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Gaza Gunmen Kidnap Foreign Teachers The militant terror faction Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine on Wednesday kidnapped two foreign teachers at a private American school near Gaza City before releasing them eight hours later. The...
The Palestinian Authority will cancel the January 25 parliamentary elections if Israel goes ahead with its plan to bar east Jerusalem Arabs from voting by mail, a senior Palestinian official warned on Wednesday. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has...
Released from hospital after a mild stroke, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called newly elected Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday to congratulate him and thank him for his concern during Sharon's recent health ordeal. Netanyahu is...
Knesset Disbands The 16th Knesset disbanded Wednesday on a down note, as Speaker Reuven Rivlin decried the involvement of 40 MKs - a full third of parliament - in some sort of scandal over the past three years. Speaking to parliamentary...
Nobel Legend and 'Righteous Gentile' Kristiansen Dies Kaare Kristiansen, who earned the lasting admiration of ordinary Israelis by resigning his seat on the Nobel Peace Prize Committee rather than confer the prestigious award on former PLO...
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad continued his strong anti-Israel rhetoric Thursday afternoon, denying the Holocaust and calling on Germany and Austria to create a Jewish State within their borders, Israel Radio reported.  "We do not...
Navy Bans Warships From Suez The Israel Navy has decided to cease sending its warships through the Suez Canal, out of concern they will be targeted by al-Qaeda linked terrorists in the Sinai, The Jerusalem Post has learned. "We don't want to...
Israeli troops arrested a 15-year-old boy attempting to smuggle two pipe bombs out of Nablus on Friday a day after a military police officer was stabbed to death by a Palestinian assailant at the Kalandia checkpoint outside Jerusalem.  ...
IDF Finds Terrorists Tunnels IDF troops on Saturday uncovered an uncompleted tunnel for smuggling Palestinian terrorists from the Gaza Strip to Israel near the Erez crossing. A few weeks ago a senior IDF official said that the Palestinians were...
Journalist and lawmaker Gibran Tueni, a relentless critic of Syria who spent months in France fearing assassination, was killed Monday in a car bombing only a day after returning to his homeland, The Washington Post reports. Suspicion quickly...

 

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