Shabbat demonstration: Thousand protest despite rabbis’ call

Despite call by rabbis, few thousand Bnei Brak residents protest Shabbat light rail work.

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Australian broadcaster rejects BDS, will air Eurovision

Australian public broadcaster SBS says it will broadcast Eurovision from Israel next year despite petition calling for it to boycott.

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British ‘pharmacist who joined IS’ is detained in Syria

The man, who says he is from Birmingham, has been captured in Syria on suspicion of being an IS member ...
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A group of young Iraqis risk imprisonment to reconnect with their country’s Jewish past

Seven decades after the mass Jewish exodus from Iraq, a group of intrepid Iraqis and Israelis are holding clandestine meetings ...
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China cancels military talks with U.S. in protest at sanctions over Russia military equipment

China's Defence Ministry said in a statement it would recall navy chief Shen Jinlong from a visit to the United ...
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False alarm in southern Israel

Siren heard around 3:30 a.m. in the Eshkol Regional Council. IDF confirms it was a false alarm.

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Trump attacks US judge as travel ban rolled back

Zeina, who did not want to give her last name, takes part in a protest against US President Donald Trump outside the White House on February 4, 2017, in Washington, DCThe US government began to roll back Donald Trump's contentious travel ban targeting citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries Saturday, after a stinging legal defeat for the new president. Government agencies and major global airlines said they would recognize valid visas and cease enforcing Trump's order, after a federal judge in Washington state put a block on the measures pending a wider legal review. Thousands of people from London and Paris to New York and Washington staged fresh protests against the Republican leader, who took office just two weeks ago vowing to shake up American politics as usual.