$$124 fine for Chabad hasid manning Jerusalem tefillin stand

Jerusalem supervisor slaps Chabad hasid with fine, orders him to close his tefillin stand.

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UK Foreign Secretary levels UN playing field

Former Israeli Ambassador to New Zealand speaks about the British Foreign Secretary's attack on the UN article against Israel.

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Jerusalem: Religious, secular, support candidate Moshe Lion

New poll shows non-haredi residents of Jerusalem believe Moshe Lion to be best candidate for mayor.

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‘Why is it permitted to exclude women in Yarkon Park?’

Organizer of Chabad event wonders why Tel Aviv bans gender-segregated event only in Rabin Square but nowhere else.

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What Sara Netanyahu’s embarrassing indictment means for her husband

The Israeli prime minister's wife rejected the lifeline handed to her by the attorney general. The indictment offers insight into ...
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Strike freezes construction in Judea, Samaria

Civil Administration employees strike, effectively freezing construction of over 1,000 housing units.

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Fifth day of protests in Middle East over Trump's Jerusalem move

Fifth day of protests in Middle East over Trump's Jerusalem moveThe Middle East saw a fifth day of protests on Monday over US President Donald Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, while further global condemnation followed the deeply controversial move. While tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Lebanon, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met EU foreign ministers in Brussels, declaring that the move he has lauded as historic “makes peace possible”. In Cairo, Russian President Vladimir Putin denounced Trump’s decision as “destabilising” while calling for a resumption of long-stalled Israeli-Palestinian talks.


New York explosion: Police hunt for motive after man attempts to detonate pipe bomb in Manhattan

New York explosion: Police hunt for motive after man attempts to detonate pipe bomb in ManhattanPolice are searching for the motive behind an attempted terrorist attack on the New York subway, after a man with a home-made bomb strapped to his body set off an explosion during the morning commute. The explosion injured five people including the suspect, named as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah by authorities. Ullah is said to be a Bangladesh national who lived in Brooklyn having arrived in the US in 2011 and become a permanent resident.


Over 6,000 firefighters battling southern California blaze

Over 6,000 firefighters battling southern California blazeThousands of firefighters were battling one of the most destructive wildfires in California’s history Monday as it crept relentlessly up the Pacific coast and forced new evacuations. As a wildfire near Los Angeles was brought under control, fire crews were being redeployed to battle the Thomas Fire northwest of America’s second-largest city. Fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters were assisting nearly 6,400 firefighters trying to keep the Thomas Fire away from beachfront towns south of the historic city of Santa Barbara, the California Fire Department (Cal Fire) said.


Trump wants Congress to fix 'lax' immigration after NY attack

Trump wants Congress to fix 'lax' immigration after NY attackUS President Donald Trump said Monday that a bomb attack by a 27-year-old from Bangladesh on New York’s subway system underscored the “urgent need” for Congress to enact immigration reform. “First and foremost, as I have been saying since I first announced my candidacy for president, America must fix its lax immigration system, which allows far too many dangerous, inadequately vetted people to access our country,” Trump said in a statement.