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Education Ministry advisor: We deserve Nobel
Prestigious award that former Israelis won reflects bleak reality: Third of
Shahar Chai  
Gaza wedding: 15-year-old groom, 14-year-old
Palestinian teenager poses with newly-wed wife in house damaged by 2009 Israeli
Reuters
Torpedoes and sandals: The daily life of a
A half-billion dollars worth submarine carries IDF soldiers to covert ops
Yoav Zitun  
US, Iran: Decades of complex, troubled relations
Ahead of possible Obama-Rohani meeting at UN General Assembly, AP recounts few
Bradley Klapper, AP
Comment posted, damage done: Online battle for
Internet pages are fighting ring where Israel supporters try to ward off
Eyal Lehmann
US tour empowers Jewish, Arab women
Israelis, Palestinians learn to 'think big' during meetings with American
Miri Arbiv
40 years after Yom Kippur War: The Egyptian
Ynet speaks with Egyptian whose life mission is to teach Egyptians of their
Roi Kais  
Ministers recall Yom Kippur War experiences
Young Shai Piron heard radio break fast's sanctity, officer Uri Ariel was
Ynet
Lone IDF soldiers reunite with families for
Hundreds of IDF ‘lone soldiers’ with no family in Israel, forced to spend
Ynet
Revealed: In 1950s Mossad spies married Arabs to
Mossad's Ulysses Project's secret operatives took on false identities, married
Ronen Bergman
They hate Israel, but they hate Hezbollah more
Abdullah Azzam Brigades took responsibility for rocket fire at Israel on
Roi Kais  
Getting high beyond Green Line
Shortage of soft drugs across country leads young Israelis to settlements, where
Itamar Fleishman
Saudi crack addicts get their fix
Easily available, highly addictive drug reaches Saudi Arabia, reeking havoc,
The Media Line
Edgy new play spotlights death row teens in Iran
Production titled 'The Blue Feeling of Death' tells true stories of seven
Associated Press
An inside look at the women of Hezbollah
On the battlefield their role is limited to treatment of wounded, but Rima
Roi Kais
Egyptian Hebrew speakers take Israeli public by
Cairo's revolt reveals Egyptian commentators with surprisingly fluent Hebrew in
Roi Kais
Syrian war splits families, friends in Golan
In region of 20,000 people, only some 300 openly oppose Assad regime. Many are
Aine Pennello
In Israel, no such thing as a civil marriage
Hundreds of thousands of Israelis ineligible to wed. 'Getting married is a basic
The Media Line
Gay Egyptians come out of the closet
Arab Spring, Internet encourage more openness in country where until recently
The Media Line
Nigeria’s 'war on terror' wins tentative support
Local population in Africa’s No. 1 oil producer appears to have had enough of
Reuters
Expert: Islam taking over, Europe soon to be
According to Dr. Mordechai Kedar, European softening, together with
Roi Mandel  
Has multiculturalism failed?
With soldier being murdered in London, Paris; immigrants rioting in Stockholm,
Roi Simyoni
Berlin teens meet Israeli expats
During meeting with high schoolers, Israelis who moved to German capital asked
Ynetnews
Lebanon: Homosexuals no longer 'perverts,' but
Violent police raid on Beirut LGBT club inspires controversy. Transgender
Roi Kais
As far away from Burgas as possible
Terror victims taken on vacation in New York on behalf of Chabad Terror Victims
Daniel Fahima
American-born MK attuned to Anglos' needs
Rabbi Dov Lipman was inspired to initiate constituent meetings by his experience
The Media Line
Golan Druze divided, afraid over Syria
Majdal Shams residents differ in opinion over Assad regime, with some calling
Hassan Shaalan
'Love to the end or hate from the heart'
Violence keeps escalating between Palestinians, settlers in West Bank, while
Itamar Fleishman
Disrupting their eternal rest
Considered the most important cemetery in Judaism, its dry earth is sent all
Akiva Novick
Disabled Gaza baby lives in Israel hospital
Abandoned by parents, 3-year-old amputee Mohammed won the hearts of his doctors,
Brit Perets, AP
Sexual harassment: Why so few complain?
Investigators ask victims to reveal intimate details, courts reenact traumas;
Omri Efraim
Revenge killings claim hundreds in Yemen
Officials call for end to violence feeding revenge killing in hopes of breaking
The Media Line
300 meters of loathing
Construction of outpost triggers tension, violence between settlers and
Itamar Fleishman
Israeli novice lawmakers feel their way
Domestic issues take center stage as Knesset opens summer session. 'It is
The Media Line
State archives show early years of Israel
In honor of 65th Independence Day, State archives digitized, go online with
Roi Mandel  
Wikileaks reveals 1973 war files: 'Changes in
Website's library of US diplomacy features records of 1973 US ambassador to
Yitzhak Benhorin
Hitler joins gun debate, but history is in
Gun right supporters insist that many more Jews could have survived Holocaust
Associated Press
Drinking tea with the man who killed my father
Her father was killed in an IRA bombing but Jo Berry decided to meet the men
Gili Gurel  
Jimmy Carter: The US president who put on the
Moments before Obama's anticipated visit, minutes covering Israel-Egypt peace
Roi Mandel
State witness in Holyland case revealed
Financial genius, master manipulator or a businessman down on his luck?
Roi Mandel
Kosher and halal – a gastronomic peace
Following successful career in US Department of Energy, 76-year-old Moustafa
Yitzhak Benhorin
Minister in 1983: Mossad was disinformed on
More records of cabinet meetings regarding massacre in Lebanon released,
Roi Mandel
Woman forced to wed at 15: I saw death
Many Arab women forced to marry at very early age, entering life replete with
Hassan Shaalan
A different Middle East: Israelis for Syria
Volunteers from an Israeli organization put their lives on the line to help
Shlomit Sharvit Barzilay  
Pnina Tamano-Shata, blazing a new path
Fighting for social justice since she was a child, new Yesh Atid MK plans to
Nir Cohen
Pen mightier than sword? Arab cartoonists bash
Arab caricaturists never held back criticism for Jewish state, but assault on
Roi Kais
Israeli women soldiers have 'right stuff' for
'We make a real contribution to protecting the country,' says commander of
Reuters
Hamas flagship university grooms Hebrew teachers
Gaza institution adds Hebrew to list of degrees; 'It is the language of our
Associated Press
Diskin: Bibi, Barak motivated by personal
In second part of interview with director of 'The Gatekeepers,' former Shin Bet
Dror Moreh
Prices go up, seniors go under
As cost of living continues to rise, new survey says seniors give up necessities
Omri Efraim
Arab women highlight of grim year, columnist
Past year was fraught with bloodshed and oppression but Arab women fought for
Roi Kais
Arab soldier hides service from neighbors
Samir, a Muslim Arab, hides his uniform and weapon from his neighbors, but says
Reuven Weiss
Hezbollah's cocaine Jihad
Faced with dwindling Iranian funding, Shiite terror group partners with Mexican
Eldad Beck
IAF cadet wins battle with cancer
Pilot in training graduates from flight academy despite being diagnosed with
Ilana Curiel
Israel-hatred fuels Malaysian politics
Mythic anti-Semitism and Islamic radicalization alongside democratic aspirations
Eldad Beck
Israelis struggle to rebuild lives after Gaza op
Month after end of Operation Pillar of Defense, some Israeli families who lost
Ilana Curiel
Egyptians want peace, says blogger visiting
Maikel Nabil Sanad, an Egyptian blogger hosted by Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Roi Kais  
Syrian rebel to Ynet: Israel will benefit from
In special interview, Syrian woman who left comfortable family life in Canada to
Roi Kais
Assad era coming to an end?
NATO Chemical warfare, UN evacuation, rebel unification – all signs are pointing
Ynet
Son of Nazi hunters threatened over support of
Arno Klarsfeld, 46, son of famed Nazi hunters Serge and Beate Klarsfeld,
Itamar Eichner
Not the typical IDF soldier's mom
Muslim Arab mother whose son serves in IDF says PM's decision not to invade Gaza
Anav Silverman, Tazpit
Egypt Muslim Sisters rise with conservative
Fundamentalist group determined to see more women in positions of authority. 'If
Associated Press
Arab media reacts to Obama reelection
Arab world ambivalent about US president's reelection: Some hope second term
Roi Kais
Israel shines in California campus
Pro-Israel activity flourishes in Irvine University merely two years after
Yitzhak Benhorin
Hezbollah under fire, but its hold is tight
Despite Syria conflict and depleted funding, terror group unlikely to lose grip
Associated Press
Ex-IDF chief's testimony reveals truth hidden
Full transcripts of Agranat Commission show David Elazar felt greatly mistreated
Tomer Velmer
Rabin's sister: We learned nothing from
Slain prime minister's sister warns against apathy, radicalization taking hold
Omri Efraim
Jerusalem's secular minority showing life
Growing number of restaurants in capital now open on Shabbat; longtime exodus of
Associated Press
Informant: NY police paid me to 'bait' Muslims
American teen of Bengali descent says he was paid by police to spy on
Associated Press
Israeli students bike across the US to fight
Raising $100,000 for cancer research on their journey, two Israelis reach finish
Yitzhak Benhorin
After teen's tragic death, questions remain
Pregnant girl whose boyfriend was shot dead by police keeps mum on double
Ynet reporters
Dutch university's Hebrew club visits Israel
They get upset when asked why they study Hebrew though they're not Jewish, have
Gili Gurel
Cuban missile crisis beliefs endure after 50
On eve of 50th anniversary of Cuban missile crisis, historians say faceoff
Associated Press
One year on, new details surface about Shalit
New details concerning prisoner exchange reveal Hamas was willing to compromise
Elior Levy
German city battles elusive new-look neo-Nazis
Fashionable new clothes, English-language slogans and Turkish kebabs – Germany's
Reuters
Geopolitics, resources put maritime disputes
Asia, eastern Mediterranean, Arctic all see maritime border disputes as new
Reuters
The new Egyptian terrorist: Young, educated
Contrary to previous assessments, attack that left IDF Corporal Nettanel
Roi Kais
21st century battlefield: Race of drones
Israel at forefront of booming drone industry that promises to change way
Ynet
Rare labor petition in Iran shows economic alarm
Organizers get 10,000 workers to sign manifesto complaining about Iran's
Associated Press
Declassified documents reveal failures of Yom
New testimonies from Agranat Commission reveal miscommunication, intelligence
Roi Mandel
With settlers' help, Palestinians to get new
Settlers from Gush Etzion fight on Palestinian neighbors' behalf to obtain
Akiva Novick
Jordanian official: No tension between Israel,
Rateb Amro, retired military colonel says PA's bid at UN unreasonable but
Roi Kais
Can Israel still surprise Iran?
Stealth Israeli strike on Tehran's nuclear facilities may no longer be possible,
Reuters
Navy SEAL shares secrets of bin Laden
'Mark Owen' who wrote book about the events surrounding the assassination of
Yitzhak Benhorin
Hezbollah funding terror with fake medicine
Study shows Shiite group branching out from narcotics, begins manufacturing,
Roi Kais
The mission: Target Israelis
Iran's Quds Force, widely considered to be Tehran's black-ops arm, executes
Dudi Cohen
Filipino girl adopted by Palestinians awaits
Girl from Philippines was left outside monastery as baby, adopted by Palestinian
Omri Efraim
Is Germany still a close ally?
Special: Are anti-Israeli undercurrents a marginal position in Germany, or are
Eldad Beck
Nixon in '73: Stop obsessing over Israel
Protocols of Nixon administration meetings shed light on US policy vis-à-vis
Yitzhak Benhorin
Protocols from '72 Munich massacre released
On 40th anniversary of Israeli athletes' murder at hands of Palestinian
Roi Mandel, Eyal Lehmann

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