deal announced; Shin Bet attempts to thwart "imminent threat to Israeli security."
Ya’alon: IDF prioritizes demolitions of illegal homes in settlements with violent record
Rights group slams defense minister, IDF for "collectively punishing" communities.
Ex-chief of Jewish poverty council to plead guilty in NY financial scam
William Rapfoge will reportedly plead guilty for his role in a scheme to steal more than $7 million from the social service agency.
Candidly Speaking: Incentives for murdering Jews
The compelling advantage of the two-state format
Inside Out: The multilateral alternative
Overland Park – our home town
SYBIL AND BARRY KAPLAN
A Moscow-Cairo-Jerusalem axis?
Of nations and states and nation-states: A reply to Paul Gro...
‘Occupation’ – That word makes me uncomfortable too
Will Qatar abandon the Muslim Brotherhood?
Analysis & Features
Analysis: Abbas’s message - My demands, or else...
US reacts to Russia’s growing clout, warming ties to Egypt by unfreezing weapon aid
Spoon-bending psychic Geller to help Israelis defy disasters
Israel cancels planned peace talks meeting after Fatah-Hamas unity deal announced
Israel makes inquiries about American-Israeli reporter abducted in Ukraine
Nobel laureate Shechtman joins American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Muslim Brotherhood movement struggles continue as Jordanian branch fractures
US gov’t to reveal position to Supreme Court on Arab Bank terror-financing case
Hamas, Abbas's PLO announce reconciliation agreement
50,000 Holocaust survivors in Israel living in poverty, report finds
Netanyahu: Abbas must choose, peace with Israel or reconciliation with Hamas
The Plaza Tshuva Group’s Park Bavli Towers Project
Bavli - the most prestigious and desirable neighborhood in Tel Aviv, is aimed at people who dream of living in the center of the city, yet still want to live close to nature and be part of ...
More than 1,000 Jews from former Soviet Union gather for Limmud in Moscow
The confab, which takes place from April 24 to 27, is considered the largest Jewish gathering in the FSU.
Hassid running for EU Parliament looks to stop ‘great indifference to Jewish issues’
In ‘Jewish Chronicle’ interview, Shneur Odze says UK Independence Party not racist at all.
‘Train of the Living’ to memorialize 70th anniversary of deportation of Hungarian Jews
Hundreds of high school students to ride train from Budapest to Auschwitz to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Fort digs deep into home soil
By BARRY DAVIS
Jazz pianist extraordinaire Anat Fort combines the lyrics of Nathan Alterman and the scores of Sasha Argov to create somethi
Art and cheese
By MIRIAM KRESH
Dairies and galleries add to the charm of the hilltop town.
Brazilian artist and photographer Vik Muniz opens up about his signature style, collaborating with kids and why art is a powerful tool.
Time for brisket?
Many of us who come to Israel from abroad wean ourselves off brisket. But here’s a recipe – and in a nod to the old school, it includes Coca-Cola.
Starting over again
How do we get back into shape after becoming enslaved to our desires for food and overeating during the holidays?
European Leadership Conference 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
The ELC 2014 Conference began on Sunday, March 30 and ended on Tuesday, April 1. The conference, which focused on facing the next decade, was thought-provoking and included discussions on youn...
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Temple Mount terror
A gangland view of international relations
Not a celebrity funeral?
Jan Karski: An Authentic Hero
Moses in human rights garb
The Jewish Problem, Sources: Paul of Tarsus, Part 1
Peace process blame game won’t help the parties get there
State witness in Bar Noar will waive immunity on sexual assault charge
It is unclear whether any charges will be filed following the immunity deal or to what extent his oral waiver of immunity could be enforced.
Likud activists pushing for Liberman-Kahlon bond in next election
A poll found that if Liberman ran on a ticket with Kahlon, the party would win 22 seats and beat the Likud.
East Jerusalem land dispute turns into full-scale neighborhood riot
Over 80 residents of A-Tur representing opposing families clash in streets, resulting in 4 injuries, 8 arrests and attack on police.
An exhibition of historic KKL-JNF photographs on glass at the 3rd International Photography Festival, held at the Carmel Wineries in Rishon LeZion. The exhibition runs until April 19.
Environment & Technology
Henin questions need to put new port in Haifa Bay area
As head of a new Knesset subcommittee to investigate environmental and planning issues, Henin led other MKs on a tour of the Haifa port area.
Tourism Ministry will provide grants to new camping sites
Due to the increasing popularity of camping, the Tourism Ministry to publish directive offering grants to entrepreneurs interested in establishing campsites.
New project encourages recycling after school
ELA Recycling Corporation chairwoman says Israel surpassed the US and Europe in meeting its plastic recycling goals this year.
Health & Science
Rabin Medical Center offers free vocal cords tests
Examinations to be conducted Thursday as part of activities for World Voice Day.
Hadassah-Treasury negotiations ‘stuck’; Histadrut declaring work dispute
Knesset committee approved the transfer of NIS 46 million for continued funding of HMO during the freeze period of financial activities, but this is much too little to solve the problem.
Blood-pressure drug prevents epilepsy after brain injury, BGU research finds
Between one tenth and one fifth of epilepsy attacks result from serious trauma to the head.
Maccabi Tel Aviv thrashes Milano, Final Four beckons
Monster fourth quarter at Nokia propels yellow-and-blue from deficit to 20-point victory; CSKA or Pana on deck.
Ashdod seals relegation fate with loss; Herzliya staying put
Herzliya guaranteed its survival without Ashdod’s help, beating Hapoel Eilat 80-79.
Tennis: Israel to host ATP Tour event at Ramat Hasharon
The tournament will offer $1 million in prize money, with the ATP World Tour to return to Israel for the first time since 1996.
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Kinneret watch: 1.135m from upper red line
WATCH: Israel takes yoga to a whole new level
Combining elements of acrobatics and yoga, Israelis meet in parks around the country regularly to share their pass
The lobbying dilemma
Fourth and final installment in a series on transparency in the legislative process: In recent years, laws and reg
Art and devotion: 'A biblical Harry Potter'
A new series based on the story of Elijah the Prophet and billed as "a biblical Harry Potter" balances artistic li
Sweating the small stuff
While facing monumental challenges with heroism and humor, we always sweat the small stuff as though our survival
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