Lapid accuses Netanyahu of leaking cabinet meeting in 2014

After PM expresses frustration over leaks of heated exchange between IDF chief and Bennett, Yesh Atid leader claims Netanyahu divulged ...
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US Embassy in Jerusalem to cost $$21.5 million for upgrades

Upgrades to complete full relocation of embassy staff from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to cost $21.5 million, compared to estimate ...
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PA again goes to the ICC

PA official in charge of foreign affairs protests ICC's failure to launch investigation against Israel.

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British rabbis call out Labour over definition of anti-Semitism

68 British rabbis sign letter decrying anti-Semitism in Labour, calling on the party to accept international definition of anti-Semitism.

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Algeria to retry ‘jihadist mentor’ expelled by France

Algeria to retry radical Islamic preacher who became mentor to French jihadists and who was expelled from France.

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British Rabbis call out Labour Party for redefining anti-Semitism

Writing to the Guardian, the group, decried the “insulting and arrogant way” the Labour Party was looking to amend the ...
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Israel eases Al-Aqsa limits as 90 wounded in Gaza, West Bank

Palestinian Muslim worshipers pray outside the Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem during Friday prayers, on October 23, 2015Israel lifted age limits for prayers at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque compound Friday in an apparent bid to ease tensions as nearly 90 people were injured in clashes in Gaza and the West Bank. “There is no substitute to direct talks,” he said after meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.

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Fatah on the verge of eruption

IDF troops that entered Shuafat refugee camp this week had to withdraw after encountering dozens of armed militants; this is only an example of what might happen when Fatah’s armed wing, Tanzim, joins the fight against Israel. And they won’t do with just knives: There are thousands of weapons all over East Jerusalem.

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UN chief Ban calls for direct Netanyahu-Abbas talks

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon (L) holds a press conference with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following a meeting at the Muqataa presidential compound in the West Bank city of Ramallah, on October 21, 2015UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Friday that it was time for Israeli and Palestinian leaders to meet face-to-face to lower tensions over attacks in the West Bank and Jerusalem. “I strongly suggested and urged them to sit down together,” Ban told reporters after his return from the Middle East, where he met separately with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas. Ban’s visit to the region came amid sharp tensions over a series of violent attacks that have left several Israelis and Palestinians dead.

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