Oldest evidence of food storage ritual: 7,200-year-old model of silo found in Israel

Why else would the ancient occupants of Tel Tsaf have created an intricate, nonfunctional pottery miniature of their grain storage ...
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Feiglin’s ‘Zehut’ party heads to the polls

Moshe Feiglin's Zehut party will hold its first-ever primaries Tuesday. Can a libertarian party gain traction in Israel?

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Teva to sell contraceptive brand Paragard in $1.1 billion deal

The first step in the planned divestment of the company's non-core assets ...
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Like the Trumps, Netanyahu Jr lies with the dogs of America’s anti-Semitic alt right

The Netanyahu camp has been weaponizing bigotry and fomenting ethno-nationalism since Donald Trump was just a wee speck of a ...
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St. Martin's residents struggle with desperate conditions

PHILIPSBURG, St. Martin (AP) — Dominga Tejera picked her way around fallen palm trees rotting in mud as she returned ...
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Netanyahu blesses National Union conference

"We have succeeded in building a thriving country, a world leader in economics, technology, security, cyber, and health."

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Daily Digest for April 25th

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West Bank settler post faces demolition deadline

In this Sunday, April 22, 2012 photo, Israeli flags fly over the Ulpana neighborhood in the West Bank settlement of Beit El near Ramallah. A looming deadline to demolish the homes of 30 Jewish settler families in the unauthorized Ulpana outpost has become a tough new test of the Israeli Prime Minster's ability to sustain a delicate balancing act, with some hardline allies warning that if the buildings come down his government will fall as well. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)A fast-approaching deadline to demolish the homes of 30 families in an unauthorized West Bank settlement outpost is deepening fractures in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, with some hard-liners warning the ruling coalition will fall if the buildings come down.