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Current news from Israel by Arutz Sheva News AgencyKiev: Police Use Chainsaws Against Protest Camp
During coldest night of winter to date, Ukrainian riot police close on Independence Square to dismantle protesters' barricades.
Internal Security Minister Promises Crackdown on J'lem Attacks
Internal Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovich admits increase in anti-Semitic attacks in the capital is a problem: 'it will stop'.
'Intolerance': Ex-Labor MK Blocked From Leftist Conference
Former MK Wilf excluded from Peace Now-sponsored conference for being on NGO Monitor council, criticizes 'intolerance'.
Obama's Approval Ratings Reach Lowest Level Yet
New poll finds 54% of Americans disapprove of Obama's job at the helm, particularly critical of 'Obamacare'.
Former IDF Head: Israel Prefers Assad to Islamist Rebels
Dan Halutz, Israel's former Chief of Staff, says that while Assad regime is 'bad', the alternative could be even worse.
New Report Reveals Kenya Attackers Likely Escaped Westgate Mall
NYPD report reveals how poorly-coordinated response to attack on Nairobi mall in September probably allowed attackers to escape.
Duke Makes Historic Apology For Expulsion of Jews from Gibraltar
Apology presented by Spanish duke to Jewish community for ancestor's 1474-76 expulsion of Jews from Gibraltar.
Israeli Chef Develops Drip-Free Pita Bread
Pastry-chef Seren perfects 'Feeli' bread cylinder cup after 7 years of research, dripless pita alternative sparks plans for expansion.
Rain and Snow as Winter Storm Strikes Israel
55 kmh (35 mph) winds bring 15 cm (half foot) of snow to Mt. Hermon, 112 mm (4.5 in) of rain outside Netanya on coast.
Canada: Palestinian Refugees - Fleeing Hamas
Father and his 2 sons applied for review of their initially refused refugee status request. Claim Hamas threatened them for not joining.
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Jewish News from around the World by the Jerusalem PostPalestinians see worrisome trend in rise of 'honor killings'
One night in late November, Rasha Abu Ara, a 32-year-old mother of five, was beaten to death and strung from a gnarled tree branch.
Palestinians to raise prisoner release issue with international forums
PA aims to win international support for the prisoners' release in order to put more pressure on Israel to free them.
OPCW chief urges Israel to join chemical arms treaty
Ahmet Uzumcu says now that Syria is member of organization, Israel should reconsider signing treaty.
Spanish journalist, photographer kidnapped by al-Qaida-linked rebels in Syria
'El Mundo' reports of incident that was kept mum until now due to negotiations with captors.
Zahar: Hamas renewed ties with Iran following Rouhani election
Senior Hamas official says organization will not be bound by "Oslo 2"; claims that Abbas does not represent Palestinians.
PA says no agreement with Israel without release of prisoners
Yasser Abed Rabbo blasts US for asking PA to make security concessions, criticizes Kerry for trying to “appease” Israel.
Egyptian army in Sinai kills Islamist with ties to Israel attacks
Fight against terror continues in Sinai as Egyptian troops thwart two suicide car bomb attacks.
OPCW: Hard to remove all chemical weapons from Syria by December deadline
Syrian army recaptures road needed to ship out chemical arsenal; "The road is open but not safe," says monitoring group.
PLO official: Kerry appeasing Israel over Iran
Yasser Abed Rabbo blasts US for asking PA to make security concessions in peace talks to silence Israel's criticism of Iran diplomacy.
Ambassador Shapiro: No link between Iran nuke issue, Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
US Ambassador to Israel contradicts PM's remarks that a nuclear Iran would harm any future agreement with the Palestinians; "There is no connection between these two issues," Shapiro says in interview with Army Radio.
Fars report: Saudi intelligence chief met with Israeli counterpart
Iranian news agency cites twitter account of whistleblower who said sides met to coordinate on Iran, Syria.
Syrian opposition head fears US-Iran thaw could benefit Assad
Ahmed Jarba says unfreezing of Iranian funds could leave Tehran more money to support Assad; says there are efforts to unify rebel forces on the ground.
Temple Mount worshipers attack police with rocks
Police: Tensions have increased due to religious Jews who insist on openly praying there.
Reports: Palestinian youth shot dead by IDF north of Ramallah
IDF investigating report of shooting near Jalazone refugee camp; army source says details of the incident "still sketchy."
Iran forging ahead with uranium enrichment technology
Development does not appear to contravene interim agreement but material can provide fissile core of nuclear bomb.
Hagel: US backing up Iran diplomacy with military deployment in region
Speaking in Bahrain, US secretary of defense seeks to assure Gulf leaders that Washington will not be deceived by Iran.
Hagel seeks to reassure jittery Gulf allies after Iran deal
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in Bahrain says Iran deal represents "very wise opportunity".
Al-Qaida linked group claims responsibility for Yemen ministry attack
Attack took place on Thursday, killing 52 and wounding 167; worst assault in 18 months.
Egypt reportedly to declare Muslim Brotherhood ‘terrorist organization’
Pro-Morsi alliance calls for renewed protests this weekend in memory of killed protesters, imprisoned activists.
Hezbollah threatens to retaliate against Israel for assassination
Lebanese paper claims Mossad was behind attack, says "Israel has not carried out assassinations this bold and direct before."
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Isralie Plaistinian conflict by Worthy newsPalestinian Hamas says it has 'resumed' ties with Iran - AFP
The Palestinian Hamas movement has "resumed" relations with Iran after a temporary falling out over the Syrian conflict, a senior member of the Islamist movement said Monday.
US defense bill boosts funding for joint Israel missile defense projects - Jerusalem Post
A compromise defense bill proposed on Monday by US lawmakers would boost spending on missile defense by $358 million to $9.5 billion, mandating an additional homeland defense radar and increasing funding for US-Israeli cooperative efforts.
IDF's Jordan Valley chief sees no possibility of army's withdrawal from area - Israel Hayom
Against the backdrop of a U.S. security plan which includes the gradual withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Jordan Valley, GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon met Sunday with the heads of the Yesha Council, which represents communities in Judea and Samaria, and attempted to allay their concerns about the reports suggesting a permanent peace deal with the Palestinian Authority would include changes on the ground in the Jordan Valley.
Palestinians reject US proposal for 10-year IDF presence in Jordan Valley - Times of Israel
An American proposal that Israel station IDF soldiers in the Jordan Valley for the first 10 years after the signing of a peace deal with the Palestinians has garnered angry reactions from Palestinian leaders.
Israelis, Palestinians, pour cold water on Kerry's security 'ideas' - Jerusalem Post
Both Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and senior Palestinian spokesmen doused any optimism on Monday that the US-led Israeli- Palestinian talks were on the verge of a breakthrough.
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