Pro-Israel Activists Gather in Largest-Ever Anti-BDS Summit at UN

NEW YORK – Some 1,500 pro-Israel activists, students, and representatives of Jewish organizations among others attended the largest gathering to date against the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement, hosted by the Permanent Israeli mission to the United Nations at the UN Headquarters.

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IDF Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza in Response to Rocket Attack

The Times of Israel reports: The Israeli air force attacked two Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip Wednesday night, hours after terrorists in the Strip fired a rocket into Israel from the territory. Palestinian media reported that a second rocket

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Gunman Opens Fire on Israeli Bus in West Bank

The Times of Israel reports: A gunman opened fire on an armored Israeli bus traveling in the West Bank on Saturday evening. No injuries were reported in the incident which occurred near the settlement of Tekoa but the bus sustained

Israeli security forces stand guard at the scene where three Palestinians carried out two attacks -- a shooting and a car ramming -- on Israelis at a bus stop at the entrance of the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba in the southern occupied West Bank before they were shot dead …

Israel Returns to PA Body of Terrorist Who Killed U.S. Army Veteran in Tel Aviv

Israel on Friday night returned to the Palestinian Authority the bodies of two terrorists, one belonging to a West Bank man who killed an American tourist during a stabbing spree in Jaffa two months ago. Bashar Massalha, 22, from Qalqilya, murdered US citizen Taylor Force and injured 10 others in a rampage along the Jaffa boardwalk on March 8. He was killed by security forces at the scene of the attack, which coincided with a visit by US Vice President Joe Biden, who was meeting with Shimon Peres minutes away from the scene.

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Two Injured in Tel Aviv Shooting, Police Say Motive Likely Criminal

Two Israelis were injured in a shooting on Saturday evening, after police arrived on the scene and discovered two people sitting in a car with bullet wounds to their person.The incident occurred in the north Tel Aviv neighborhood of HaMishtalah.

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Ex-Shin Bet Chief: Israel Must Ease Gaza’s Financial Plight

The Times of Israel reports: A former director of the Shin Bet security service urged Israel on Saturday to take steps to alleviate the economic problems in the Gaza Strip, alongside military measures to counter efforts by the Hamas terror

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Hamas: Terrorist Behind Jerusalem Bus Bombing Was One of Ours

TEL AVIV – While not officially claiming responsibility for Monday’s bus bombing in Jerusalem, Hamas announced in a statement that a Bethlehem native suspected of detonating the explosive device came from the Islamist group. This while Israeli security officials have yet to release information conforming that the explosion was a terrorist attack.

Israeli firemen and emergency services check the remains of a burnt-out bus after extinguishing the flames following an explosion in Jerusalem on April 18, 2016.

Israel Reportedly Finishes Work on Mortar Fire Warning System

JERUSALEM – Israel’s Home Front Command finished development of a new radar system that will give residents time to reach shelter if they are targeted with mortar shells fired from the Gaza Strip, according to a radio report broadcast Monday. Existing

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On Israel Visit, Monica Lewinsky Tackles Online Hate Speech

JERUSALEM – Monica Lewinsky on Wednesday tackled the issue of cyber hatred during a panel she moderated at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Lewinsky is an anti-bullying champion, having been the victim of personal attacks in the wake of the

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REPORT: Threat of U.S. Action at UN Security Council Impacting Israel Defense Aid Talks

Politics, not line items, may be complicating negotiations over an historic US defense package to Israel, The Jerusalem Post has learned. Quiet talks have been under way for months over a new, decade-long aid deal, set to replace an expiring Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) worth $3 billion a year in security assistance to the Jewish state.

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Israel Expels Terrorist’s Family from Jerusalem to West Bank

The Times of Israel reports: The family of a Palestinian terrorist who carried out a shooting attack in Jerusalem earlier in the week were expelled from the capital to the West Bank, the Israel Police said Thursday. Fouad Tamimi seriously

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