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Three missing teens, yeshiva students, kidnapped by terrorists

Three yeshiva students went missing in the West Bank on Thursday. Israeli Prime Minister says the kidnapping "shows the real results of the Hamas-Fatah unity government."

Netanyahu: Israel must separate from the Palestinians

Israel's premier Benjamin Netanyahu has allegedly said that in order for Israel to retain its Jewish character it must see to "a separation from the Palestinians."

Israel committed to upholding the peace with Egypt

As President Shimon Peres is set to end his term as President of Israel in a few days one of the last things he has done was reassure the new Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi that Israel is committed to continued peace and cooperation with Cairo.

Obama severely criticized by former U.S ambassador to Syria

The former United States ambassador to Syria Robert Ford has said that it was the disgraceful Syrian policy the Washington administration is undergoing that led him to finally resign from his post.

Israel's Netanyahu 'troubled' by US decision on Fatah-Hamas unity

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated he is "deeply troubled" by the American decision to recognize and maintain relations with the new Fatah-Hamas Palestinian national unity government.

Hamas' differences with Fatah expected to delay unity government

The Hamas organization has declared that it isn't ready to announce the establishment of a national unity government with Fatah due to persisting differences between the two groups.

Two Israeli tourists among dead in Brussels Jewish Museum attack

Brussels - Israel’s Foreign Ministry said Sunday that two of the three people killed in a shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, the Belgian capital, on Saturday, were Israeli tourists.

Op-Ed: Fatah/Hamas reconciliation represents huge fumble by Kerry

Washington - On Thursday, American/Israeli relations hit the skids after the administration's grandiose mini-summit designed to jump-start Middle East peace talks went south.

Obama pledges to continue to press for peace talks in Mid-East

Jerusalem - President Obama maintains that the US will continue with efforts to bring Israel and the Palestinians together for peace talks in spite of the breakdown in current talks.

Intermarriage: Jewish fear factor when a Jew marries a non-Jew

Media reports of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's son Yair dating a Norwegian girl, Sandra Leikanger wouldn't normally raise too much concern in any nation. But in Israel it has raised an old issue of great concern.

John Kerry fails to make breakthrough in Israel Palestine talks

Jerusalem - After four days of intense diplomacy in an attempt to move the Israel-Palestine peace talks forward, US Secretary of State John Kerry left for home on Monday (January 6).

Israeli PM Netanyahu cancels Mandela funeral trip

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not be attending a memorial service for Nelson Mandela, cancelling his planned attendance.

Netanyahu on the Iranian Geneva decision: 'I will not shut up'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, facing criticism for his public comments on the U.S.-led Geneva agreement with Iran, vowed that he will "not shut up."

Hollande reassures Netanyahu over Iran sanctions

Paris - Contrary to an Obama administration push to ease sanctions meant to stop Iran from becoming the next rogue nuclear nation, President Francois Hollande assured Israel on Sunday that his country would continue to oppose such an agreement.

Israel approves new settlement homes in occupied East Jerusalem

Jerusalem - Hours after releasing 26 Palestinian prisoners, Israeli authorities approved the construction of more than 1,500 new settler homes in illegally-occupied East Jerusalem.

Op-Ed: Netanyahu recognizes an Iranian in sheep's clothing but not jeans

Tehran - Netanyahu has a way of making memorable statements such as describing former president Ahmadinejad as a wolf in wolf's clothing while the new president Rouhani is a wolf in sheep's clothing. However, he bombed in his recent statement on Iranian lifestyle.

Op-Ed: Robert Fisk on Israeli response to Rouhani's charm offensive

New York - In response to Iranian President Rouhani's recent "charm offensive", Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched an aggressive attack against Rouhani.

Turkey-Israel relations at an all-time low

After a brief courtship last spring, the relationship between Israel and Turkey have fallen to an all new low, officials in both countries say, just as the two former allies are bracing for a potential U.S. military action in neighboring Syria.

Students to get scholarships for pro-Israel social media posts

Hundreds of Israeli university students who post pro-Israel propaganda on social media sites will receive scholarships under a new government program designed to improve the nation's battered international image.

Israeli PM Netanyahu condemns EU policy on Israeli settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has criticized the EU's new policy on Israel's West Bank settlements, suggesting they focus on more pressing issues, such as Syria.

Op-Ed: No agreement but Kerry positive on Israel-Palestine peace talks

Jerusalem - John Kerry ended four days of diplomacy aimed at restarting long-stalled peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and Israel. Although there was no breakthrough, Kerry said that there was real progress but that a few things needed to be worked on.

Kerry: I don't want deadlines on peace talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said he doesn't want any deadlines set for the completion of the Israeli/Palestinian peace talks.

Netanyahu warns against 'wishful thinking' after Rouhani Election

Jerusalem - Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has described the suggestion that Iran will reengage with the international community after the victory of moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani in the country’s presidential election as “wishful thinking".

Netanyahu: Israel to defend Jewish people from another Holocaust

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened a Holocaust exhibition at the site of the WWII Auschwitz death camp in Poland and declared that, "The State of Israel will do whatever is necessary to prevent another Holocaust."

Netanyahu releases Palestinian tax monies

Funds Israel had previously collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority which were withheld as a result of that Authority's UN statehood bid were released today.

Israel — Netanyahu reaches coalition agreement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today signed an agreement with his two coalition parties, he was quoted as saying that, "The next term will be one of the most challenging in the history of the state."

Israeli Prime Minister cancels his annual 'ice cream budget'

Jerusalem - Revelations that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had an annual ice cream budget have some Israelis criticizing the leader.

Op-Ed: Israel is much closer to Nazi Germany than Iran is

Jerusalem - Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, supposedly a time for somber reflection on one of the most horrific episodes of ethnic cleansing and genocide in human history.

Trump endorses Netanyahu, says he's 'a big fan of Israel'

Claiming he is 'a big fan of Israel,' real estate mogul and former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump endorsed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the upcoming election.

Op-Ed: Russia admits to Assad’s likely end

Mideast crisis continues as Russia admits to Bashar al-Assad 'losing control' of Syria. Syria's chemical weapons could be ready for usage as Assad's forces fire scud missiles at rebels. Assad could be removed from power before or during March 2013.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and his wife Sara welcome French President Francois Ho...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and his wife Sara welcome French President Francois Hollande to their official residence before a joint news conference in Jerusalem November 17, 2013. Hollande assured Israel on Sunday that France would continue to oppose an easing of economic sanctions against Iran until it was convinced Tehran had ended a pursuit of nuclear weapons
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PM Netanyahu lays a wreath at Mount Herzl
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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Israeli PM Benjamin Netnanyahu and Palistinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas shake hands at a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton in 2010
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Israel's President Shimon Peres (R) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting at Peres' residence in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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