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Peres pulls out of bank deal after media backlash

Thursday April 23, 2015
Ex-president was to get $30,000 per month from Bank Hapoalim; money would have gone to charity, but he cancelled to safeguard his good name

Amid Israel’s independence festivities, Arabs mark Nakba

Thursday April 23, 2015
Arab MK says Israeli-Arab news anchor Lucy Aharish lighting Independence Day torch sends ‘false message of equality’

Jewish-American al-Qaeda hostage was killed in US drone strike

Thursday April 23, 2015
Obama ‘takes full responsibility’ for death of Warren Weinstein and second hostage in January attack on terror group’s compound

Russia says won’t deliver S-300 to Iran ‘in near future’

Thursday April 23, 2015
Infuriating Israel, Putin earlier this month agreed to supply regime with advanced air defense system

Former SS guard: ‘Couldn’t imagine’ Jews surviving Auschwitz

Thursday April 23, 2015
At trial, Oskar Groening tells court it was clear to him people were not expected to leave camp alive

At Bible Quiz, PM encourages increased aliya

Thursday April 23, 2015
Netanyahu calls on global contestants to ‘go home, speak of your experience and then come back to us’

Obama’s 67 degrees of separation from Israel

Thursday April 23, 2015
Op-Ed: As Israel turns 67 in the vicious, unstable Middle East, the current US administration has proved a vital ally. But ties could and should have been closer

Braving storms, nation marks Israel’s 67th birthday

Thursday April 23, 2015
Israelis take to parks, beaches on Independence Day to barbecue, watch the air force flyover

Keeping our trails independent

Thursday April 23, 2015
Israel’s true national sport has hit some bumps in the path and a few key changes will ensure we can all go take a hike

The scapegoat: shame and guilt

Thursday April 23, 2015
Ancient Jewish rituals chart a pathway out of the hopelessness of forever reliving past mistakes (Acharei Mot – Kedoshim)

US-led coalition airstrikes said to kill 2,000 in Syria

Thursday April 23, 2015
UK-based monitor claims nearly all those killed in raids since September are jihadists; toll includes 66 civilians, 10 kids

Israelis proud of country, but displeased with political system

Thursday April 23, 2015
Almost 60% satisfied with their lives in Israel, survey finds; army and courts well-regarded

US defense chief fears Iran ships carrying arms for Houthi rebels

Thursday April 23, 2015
Ash Carter says Washington is making it clear to Tehran that ‘fanning the flames’ in Yemen ‘is not welcome to us’

The clash over Israeli inflation

Thursday April 23, 2015
Bloomberg: Deflation has taken hold of the economy, which means prices are going down – but not fast enough, some say

Israel grapples with question of Armenian genocide recognition

Thursday April 23, 2015
Amid frayed ties with Turkey, many say values must trump interests in acknowledging ‘first genocide of 20th century’

Mallow soup: a taste of independence

Thursday April 23, 2015
Surprisingly nutritious, the foraged greens served as a staple for families under siege during the fight for the Holy City

Pillcam’s inventor regrets sale of ‘Biblical’ tech to foreign firm

Thursday April 23, 2015
Despite the $860 million price, Independence Day torch-lighter Gabi Iddan would have preferred Given Imaging to remain in Israeli hands

Rabbis teach Christians in new online learning courses

Thursday April 23, 2015
For launch of Root Source, Yehuda Glick, one of the teachers, returns to Begin Center for first time since assassination attempt

The entrepreneur’s manifesto

Thursday April 23, 2015
A plan to encourage more start-ups could give the economy a major boost

How Intel came to be Israel’s best tech friend

Thursday April 23, 2015
A newly found cache of photographs shows the development of one of the country’s most important ongoing business relationships

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