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Netanyahu and Romney share ideology – and donors

Lieberman: Sanctions could push Iran into Tahrir scenario by summer

Mapping Israel one foot at a time

Netanyahu: Israel, U.S. coordinated 'on highest levels' on Iran nuclear program

Report: Acting on Russian intel, Syria forces murdered pilots of downed Turkey jet

Search Underway for Missing Brooklyn Teen

Police searching for 17-year-old Tzvi Hersh Stolzenberg, a Brooklyn resident who has been missing since Wednesday night.

Confirmed: Bibi Shelving Pro-Settlement Report

Sources say Netanyahu is burying the pro-settlement Levy report for ‘diplomatic reasons.’ US elections may be a factor.

Shvut Ami Outpost Destroyed in Sabbath Raid

Security forces demolish Samaria outpost on Sabbath eve, confiscate residents’ phones and clothing.

Report: Russia Ordered Deaths of Turkish Pilots

Turkish pilots killed in Syria were reportedly taken alive then killed after consultation with Moscow.

Religious Travelers Spend Sabbath in Airport

Flight delays left a group of visitors from Pennsylvania stuck in Ben Gurion airport for the Sabbath.

Shocking Photos of Near-Lynch Prompt Calls for Change

Border Police commanders are on the defense over reports that officers were told not to respond to mob attack.

Ann Romney: Worried for Mitt’s ‘Mental Well-being’

Ann Romney’s attempt to praise her husband ends in a blooper as she expresses concern for his emotional health.

Israel Gets First Hint of Winter Rain

Rain falls from Negev to Golan as summer season ends. Forecast: more rain, storms.

Lieberman: Abbas Just Wants to Blame Israel

Lieberman tells foreign dignitaries that PA head Abbas plans to use Israel as a scapegoat rather than make peace.

Iran: Israel Past the ‘Red Line’

Iranian minister: Israel threatens us, not the other way around.

Iran minister: Anti-Iran sanctions to blame for West’s economic crisis

Former NY Times executive Arthur Sulzberger dies at 86

Egypt’s top military commander promises army overhaul

Syrian fighting torches historic medieval market

Italy FM: Israeli attack against Iran could happen

Sudan tells United Nations its debts must be canceled

UNITED NATIONS – Sudan told the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday that its debts must be canceled and its economy supported as it struggles to recover from losing three-quarters of its critical oil revenue to South Sudan when it seceded a year ago. The International Monetary Fund this week urged Sudan to meet donors […]

Netanyahu defends controversial bomb graphic

While some bloggers and critics skewered Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for his “Looney Tunes” bomb graphic at the UN on Thursday, Netanyahu said over the weekend his goal was achieved: to get the world talking about red lines for Iran. Netanyahu, in interviews from New York with Israeli television networks, said his objective was to […]

Battle for women’s spot in Habayit Hayehudi heats up

The battle for the women’s spot on the Habayit Hayehudi list is heating up, with national-religious women’s organization Emunah working on a behind-the-scenes campaign to take down candidate Ayelet Shaked, who is not religious. According to a senior party source, Emunah chairwoman Leora Minka is trying to convince one of the other two females running […]

FM takes campaign against Abbas to his counterparts

Shortly after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas delivered a scathing speech against Israel Thursday at the United Nations, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman began a round of talks with numerous world leaders saying that Abbas must go. Liberman, repeating what he had been saying for weeks in Israel, told his interlocutors that as long as Abbas […]

Germany’s Gunter Grass defends Vanunu in new poem

Gunter Grass, the Nobel Prize laureate in literature who is barred from entering Israel because of his anti-Israel writings and membership in the Nazi Waffen SS, launched a second poetic attack on Israel by praising atomic spy Mordechai Vanunu. In a new book of poems titled Eintagsfliegen, which was released on Saturday in Germany, Grass […]

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