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High Court Orders Release of Suspected Terrorist’s Body

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on January 23, 2017

The High Court of Justice ordered the Defense Ministry to release the body of Ya’akub Musa Abu al-Qi’an, who was killed in a clash with police during last week’s demolition of the Umm al-Hiran unauthorized village in the Negev. Police say Abu al-Qi’a…

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Rivlin Calls on Gov’t to Fix Unrecognized Village Issue

By Ilana Messika/TPS on January 23, 2017

President Reuven Rivlin said that the government must prioritize solving the problem of unrecognized Bedouin villages. Addressing the 10th Annual conf…

Supreme Court nixes Amona Deal

By Yoni Ariel/TPS on January 23, 2017

The Supreme Court ended any chance of implementing the agreement between the government and Amona, when it issued a stay order forbidding any construc…

Probability of Netanyahu Indictment Growing

By TPS on January 23, 2017

Police and state prosecutors say there appears to be sufficient evidence to indict Prime Minister Netanyahu over his relationship with billionaire Arn…

Arab Demonstration Ends Peacefully

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on January 23, 2017

The demonstration of Monday, organized by the Arab Community’s Coordination Committee, protesting what they call the government’s increasi…

Amona Residents Threaten Non-Peaceful Evacuation

By Yoni Ariel/TPS on January 23, 2017

The Amona residents have accused the government of reneging on the agreement with them, and say they no longer consider themselves bound the by the te…

Bennet urges Netanyahu to annex Maaleh Edumim

By Yoni Ariel/TPS on January 23, 2017

Education Minister Naftali Bennett criticized Netanyahu’s decision to postpone bringing the Annexation Bill before the cabinet, and called on hi…

US Administration Begins Discussing Relocating Embassy to Jerusalem

By Yoni Ariel/TPS on January 23, 2017

The White House has said initial discussions regarding the relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem have begun. If the new administrati…

Netanyahu, Trump Speak, Agree to Meet Next Month

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on January 23, 2017

Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke to US President Donald Trump  Sunday evening (Sunday afternoon ET). Sources close to the Prime Minister said the  call …

Growing doubt whether Umm al-Hiran incident was terror attack

By Yoni Ariel/TPS on January 22, 2017

New forensic evidence casts doubts on the original police report that Yacoub Abu al-Qiyan, the Umm al Hiran resident killed in last week’s clash with …

Life in Prison for Killer of Malachi Rosenfeld

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on January 22, 2017

An IDF tribunal sentenced Hamas Abdallah Ashaak to life in prison plus 30 years for the 2015 murder of Malachi Rosenfeld. Ashaak was also ordered to p…

Diaspora Affairs Ministry publishes 2016 Anti-Semitism Report

By Ilana Messika/TPS on January 22, 2017

Minister of Diaspora Affairs Naftali Bennett today (Sunday) presented the Ministry’s 2016 Annual Antisemitism Report to the cabinet. The report shows …

New Phone App Aims to Track Signature Movement, Block Forgery

By Ilana Messika/TPS on January 22, 2017

A team of researchers at a cyber security lab at Ben Gurion University in the Negev and a big data lab from Tel Aviv University has developed a techno…

J’lem Municipality Announces New Construction in Contested Neighborhoods

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on January 22, 2017

Less than 48 hours after the inauguration of US President Donald Trump, the Jerusalem municipality granted approval for 671 housing units in eastern J…

Police Commissioner Hints Sufficient Evidence to Indict Netanyahu

By TPS on January 22, 2017

Chief Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh stated on Sunday that the investigations against Prime Minister Netanyahu are on the last to final lap and tha…

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