joi, 20 aprilie 2017
The Jerusalem Post
Cancer patient stopped at Gaza-Israel crossing with explosive material
An initial Shin Bet investigation indicated that the explosives were sent by Hamas and that the group was planning to carry out terror attacks in Israel in the near future.
JCC bomb threat suspect on path to indictment
The parents claim their 18-year-old son has severe autism and a brain tumor that affects his behavior.
Tillerson: An 'unchecked Iran' could follow same path as North Korea
Tillerson spoke to reporters a day after announcing a review of US policy towards Iran, including...
Shots fired as Iran arrests over 30 gay men in violent raid
30 men were charged with sodomy, drinking alcohol, and using psychedelic drugs.
'With Syria in pieces, it's time to recognize Israel's...
Deputy minister for diplomacy Michael Oren stresses that Israel sought peace before the 1967 Six Day War.
Massive archaeological discovery near Egypt's Valley of the Kings
Egyptian archaeologists unearthed the tomb of the nobleman from more than...
'Not time for ‘splashy’ peace talks'
Tom Cotton is a featured speaker at
The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference
on May 7 in NYC.
Abbas: I am ready to meet Netanyahu any time under...
Ahead of the PA president's meeting with US President Donald Trump, Abbas said that he was open to a meeting with Netanyahu but that a lack of a complete settlement freeze was still a deal-breaker.
The incredible new spot for nature lovers in Israel
Discover the beauty of Agamon Emek Hefer Park.
Jerusalem light rail stabber declared fit for trial
Shin Bet: Suicidal suspect had history of mental illness, wanted to be shot dead by soldier.
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