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Israeli driver wins NASCAR championship

Alon Day, first Israeli NASCAR driver, wins his championship after placing 4th in European series Israeli race car driver Alon Day has won his first NASCAR championship. Day finished first in the standings in the ...

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Alon Day, first Israeli NASCAR driver, wins his championship after placing 4th in European series Israeli race car driver Alon ...
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The SA-5 missile battery, which was stationed some 50 kilometers east of the Syrian capital, fired at Israeli jets that ...
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Education Minister Bennett says Israel cannot accept whitewashing Hamas, must halt all payments to terrorists. Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish ...
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'If the Iran deal is left unchanged, the world's foremost terrorist regime will have an arsenal of nuclear weapons.' Israeli ...
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Arab MK Hanin Zoabi compares Israel to Germany in the 1930s, says Israel should grant right of return to Arabs ...
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Bible Prophecy

A rare and ancient coin used for Holy Temple purposes was discovered by chance in the Jewish town of Neve ...
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"This discovery provides fascinating evidence of ritual purity in the daily lives of Galilean Jews during the time of Jesus," ...
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Sheep and goats were the order of the day, pork and shellfish nowhere to be found, and pigeons were bred ...
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IDF & Tech

The SA-5 missile battery, which was stationed some 50 kilometers east of the Syrian capital, fired at Israeli jets that were on a routine ...
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“I really hope my soldiers will not need to go to war, but if we have to, the soldiers are ready.” As Israel’s enemies ...
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Homes belonged to families of terrorists who killed Border Policewoman Hadas Malka and Sgt.Elhai Taharlev. Security forces destroyed overnight Wednesday the homes of four ...
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Arab World

HAMAS BLASTS ABBAS FOR NOT LIFTING SANCTIONS PLACED ON GAZA

  Despite the recently signed agreement between Hamas and Fatah, tensions are still high. Hamas officials on Monday slammed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for not lifting sanctions he placed on the Gaza Strip, despite ...

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Despite the recently signed agreement between Hamas and Fatah, tensions are still high. Hamas officials on Monday slammed Palestinian Authority ...
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Iran remains defiant after President Trump announces he will decertify Iran's compliance with nuclear deal, slams missile program. Iranian President ...
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Despite decertification, Trump has no leverage over Iran, Iran-Israel Observer Editor and IDC Herzliya Iran expert Meir Javedanfar said. There ...
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Two suspected murderers captured following gruesome killing of Samaria resident Reuven Shmerling. Terrorism suspected. Israeli security forces captured two Arab ...
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Terror group appoints exiled terrorist sanctioned by US Treasury who praised kidnapping, murder of 3 Jewish teenagers in 2014. The ...
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Iran

Iran remains defiant after President Trump announces he will decertify Iran's compliance with nuclear deal, slams missile program. Iranian President ...
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Despite decertification, Trump has no leverage over Iran, Iran-Israel Observer Editor and IDC Herzliya Iran expert Meir Javedanfar said. There ...
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Secretary of State says the Iran nuclear agreement must be changed or the U.S. will not be able to remain ...
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Iranian President blasts U.S. and Israel, warns his country will respond decisively to any violation of the nuclear deal. Iranian ...
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Terror

Despite the recently signed agreement between Hamas and Fatah, tensions are still high. Hamas officials on Monday slammed Palestinian Authority ...
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Two suspected murderers captured following gruesome killing of Samaria resident Reuven Shmerling. Terrorism suspected. Israeli security forces captured two Arab ...
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Terror group appoints exiled terrorist sanctioned by US Treasury who praised kidnapping, murder of 3 Jewish teenagers in 2014. The ...
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The leader of Lebanon-based terror group Hezbollah did not mince words in his latest threat against Israel, blaming it of ...
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Palestinian Authority

Palestinian leader says he will not accept a recreation of "the Hezbollah model" in the Gaza Strip. Palestinian Authority President ...
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Hamdallah: “I urge everyone without exception to embrace the leadership, reconciliation and national unity and to put our national interest ...
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If you pay any attention to advocates and supporters of the Palestinians who live outside the Middle East, you would ...
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PA chairman urges UN to take steps to impose peace on Israel, accept the PA as a full member.  Palestinian ...
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World News

Trump: Cancellation of Iran nuclear deal a ‘real possibility’

US President says real chance US will completely pull out of 'one of the worst deals the US has ever made.' US President Donald Trump said that the complete cancellation of the 2015 Iran nuclear ...

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US President says real chance US will completely pull out of 'one of the worst deals the US has ever ...
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Plane hijacker and advocate for continued terrorism against Israelis Leila Khaled to speak about women's rights in Brussels. Leila Khaled, ...
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The British foreign secretary congratulated Britain's Jewish community for its ongoing contribution and expressed his love of the Jewish state ...
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Editorial

Op-ed: Refusing to submit to UNESCO

The US and Israel have to continue to deal drastically with outright anti-Semitism and bald lies. Rachel's Tomb and Hevron, Jerusalem and the Western Wall are not Jewish enough for UNESCO. Seven years ago I penned an oped for Arutz Sheva in which I asked the State of Israel to leave UNESCO, the UN's agency for science and culture. “After halting its annual fees to the UN's cultural agency, the ...
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COLUMN ONE: TRUMP AND OBAMA’S THIRD TERM

The problem is that substantively, there is no real difference between Obama and Trump, not in the Middle East and not anywhere. In an interview with Walla news site Tuesday, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said that “the more active the US is [in the Middle East], the better it will be for Israel.” On paper, Liberman’s sentiments seem reasonable enough. President Donald Trump is far friendlier than his predecessor Barack ...
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COLUMN ONE: BREAKING ISRAEL’S IMPERIAL COURT

If the Knesset and the government do not act immediately to end the Supreme Court’s escalating judicial coup, 10 years from now there won’t be a ceremony to mark 60 years of settlement. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had an applause line that should have brought the house down in his speech at Wednesday’s official ceremony celebrating 50 years of settlement in Judea and Samaria, the Jordan Valley and the Golan ...
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COLUMN ONE: ISRAEL AND THE AMERICAN JEWISH CRISIS

The key to strengthening and supporting the community is to bypass its failed leadership and speak and interact directly with American Jews. As the New Year 5778 begins, 88% of Israeli Jews say that they are happy and satisfied with their lives. This makes sense. Israel’s relative security, its prosperity, freedom and spiritual blossoming make Israeli Jews the most successful Jewish community in 3,500 years of Jewish history. The same ...
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THE STATE DEPARTMENT’S STRANGE OBSESSION

The Iraqi Jewish archives were rescued in Baghdad by US forces in 2003 from a flooded basement of the Iraqi secret services headquarters. The law of Occam’s Razor, refined to common parlance, is that the simplest explanation is usually the correct one. If we apply Occam’s Razor to recently reported positions of the US State Department, then we can conclude that the people making decisions at Foggy Bottom have “issues” ...
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COLUMN ONE: WHEN GREAT INSTITUTIONS LIE

By publishing their findings under Stanford’s name, Kelman and his associates are using Stanford’s brand to give credence to their pseudo-academic research. Over the past week, two major US institutions have produced studies that discredit their names and reputations as credible organizations. Their actions are important in and of themselves. But they also point to a disturbing trend in the US in which the credibility of important American institutions is ...
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For Zion's Sake I will not hold My peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest.. Isaiah 62:1