Netanyahu speech called 'political theater' by NY Times; Wash. Post demands serious Obama response
A league of his own
Obama: Nothing new in Netanyahu's Congress speech
Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest Netanyahu’s speech, Zionists in front of US Consulate
Doctors at Afula-area hospital develop test to predict fatal condition in pregnant women
Family of Haifa urologist killed in car accident donate organs for transplant
More fiber and coffee reduce the risk of colorectal cancer
Dr. Sanford Kuvin, infectious disease expert, dies
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Tiberias wastewater heads to new treatment plant, curbing raw sewage flow in Jordan River
SPNI files High Court petition against Agriculture Ministry demanding fishing reforms
Israel, Jordan sign historic plan to save Dead Sea
Recovering US veterans meet IDF counterparts
Egged Taavura bus driver strikes leave passengers stranded around the country
Men of the hour
Sarti strikes back
Sinai Says: Tabib’s terrible week just tip of the iceberg in Israeli soccer corruption
Israelis back on top of All-Star game in Holon
State Cup semifinalists set to be decided
Greens still alive thanks to emotional Benayoun winner
Turkish airlines flight with 14 Israelis aboard skids off Nepal runway
US budget caps could complicate Israel's missile funding request
Deri greeted like a rock star at Shas rally in Tel Aviv
Politicians perform their Purim spiels in TV ads
Arab Joint List rejects idea of joining Herzog-led government
Analysis: Is there a point to televised election ads in 2015?
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PLO to hold talks in Ramallah on possibly suspending security ties with Israel
PA slams Kerry for supporting Israel at UN
Herzog says he's prepared to go to Ramallah, Arab League to launch diplomatic intitative
'Gaza Man' app trains youth to fight 'Israeli aggression' with rifles & RPGs
UK bans Israel ad featuring Old City
Watch: Jewish protesters chant 'no justice, no peace, boycott Netanyahu's speech'
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AIPAC floods Capitol Hill scene
Syria's Nusra Front may leave Qaida to form new entity
Iran pans Netanyahu speech as Sunni Arabs support
Saudi Arabia, South Korea sign nuclear cooperation agreement to build reactors
Iran FM Zarif criticizes Netanyahu for trying to influence nuclear deal
Iran says it rejects Obama's demand for 10-year nuclear work halt
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03.04.2015 | 13 Adar, 5775
While the suspect was questioned, Rosenfeld said the grenades were seized and safely neutralized by sappers.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Community leader: Bennett wants to ‘control Arab society’ because he sees it as a threat.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
No injuries reported; police also find the word "revenge" spray-painted in Hebrew on outside walls of the home.
By BEN HARTMAN
The two are under the investigation of Israel's security agency, the Shin Bet.
By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA,JPOST.COM STAFF
Aharonovitch's answer is not definitive and emphasizes that it is up to police and Shin Bet to determine the nature of Nathaniel Roi Arami's death.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Jerusalem mayor launches fleet of 90 municipal patrol vehicles.
A police vehicle was damaged, police said, but officers remained unharmed.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Police assessing potential security threat and deliberating whether to impose age restrictions for Friday prayers at Temple Mount.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH,BEN HARTMAN
A spokesman for the Lachish regional police, including Ashkelon, said they have nothing to do with the initiative.
Military sources had previously denied that live fire was used to control May rioting.
Security source sweeping area southwest of Bethlehem after Palestinian vehicle hits soldiers in the 2nd vehicular attack of the day targeting Israelis.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,BEN HARTMAN
Residents of Shuafat declare day of mourning over killing of Al-Acri.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
The officer recounts moment terrorist "noticed us," and "ran towards us," as he describes unfolding of attack.
‘Our hearts are crying but we are very tough and we will move on with our lives… this will only toughen us up,’ says Barkat at scene of attack.
Whether the third intifada or a new spin-off, Jerusalem is in the throes of the worst spate of Arab violence against Jewish residents in over a decade.
By DAVID BRINN
Tunis chief rabbi expresses his frustration to Hollande.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Bullet fired through Paris synagogue window.
By JOSEPH STRICH
The new policy won’t solve all the city’s problems, but if maintained, it might reduce the violence.
By EVELYN GORDON
Throughout Israel, there are so-called parliaments of prominent personalities who get together each week to coming up with solutions for Israel’s myriad problems.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Crisis Center for Religious Women is fighting to raise the religious community’s awareness of sexual and child abuse with a groundbreaking conference.
By NAAMA BARAK
Mourning – and tales of miracles – after the synagogue massacre.
By EITAN AROM
"That a leader of the opposition could be shot beside the walls of the Kremlin is beyond imagination. There can be only one version: that he was shot for telling the truth."
Inquiry will continue in order to look for possible accomplices, particularly abroad.
Sleeper cells planning attacks in France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Report: the hostage taker said he belonged to ISIS and his female accomplice is still on the run, according to CNN.
Police source says the two suspects had been sighted in the town.
Five people suffered serious injuries, including the driver.
The family of Mia Reeves, 27, said that they have contacted the police in England, the British Consulate in Tel Aviv, and EasyJet, the airline their daughter was flying.
Police say conspiracy scammed the state out of tens of millions of shekels in tax revenue.
Police arrest 10 store employees suspected of involvement in year-long scam.
Two victims hospitalized with wounds caused by stones the youths allegedly threw at them.
Nineteen of the suspects were detained for using only, and police said that the sums brought in by the dealers were in the hundreds of shekels.
Gila Gaziel's appointment follows a vow by Danino to bring more female officers into the top ranks of the police.
Shin Bet: We follow the law, all complaints checked by Justice Ministry.
Danino terminated Coastal District head Asst.-Ch. Hagai Dotan and Beersheba police station commander Moshe Ivgy.
The two cases are just the latest in a series to go public in recent weeks.
Meretz head Gal-On appeals to AG to "instruct” Netanyahu “to freeze any change in the composition of the committees until after the elections.”
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Authorities investigating 17 restaurants, butchers and businesses for money laundering, fraud.
According to Lavie, "bandages cannot be used to fix what needs surgery," and firing and suspending police officers is not enough to solve the problem.
By LAHAV HARKOV
ACRI says black foam-tipped bullets were used by police in September, even though guidelines on their use were only published by the Police in January.
If Dotan is removed from service he will be the eighth officer with the rank of assistant chief to face such a fate in less than a year and a half.
The officer joins a long list of top police commanders to be investigated for wrongdoing in the past couple of years.
Police chief's comments come in the wake of a series of scandals involving senior police commanders accused of sexual misconduct.
Authorities detain 30 yeshiva students during the raid at the famous Ponovezh Yeshiva amid reported feud between rival groups.
Justice Ministry Police Investigations Department head Uri Carmel spoke out on the issue.
"I'd like to say to citizens you have a force you can trust," Danino says amid 7th police scandal in a little over a year.
The allegations are that the officer sexually harassed and committed indecent sexual acts against a lower level policewoman who needed his help, using his seniority to take advantage of her.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,BEN HARTMAN
Municipality cites infrastructural improvements, increased safety measures and educational campaign for significant drop.
Posing as a handyman with a serious cocaine habit, an undercover agent spent months recording cocaine deals in south Tel Aviv, pausing from his job only to fight in Op. Protective Edge.
The man's 17-year-old daughter was also in the car and was lightly injured in the blast, which occurred next to the Hod Hasharon train station.
MDA paramedics say nine people stabbed in attack carried out by 23-year-old man from Tulkarm.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Justice Ministry opens probe into shooting to determine the source of the bullet that killed 21-year-old Sami al-Ajar.
Sprawling, state-of-the-art national training facility took three years to construct, cost NIS 2 billion.
Former MK of the National Religious Party Nahum Langenthal also questioned.
Koolanu party says investigation proves that ILA should be broken up.
Tel Aviv Municipality and company running pool argue there had been no actual change in enforcement.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Investigation involves NIS 4,000,000 sent by the state to the Afula municipality, in exchange for appointments.
Shin Bet: Jerusalem resident Musa Ajlouni, 21, confessed to attack, saying he wanted to kill police officers
The attack was the second of its kind near Damascus gate in two months.
The four are due for a hearing Wednesday morning in the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman and other Yisrael Beitenu officials have claimed that the arrests were politically motivated and meant to coincide with the upcoming elections in March.
Adi Mahlouf, 38, is a well-known underworld figure who police say was on his way to sell the ready-to-use 2kg bomb when he was arrested on December 15th.
Parliamentary assistant of deputy interior minister is accused of involvement in conspiracy through which Yisrael Beytenu officials received bribes.
He was arrested on December 16, following his pursuing minors also on Facebook, Kik, Skype and Whatsapp.
Attempt follows extended period of inter-gang violence between the two gangs.
Suspect released from police custody 3 days after arrest, ordered to stay 100 meters away from Shas politician for six months.
Police say the city officials created a system of favors and incentives to reward people from both within and outside the municipality.
Army Radio: Cops forced tourist to undress after suspecting that he possessed drugs.
Factory workers in central town of Tira were apparently raising some 20 puppies for use in dog fights.
IDF searching for car that dropped off the woman at the junction.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,TOVAH LAZAROFF
32-year-old man taken in to custody for further questioning.
Female police officer in Bat Yam injured in hit and run.
Jerusalem men in their 20s to be brought for questioning by police after rescue.
The two men first broke a road block with their vehicle, which had been stolen earlier from Jerusalem.
Swiss philanthropists to award sum to anyone who prevents acts of terrorism.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Hyped Doha match ends peacefully despite fear of violence between fans of bitter rivals.
By ALLON SINAI
Despite the evidence, Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court expresses doubt about finding sufficient evidence for specific intent to kill and a murder charge.
Fireworks, knives and Tasers found in shipment from China apparently intended for Palestinian rioters clashing with Israeli security forces.
After posting about Zidan Saif's funeral on Facebook, Ariela Sternbach received pledges from several anonymous donors to pay for a charter bus to the funeral.
By JEREMY SHARON
Police record of events during the terror attack that left four dead at a synagogue in Jerusalem's Har Nof neighborhood.
National Police Commissioner says investigation ongoing of apparent grassroots attack in capital; police calling up reserve forces.
The four suspects are all in their 20s and include both Druse and Muslims.
In 2013, over 40,000 complaints of sexual violence were reported, of which some 8,637 were new inquiries, reflecting a 12% increase from the previous year.
A bill prohibiting pedestrians from using headphones while crossing the street is expected to go to a preliminary vote.
No arrests have been made yet following the clashes, as police continue to collect evidence.
Security forces stationed in capital with an emphasis on the Old City in order prevent any incidents.
Recording of incident shows man approach police car, appearing to hit it with an object in his hand before apparently being shot.
22-year-old from Kafr Kana succumbs to gunfire wounds after police shot him during attempted knife attack.
20 injured from inhaling toxic gases from leak reportedly caused by factory workers accidentally severing pipes connected to ammonia tank.
Police arrest attorney who they say swiped millions of shekels.
Police believe attack was criminally motivated.
The underlying cause of the current crisis is to be found in the inherent
dysfunctionality of Israeli rule in East Jerusalem
By LARA FRIEDMAN,DANIEL SEIDEMANN
A roundup of local news stories.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
Turkey's Western allies have reacted with alarm to what they see as signs of erosion of the rule of law.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
Over past few months there has been a series of reports by police in the north of ISIS graffiti.
The claim that a Jewish presence on Har Habayit ‘inflames’ Muslim sensitivities and invites disaster is disingenuous
By STEWART WEISS
The bullet that killed Hamdan has also brought the Israel Police to the latest and possibly most dangerous scandal of Yohanan Danino’s term as commissioner.