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Police commissioner: We're ready for anything

Israel Police, Border Police station thousands of officers in Jerusalem, especially near Old City and Arab neighborhoods.

Security fence foils tractor theft

Arabs steal tractor from central Jewish town, then abandon it near border fence.

Man gets trapped under safe

Safe falls on Petah Tikva man, leaves him stuck for 16 hours.

Muslims to flock to Al-Aqsa

Al-Aqsa imams say prayers won't be held in mosque, call on Muslims to come 'as close as possible' to Temple Mount and hold 'day of rage.'

Lion kills child in Zimbabwe

Wild lion mauls local child, drags her body 1,000 feet.

Likud minister: We won't concede sovereignty of the Temple Mount

Likud minister says Cabinet, not police, decided to keep magnetometers at entrance to Temple Mount.

Peace with the Palestinians - mission impossible

Jay Shapiro thinks peace can only come when both sides want it otherwise the effort is a waste of time.

Teens and mentors from Bangkok to Brazil at Poconos Retreat

A CTeen summer weekend retreat for leadership training united teens and Chabad emissaries from all over the world.

Theft ring targeting elderly busted

Crooks knock on doors of elderly and proceed to steal their money.

Israeli missing in Georgia identified as Yonatan Adler

Georgian authorities search for missing Israeli, find him lifeless in river.

Born after 2010? You may never be allowed to buy cigarettes

MK proposes new law banning those born in 2010 from buying cigarettes - even when they come of age.

Class action lawsuit against Facebook for privacy violations

25,000 users seek right to sue Facebook together in Europe for tracking them even when they used other websites.

Islamic 'charity' places pro-Iran professors in US universities

Alavi Foundation cost-shares with US universities in exchange for allowing pro-Iran professors to function as university staff.

ADL list of hatemongers highlights Alt Right, ignores US left

Coalition for Jewish Values criticizes ADL list for one-sidedness. provides list of Alt Left hatemongers.

New poll shows Jewish Home party gaining strength

48% of Israelis believe Netanyahu is corrupt, compared to 38% who believe he is not corrupt.

UN envoy concerned over Temple Mount

UN's Middle East envoy urges all sides to de-escalate the tension in Jerusalem.

Kuwait expels 15 Iranian diplomats

Kuwait asks 15 Iranian diplomats to leave the country. Iran threatens to reciprocate.

President Trump's first six months: Seems Like Forever?

Listen to the weekly summary of what is happening behind the scenes in American politics.

Metal detectors will remain on Temple Mount

Political-Security Cabinet decides that magnetometers will remain at the entrance to the Temple Mount, reiterates commitment to status quo.

Sessions: I don't plan to resign

U.S. Attorney General intends to stay in his job despite criticism from Trump.

Turkish extremists protest outside Istanbul synagogue

Turkish ultra-nationalists protest outside Istanbul synagogue to denounce Israel's security measures on the Temple Mount.

Israeli missing in Georgia

18-year-old Israeli missing after entering a river in Tbilisi. ZAKA volunteers helping in search efforts.

Can momentum investing improve your investment returns?

Does using a dual momentum strategy help maximize returns?

U.S. rabbis demand answers on 'blacklist'

Two Jewish organizations demand clarification from Israel Chief Rabbinate on alleged blacklist' of 160 rabbis.

Arabs riot as cabinet discusses Friday prayers

Riots over metal detectors on Temple Mount continue as Cabinet discusses whether to maintain security measures.

O.J. Simpson granted parole

Nevada parole board grants former NFL star parole after he apologized for his role in a 2007 armed robbery.

9 arrested as LGBT protest turns violent in Tel Aviv

Protesters demanding adoption rights for LGBT couples attack police at violent demonstration in Tel Aviv.

Baby forgotten in Beit Shemesh bank

Bank manager discovers baby abandoned by his parents.

Erdogan demands Israel remove metal detectors

President Rivlin tells Turkish counterpart Turkey should show the same support for Israel after terror attack Israel showed Turkey.

Gaza sewage pollutes Israeli aquifers, forcing closures

Israel forced to halt pumping stations after Gaza dumps raw sewage into river, polluting aquifers on Israeli side of the border.

Israeli blogger sentenced to 3 years in prison in Azerbaijan

Blogger jailed for entering entering territory subject of dispute with Armenia. President Rivlin called on to intervene.

McCain: I'll be back soon

Despite surgery to remove cancerous tumor near left eye, Senator John McCain pledges to return to Senate soon.

Bereaved Jewish mother comforts mother of slain Druze officer

Relatives of victims of terrorism visit families of murdered Druze police officers to offer their condolences, share experiences.

'Yes, there is religionization in Israeli schools!'

If we are as proud of our Torah and tradition as the secular are of their liberalism they might begin to respect us. Opinion.

Guide at Anne Frank Center compares Israel to Nazi Germany

Arab guide at Berlin's Anne Frank Center compares Arabs in Israel to Jews under Nazi Germany.

What was Rabbi Kook's relationship with the media?

A new study by Avraham Weiss explores Rabbi Kook's relationship to the media in general, and to newspaper writers in particular.

Sweden's libraries destroy Pippi Longstocking children's books

Council admits libraries discard copies of classic children's book for 'racist' expressions one journalist claims books are being burned.

'Settler' asks Israeli Arabs: Why don't you condemn terrorism?

Yitzhar resident poses question in Arabic to Israel's Arab population: why not publicly denounce terrorism against Israel?

Betzavta - Sharing a meal and meeting new friends

New online network brings together visitors in Israel with hosts for meals.

Will police cancel monthly Jewish event over Arab riots?

Could Arab riots over metal detectors on Temple Mount prevent Jews from holding traditional march in Old City?

US cancels ban on laptops in flight cabins

TSA says airlines improved security, allows passengers from Muslim-majority countries to bring laptops in their carry-ons.

Watch IDF soldiers helping wounded Syrians

IDF General on northern front talks about Israel's aid to those wounded during fighting in Syria.

'Father finds himself in kafkaesque situation'

Tel Aviv Rabbinical Court rules woman who filed false complaint against husband should lose alimony.

Besheva newspaper readership on the rise

On a national level, newspaper readership continues to decrease. For the first time Yisrael Hayom leads in weekend readership.

EU responds to Netanyahu: "Relations between us run deep"

The EU envoy to Israel responded to Netanyahu's calling it "crazy" yesterday in Hungary.

Knesset Ethics Committee obligates MK to apologize to 'Hotam'

MK Stern ordered to apologize to organization director Rabbi Amital Bareli for remarks during Knesset committee hearing.

IDF rabbinate withdraws support from army cooking competition

IDF to send delegation to military cooking competition in Russia without a kashrut supervisor. Rabbinate: 'We won't support delegation.'

"Feminist MK's rage was fabricated"

Mirit Entabi charged that feminist MK's planned from the start to break up Knesset debate on lowering the age in Tender Years Clause.

The miracle on the burning bus

Two teachers risk their lives to save students from bus that caught fire, awarded certificates of appreciation.

Why was an Israeli family of five booted from JetBlue flight?

Raanan family, including three children, reportedly removed from JetBlue flight to NY because their baby kicked seat in front of her.