$$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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Divided UN Security Council meets on Iran unrest

Divided UN Security Council meets on Iran unrestThe United States and Russia clashed over Iran at the UN Security Council on Friday as a third straight day of pro-regime rallies were held following a wave of deadly protests. US Ambassador Nikki Haley pushed for the meeting of the top UN body, arguing the unrest could escalate into full-blown conflict and drawing a comparison with Syria. “The Iranian regime is now on notice: the world will be watching what you do,” Haley warned.


Five heads found on car in Mexico Gulf state of Veracruz

Five heads found on car in Mexico Gulf state of VeracruzThe heads of five men displayed atop a car were found on Friday in the Gulf state of Veracruz in southeastern Mexico, local authorities said, in the midst of a spike in violence in the country. The heads had been placed on the hood of an official car for the municipality of Tlacotalpan, along with a message containing the initials of a Mexican drug cartel. Brutal displays of gang violence are not uncommon in Mexico.


Twitter makes it clear: Donald Trump will not be banned

Twitter makes it clear: Donald Trump will not be bannedTwitter has been urged to remove Donald Trump’s account following his taunts targeting Kim Jong-un. Just days after Donald Trump’s Twitter taunting of Kim Jong-Un over nuclear war reignited calls for the company to ban the president from its platform, the social media company obliquely addressed the controversy in a statement defending its decision not to to censor “world leaders”.