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Obama’s Peace Partners “Fatah” Threaten To Hijack Planes And Blow Up Airports

In May 2011 Barack Obama urged Israel to hand over half of Jerusalem, the Wailing Wall, The Temple Mount, Old... The post Obama’s Peace Partners “Fatah” Threaten To Hijack Planes And Blow Up Airports appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Obama, Netanyahu may agree defense deal in Washington next month, envoy says

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might meet in Washington next month and complete a deal on future defense aid to Israel that has been dogged by disagreement, the U.S. ambassador to Israel said on Thursday.

Today: Talking Bioengineering with Dr. Yaakov Nahmias

11 hours agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

Today at 4pm EST (1pm PST) we’ll be hosting Yaakov Nahmias, PhD, a bioengineer and Director at the Grass Center for Bioengineering in Jerusalem, Israel. Dr. Nahmias will be discussing some of the research he’s been working on, including...Show More Summary

Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Hopes Churches Can Turn to Single Calendar

Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal expressed hope on Thursday that the upcoming meeting of Russian Patriarch Kirill and Pope Francis could launch a process of rapprochement between the churches, resulting in a switch to a common calendar for the most important religious holidays.

This year’s Oscar swag bag includes a $55,000 trip to Israel

14 hours agoNews : BlogPost

JERUSALEM -- Goodie bags filled with a fortune in freebies are “gifted” to Hollywood stars as part of the annual orgy of award shows. The 800-pound Gorilla of Swag Bags is the one presented to Oscar nominees, and this year the celebrity grocery sack is worth an eye-popping $220,000, according to Los Angles-based Distinctive Assets, […]

Netanyahu's Wife Abused Household Staff, Court Rules

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara insulted and raged at household staff, creating an abusive working environment at the Israeli prime minister's official residence, a labor court ruled on Wednesday. Allegations ofShow More Summary

Israeli troops kill stone-throwing Palestinian youth in West Bank

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian youth who the army said had been throwing stones at Israeli vehicles on a road in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday.

Guerrilla art in Jerusalem breathes new and colorful life into street benches

The director of the Baka community commissioned Tomer-Schlesinger’s colorful interventions for an upcoming arts festival. The bench art went viral on Facebook after a user posted a picture, setting off a search for the then relative unknown young artist. Show More Summary

Three Joint List MKs suspended from Knesset over visit to Palestinian attacker’s homes

Three members of the Joint List—the third largest faction in Israel— were suspended from Knesset today for visiting the homes of East Jerusalem Palestinian families whose relatives carried out attacks against Israelis in recent weeks. Hanin Zoabi and Basel Ghattas will be barred from Knesset meetings for four months, and Jamal Zahalka for two.

Arab-Israeli lawmakers suspended for meeting families of killed Palestinians

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Three Arab-Israeli lawmakers were suspended on Monday from speaking in parliament as punishment for supporting families of Palestinian assailants killed by security forces after they attacked Israelis.

Israel may bank on Obama's successor for future U.S. aid pact: minister

JERUSALEM/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israel may be unable to reach a new defense aid agreement with the Obama administration and could wait for the next U.S. president to secure better terms, a senior Israeli official said on Monday in a veiled rebuke signaling a snag in negotiations.

Israel eyes more entry permits to Palestinian workers to douse tensions

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel plans to increase the number of entry permits it grants to Palestinian workers, Palestinian and Israeli sources said on Monday, in a drive to ease economic hardship that has contributed to a wave of Palestinian attacks.

Israel NGO bill, seen as targeting left-wing groups, set to cross first hurdle

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A bill that opponents say targets Israeli human rights groups critical of Israel's policies toward the Palestinians was set to win initial approval in parliament on Monday with the support of the country's right-wing.

European Union rebukes Israel for home demolitions, squatter settlement expansion in Palestine

Ma’an News Agency | – – JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — The European Union on Saturday called on Israel to stop demolishing Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, and reiterated “the EU’s firm…

Sudanese migrant stabs Israeli soldier, is shot dead: police

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A Sudanese migrant stabbed and wounded a soldier in Israel on Sunday and was shot dead, police said, adding the suspect appeared to have lashed out in solidarity with the Palestinians.

At Jerusalem’s Western Wall, a new place for Jewish women to pray

6 days agoReligion : Erasmus

In a contested holy space, a quarrel between Jews, at least, is settled

A Renowned Japanese Architect Reimagines the Lego

6 days agoArts : Slate: The Eye

The triangle might be the defining shape of the ancient pyramids, but in the architectural free-for-all that is the 21 st century, triangular building silhouettes are reshaping skylines with new skyscrapers in Paris, Jerusalem, and beyond. Show More Summary

What’s on This Week Around the World

German artworks go on display in Jerusalem; an exhibition on theater history opens in London; the Berlin Film Festival begins in the German capital.

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