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Iran ground force commander: U.S. wouldn’t dare attack us

Arabs expected to win Safed student elections, despite ethnic tensions

Syria says ‘terrorists’ blow up gas pipeline near Lebanon border

Haaretz.com weekly quiz

Israel Prison Service reduces former Shas minister’s sentence

Panetta: Iran is one year away from producing nuclear weapon

Israel’s Finance Minister proposes massive pay hikes for dozens of local rabbis

Body of man in his forties found shot to death in Bat Yam

Retracing the journey of Russian Jewish converts to Israel

Assad forces regain Damascus suburbs, say Syrian activists

Another Son Born to David Hatuel

Seven and a half years after he lost his family in a murderous attack at Kissufim, David Hatuel celebrates the birth of a fourth new child.

Putin Claims He Cleared Up Soviet and Post Soviet Mess

Defending his economic record, Vladimir Putin claimed that the first years were needed to create the infrastructure for economic takeoffץ

Sarkozy Would Have France Emulate The Success of Germany

Nicolas Sarkozy plans to offer the French a German style economy, promising competitiveness and low unemployment.

Americans Take Shelter in US Embassy in Cairo

American citizens trapped in Cairo have taken shelter in the U.S. Embassy as the dispute between the two countries escalates.

Hoenlein: ‘Time That Pollard Be Let Go’

A top American Jewish leader who recently visited imprisoned Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard in a U.S. jail says “enough is enough.”

Rabbi Gabai’s Death Shocks His Disciples

The sudden and unexpected death of Rabbi Shimon Gabai, 61, of Netanya has left his disciples and local residents bereft and in shock.

Netanyahu ‘Ready to Go to Ramallah’

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is “ready to go to Ramallah” to meet with PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas for talks, he tells Arab media.

Hamas Terror Offices in Jerusalem Shut Down

Israeli police have closed two offices in Jerusalem belonging to the Hamas terrorist group.

Prosor: Israel Still Working Against PA Statehood Bid at UN

Israel’s envoy to the United Nations says the PA is still agitating at the world body for statehood despite US opposition.

El Al Computer Failure Grounds Planes

A computer systems failure temporarily grounded flights from two airlines Monday at Ben Gurion Int’l Airport — but the cause is unknown.

NATO sticking to 2014 Afghanistan pullout date

Political experts: Netanyahu to sweep Likud primaries

Israel sees narrowing window for attack on Iran

Report: Syrian army kills 100 in Homs, Damascus suburbs

Malfunction in El Al flight management system repaired

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