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Ancient Shekel Coin Sold for $1.1 Million

An ancient Judean shekel coin was sold at auction for $1.1 million.Read More


Bibi: We Dealt Strong Blow to Terrorists

By Haaretz

Israeil Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israel has struck a strong blow against terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip over the past several days.Read More


Bibi Vows To Hit Back at Gaza Militants

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with regional council heads in Israel’s south on Saturday, and said Israel will continue to strike whoever plans attacks on Israeli citizens.Read More


Rockets From Gaza Wound Several Israelis

By JTA

Palestinian rockets from Gaza wounded several Israelis, and an Israeli airstrike killed the leader of a Palestinian terrorist group.Read More


Looters Uncover Ancient Dead Sea Mikveh

By Haaretz

The Haruba archaeological site near Modi’in is famous because it is mentioned in what is known as the Copper Scroll - the only one of the Dead Sea Scrolls that was engraved on copper instead of parchment. The ancient document is in fact a kind of puzzle relating to the whereabouts of the legendary treasures of the holy Temple in Jerusalem.Read More


White House Denies Offering Bunker-Buster Bombs

By JTA

A White House spokesman denied reports that President Obama promised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bunker-buster bombs and refueling planes that could help in a military strike against Iran.Read More


Jews Most Mobile of Major Faiths: Study

By JTA

A new study found that Jews are the most internationally migratory of all the world’s major religious groups.Read More


Mormons Try To Stem 'Baptism' of Jews

By JTA

The Mormon Church is restricting access to its genealogical records relating to Holocaust victims in a move to protect their names for posthumous baptisms.Read More


IDF Acquires New Missile Notification System

By Haaretz

The Israel Defense Forces has acquired a new system that will let it see exactly where every missile strike has landed if the home front is under attack.Read More


Oren: Israel Is Only Mideast Country Safe for Christians

By Haaretz

Israel is the only country in the Middle East that is safe for Christians, Israel’s ambassador to the United States Michael Oren wrote in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal on Friday, comparing what he said was the suppression of Christian communities in Arab states to the twentieth-century expulsion of Jews from these nations.Read More





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