Arab Israeli Conflict
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MK Shelly Yacimovich said that the state's announcement is "a welcome step that will save Israel from committing a serious and harmful act."
By UDI SHAHAM
It will become the first station to be opened in the area in 15 years.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Controversy surrounds Netanyahu's new social media staffer.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Prague recently paused a NIS 500 million deal with IAI/ELTA systems for eight new 3D mobile air defense radars.
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The city of Lod claims other motives.
By MAARIV ONLINE
Israeli security forces demolished the home of Ahmad Kunba, one of the murderers in the terrorist attack that killed Rabbi Raziel Shevach three months earlier.
By RINA BASSIST
Ambassador to France Aliza Bin Noun emphasized that the cross-cultural season is not a PR campaign, but a truly magnificent opportunity for both sides to learn about each other.
By TAL SCHNEIDER/GLOBES
"Resolution 922 is a revolutionary plan for promoting real social equality."
By AMY SPIRO
Her representative worried it would not be "appropriate to hold the ceremony given the government actions and the recent escalation."
The band responsible for smash hits 'Rockabye,' 'Symphony' to play in Rishon.
Reunion of Israeli rock group Tattoo will open for the show.
Jerusalem keeps first clean sheet in four matches for 1-0 win to cut gap from 1st to four points
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The Supreme Court Justice and prime minister sparred off.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
With six decades of chart-topping hits under his belt, Boone’s hits cover the spectrum of genres from pop to country to rock n’ roll and gospel.
By BARRY DAVIS
“It was wonderful to see it again,” Landau recalled. “It left me feeling euphoric. I was determined to acquire it for the [Tel Aviv] museum.”
Two incidents of 'lawlessness' made the prime minister order a crackdown.
Levy-Abekasis's party stands to win twice the number of seats as Shas, according to the survey.
By JEREMY SHARON
The terms of the new law are likely to generate consternation from the progressive Jewish leadership in Israel.
Former defense minister: These are terror attacks.
They will speak to colleagues in haredi, secular and Arab schools, as well as to people in religious and secular settlements.
Regev's hostile takeover gets a takedown.
Incumbent Ron Huldai is 73 and some say it's time for him to retire.
Sony Pictures Animation is sending creators of 'The Star' to a summer festival in Jerusalem.
A Facebook post by a National Religious group slamming Pasta Basta ended up backfiring completely.
By HERB KEINON
By LAHAV HARKOV
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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