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Current news from Israel by Arutz Sheva News AgencyJewish Jerusalemite Injured in Rock-Throwing Attack
Rioting erupts in multiple incidents Saturday 1 Israeli wounded in rock-throwing attack. No arrests made.
Israel 'Falls Back' to Standard Time Tonight
Israelis to gain back an hour of sleep, after clock changes from 2:00 am to 1:00 am Sunday.
Egypt Declares State of Emergency in Sinai after Bloody Friday
President Sisi says jihadists threaten Egypt's very existence, proclaims 3-month state of emergency in restive Sinai Peninsula.
Steinitz: British Vote for 'Palestine' Encourages Terrorism
Steinitz blasts UK for voting for 'Palestine,' saying vote marks apathy toward Israeli lives - and warns that an Iran deal is a 'mistake.'
Police On High Alert Before Funerals of Palestinian Terrorists
Police 'ready for anything' before funerals of Jerusalem light rail terrorist, firebomber, set for Saturday night and Sunday.
Housing Minister Uri Ariel May Move to City of David
Jewish Home minister considering move to flashpoint neighborhood, challenging PM to uphold vow that Jews can live anywhere in the capital.
Palestinian Teen Terrorist Was US Citizen
State Dept. urges 'calm' after revealing that 17 year-old shot dead after lobbing firebombs at Israeli civilians was an American citizen.
Ya'alon Refused Meetings with Biden and Kerry
The Obama administration refused to allow Israel's Defense Minister to meet top officials during his visit to the United States.
Student Opens Fire at High School Near Seattle, Kills 1
Student opens fire in the cafeteria of the Marysville-Pilchuck High School north of Seattle, kills one and wounds 3 others.
Ottawa Attacker Applied to Renew Libyan Passport
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, who carried out the shooting attack in Ottawa, applied to renew his Libyan passport but was denied.
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Isralie Plaistinian conflict by Worthy newsReport: Palestinians accept US request to delay Security Council bid for statehood
The London-based pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat reported on Thursday that the Palestinian Authority has agreed to delay by two months its plan to seek a Security Council resolution calling for an Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines within three years.
Ireland's Upper House joins Sweden, British parliament and calls for recognition of 'Palestine'
Israel took a low profile approach Thursday to the passage through the Upper House of the Irish parliament this week of a non-biding resolution calling on Ireland to recognize "Palestine."
Hamas, Islamic Jihad salute Jerusalem terror attack, threaten new 'Palestinian intifada' in capital
Hamas and Islamic Jihad hailed Wednesday's terrorist act by an east Jerusalem resident who rammed his car into a crowd of commuters at a light rail station, killing a three-month old infant and injuring seven others.
Jerusalem raises alert level after second day of violence
Jerusalem's alert level was increased after a second violent day in the city, Israel Radio reported on Friday, less than two days after a Hamas terrorist killed a three-month-old baby and injured several others in a violent car rampage.
Jordan to Israel: You are inciting a religious conflict over Temple Mount
Jordan is warning that an Israeli plan to allow Jewish prayer at the sensitive Temple Mount area could have disastrous consequences for the region. Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh on Monday accused Israel of inflaming religious tensions over planned Jewish worship at the site.
Two IDF soldiers injured in cross-border shooting from Egypt
An IDF jeep on routine security patrol near the community of Ezuz, on the border with Egypt came under cross-border fire on Wednesday afternoon, an army source said.
In DC, wary Ya'alon says he's making his 'opinions known' on Iran
"The Iranian question concerns us," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon acknowledged, shortly after meeting here with US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. "The question of whether there will be an agreement and what that agreement is concerns us, and I spoke with them about this," he said. "We are making our opinions known."
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