News Briefs

Kislev 6, 5775 / Friday, November 28, 2014

Danino Vows to Ban Nationalist MKs from Ascending Temple Mount

Police Commissioner refuses to back down from statements supporting discriminatory 'status quo' on Judaism's holiest site.
CurrenciesShabbat Times
Jewish World, 3:50 PM

Shabbat Shalom from Israel! Updates Continue from N. America

Shabbat about to begin in Israel. Arutz Sheva's North America desk will continue to update the site until Shabbat begins in New York.
See more...
Inside Israel, 12:23 PM

Netanyahu's Appeal to Hareidi Parties Revealed

Third report in 48 hours: PM approaches hareidi MKs - who say they want a commitment in writing. 'We don't trust Bibi anymore,' MKs say.
See more...
Inside Israel, 1:14 PM

Likud Jockeying: Danon 'Ideological Alternative' to Netanyahu

Danon competing with PM for control of Likud visits party faction and says Netanyahu is 'realizing policies of Livni, not Likud.'
See more...
Middle East, 2:07 PM

Egyptian Buffer Zone Collapses Gazan Economy

Prices soar in Hamas terror stronghold amid Egyptian destruction of smuggling tunnels, with cement prices ten times higher.
See more...
Defense/Security

Shocking Details of Car Attack on Female Officer

Young cop run over in Bat Yam trying to arrest employee of pro soccer team who was committing sex crimes in a jeep.
See more...
More

Zion's Corner Blogs

Daily Israel Report

Weather&Times

Daily Israel Report

Music

Nationalist Ex-MK's Nephew Astounds with Debut Single Hanan Ben-Ari is not just the relative of a famous nationalist leader - new single from his debut album shows he's on his way to greatness.

In Other News...

Funeral for Unknown Soldier - 66 Years Later19 year-old soldier Yehoshua Haver died in the War of Independence, but his burial place was unknown - until now.

Poll

PollWho is a greater threat to Israel?

Recipes

Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukah approaches.

History in Pictures

Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.