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He called Jewish nation 'enemy' and was expelled from France

It was decided in Paris to deport Mahjoub Mahjoubi from France after he called the flag of the republic 'satanic' and the Jewish people 'enemy.'

He called Jewish nation 'enemy' and was expelled

IDF testing air raid siren system in northern Israel

IDF testing siren systems in two locations in northern Israel. If an actual siren sounds, it will rise and fall.

IDF testing air raid siren system in northern Israel

Fallen soldier and principal of Jerusalem boys school leaves a legacy

Yossi Hershkowitz, who fell in Gaza, leaves a legacy with his students. 'Thank you Yossi for educating us. Thank you for making us who we are. Thank you for being our father, friend and principal. '

The legacy of this Jerusalem school principal

Forecasters predict spring weather - and showers

Warm temperatures, strong winds, and rain midweek to replace cold winter weather, forecasters say.

Forecasters predict spring weather - and showers

Former Meretz chairman to lead new party

Former minister Nitzan Horowitz says he intends to form a new party ahead of the next Knesset elections.

Former Meretz chairman to lead new party

Minister Sa'ar: I'm in favor of early elections, but we will deal with it after the war

Minister Gideon Sa'ar speaks at the 21st Jerusalem Conference on the issue of control of Gaza after the war: We must realize the goal of destroying Hamas in order to have an alternative.

'I'm in favor of early elections, but after the war'

Report: Netanyahu reprimanded the head of the Mossad

TV report says Prime Minister scolded the head of the Mossad and the negotiating team that had returned from Paris: That's not how you conduct negotiations, you have to be tough.

Netanyahu reprimanded the head of the Mossad

Adi describes her miracle: 'I said 'Shema Yisrael' and he fired at me'

Adi Zohar, a pregnant woman seriously injured in a shooting attack near Maaleh Adumim, speaks about the miracle she experienced: 'G-d was with me, that I didn't lose consciousness protected my fetus.'

'I said 'Shema Yisrael' and he fired at me'

Ayelet Shaked: 'Unthinkable that during a war, the haredim won't serve'

Former Justice Min. Ayelet Shaked says that passing humanitarian aid to Gaza is 'mother of all sins,' haredim should serve in IDF during wartime.

'Unthinkable that during a war, haredim won't serve'

Minister Yitzhak Goldknopf to PM: 'Declare UNWRA a terrorist organization'

Housing Min. Yitzhak Goldknopf asks PM Netanyahu why the National Security Council (NSC) objects to any proposal to declare UNWRA a terrorist organization and demanded that the PM intervene.

'Declare UNWRA a terrorist organization'

Watch: Singer Shlomi Shabat performs for released hostage

Singer Shlomi Shabat promised to sing to Louis Har after his release from Hamas captivity. On Sunday, Har's 71st birthday, he came to keep his promise.

Singer Shlomi Shabat performs for released hostage

Newcomer Derech expected to win 2 mandates in Tuesday’s vote

The RBS Community List’s platform focuses on what matters most to RBS Anglo and English-speaking residents| “Your needs, Your way”

Newcomer Derech expected to win 2 mandates in vote

Rabbi's great-grandson named after his fallen son

Rabbi Benny Kalmanson choked with tears as he called out the name of his new great-grandson, named after his son who was killed in Gaza.

Rabbi's great-grandson named after his fallen son

Nobel Prize Winner: 'Hamas is playing the ultimatum game'

Nobel Prize Winner Professor Yisrael Aumann explains why Hamas is negotiating the way it is, and what the result is likely to be.

'Hamas is playing the ultimatum game'

President Herzog: 'We must do everything possible to create unity'

President Isaac Herzog discusses the actions he has been taking to prevent the nation from returning to the public discourse of October 6th.

'We must do everything possible to create unity'

'You are our soldiers on the digital battlefield'

The head of digital operations in the Israeli Foreign Ministry calls for the public to join in telling the stories of the October 7th massacre.

'You are our soldiers on the digital battlefield'

Ehud Barak: When the State is shut down, Netanyahu will resign

Former PM calls on 30,000 Israelis to encamp outside Knesset for 3 weeks to pressure PM Netanyahu to step down.

'When the State is shut down, Netanyahu will resign'

Gallant's message that angered Netanyahu

Defense Minister reportedly says he will support whatever Benny Gantz supports on the issue of haredi conscription.

Gallant's message that angered Netanyahu

MK Tzvi Sukkot's move against the Palestinian Authority

Religious Zionist MK submits bill similar to the Taylor Force Law in the US, which will give the Minister of Finance the power to deny payments to the Palestinian Authority.

MK Sukkot's move against the Palestinian Authority

National Security Council chief: We demand immediate release of all the women

National Security Council chief Tzachi Hanegbi says Israel demanding 'release of all hostages, and immediate release of all the women,' promises Israel will destroy 'all of Hamas' battalions.'

We demand immediate release of all the women

First time since Oct. 7: Pumper truck used to clear protest in Tel Aviv

For the first time since the war began, police have deployed a pumper truck to clear a left-wing protest being held on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv.

Pumper truck used to clear protest in Tel Aviv

Who is sending threatening letters to MKs' families?

Avi Saada, brother of MK Moshe Saada, received a threatening letter from the 'Israeli Revengers.' MK Tally Gotliv's son received a similar letter.

Who is sending threatening letters to MKs' families?

Netanyahu: We will approve plans for Rafah operation

PM Netanyahu says Cabinet will meet to approve plans for Rafah operation, evacuation of Gaza civilians.

Netanyahu: We will approve plans for Rafah operation

Foreign Min.: 'Since 7/10 massacre, UN has cooperated with Hamas'

Foreign Min. Israel Katz slams UN Human Rights Council for 'cooperating with Hamas terrorists,' 'trying to undermine Israel's right to defend itself,' in wake of October 7 massacre.

'Since 7/10 massacre, UN has cooperated with Hamas'

Palestinian Authority and Hamas: Netanyahu's post-war plans are doomed to fail

PA and Hamas both denounce Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's proposal for the "day after" Hamas, which was discussed by the Political-Security Cabinet.

'Netanyahu's post-war plans doomed to fail'

Senior diplomatic source: Hamas has dropped some demands, deal still not final

Hamas has reduced some of its demands for a prisoner exchange agreement due to Prime Minister Netanyahu's toughening position in negotiations.

Hamas has dropped some demands, deal still not final

Shabbat Shalom from Israel! Updates continue from North America

Shabbat about to begin in Israel. INN's North America desk will continue to update the site until Shabbat begins in New York.

Updates continue from North America

Gantz: 'The war will continue deep in enemy territory'

National Unity leader Benny Gantz gave a statement in which he promised that the war would expand farther into both Hamas and Hezbollah's territory to ensure that Israelis could return home safely.

'The war will continue deep in enemy territory'

Shelter that rescued Gaza region dogs burns down

Animal rescue activist Ran Pachima went into the Gaza border region immediately after the war began to save animals whose owners had been evacuated or killed. Despite tragedy finding his home as well, he is still determined to start again.

Shelter that rescued Gaza region dogs burns down

Body of man struck by train found near Route 1

Shlomo Samet had been missing for three days before his remains were found near railroad tracks along Route 1.

Body of man struck by train found near Route 1

Soldier rescued by IDF: 'I believe in G-d, I know He exists'

Ori Megidish, kidnapped by Hamas on October 7 and rescued by the IDF less than a month later, tells what kept her strong in captivity: 'I held faith in my grandmother, I knew I would get out of there, whether in a deal or by rescue.'

'I believe in G-d, I know He exists'

Poll: Otzma Yehudit closing gap with Yesh Atid

New poll shows Otzma Yehudit rising to 10 Knesset seats, just three seats behind MK Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid party.

Poll: Otzma Yehudit closing gap with Yesh Atid

Israel to approve 700 housing units in Efrat

Decision to add hundreds of housing units 'further establishes the vision of Efrat as the capital of the Gush Etzion bloc and the protector of Jerusalem from the south,' Mayor Oded Revivi says.

Israel to approve 700 housing units in Efrat

Netanyahu and Dichter meet Golan farmers

Prime Minister Netanyahu and Agriculture Minister Dichter visit the Beresheet fruit company at Merom Golan.

Netanyahu and Dichter meet Golan farmers

MK Avigdor Liberman: Cancel the Knesset's winter break

Yisrael Beytenu chairman sends letter to Knesset Speaker Amir Ohana, asks him to cancel the winter break of the Knesset due to the war.

'Cancel the Knesset's winter break'

War Cabinet okays delegation to Paris for hostage release deal talks

The final approval for the delegation and granting of its powers will be done by the expanded cabinet. The delegation will be headed by Mossad chief David Barnea.

Delegation to Paris for hostage release deal talks

Netanyahu presents: The plan for 'the day after Hamas'

Prime Minister Netanyahu brings before the Cabinet his proposal for the "day after" Hamas, which includes the shutting down of UNRWA and a complete demilitarization of Gaza.

The plan for 'the day after Hamas'

'You were an exemplary child': Man murdered in shooting attack laid to rest

Matan Elmaliah, who was murdered in the shooting attack near Maaleh Adumim, laid to rest at the cemetery in Mishor Adumim.

Man murdered in shooting attack laid to rest

Government to promote 3,000 homes in Maaleh Adumim in response to terrorist attack

Supreme Planning Council will be asked to approve about 2,350 units in Maaleh Adumim, 694 units in Efrat and about 300 units in Kedar.

Government to promote 3,000 homes in Maaleh Adumim

Due to war: Israel to deport dozens of humanitarian aid workers

Since the Hamas massacre, the Ministry of Welfare has not sent recommendations to the Interior Ministry to extend the visas of humanitarian aid workers.

Israel to deport dozens of humanitarian aid workers

Michal Herzog: 'Jewish women felt betrayed by human rights organizations' silence'

First Lady Michal Herzog spoke to UCLA students about the new ARCCI report about Hamas' widespread and systematic use of rape and gender-based sexual violence.

'We felt betrayed by human rights orgs' silence'

Volunteer kept 10.7 terrorist's gun as a 'souvenir'

The 29-year-old suspect, who volunteered in the Gaza envelope after the massacre, was arrested after police found a Kalashnikov assault rifle, a magazine, 51 5.56 rounds, and a substance that is suspected to be drugs, in his possession.

Volunteer kept 10.7 terrorist's gun as a 'souvenir'

Foreign Min.: 'In many Gaza homes, we found copies of Mein Kampf'

Foreign Min. Israel Katz says Hamas are the new Nazis, warns that if Israel does not win war against Hamas, 'it will harm Jewish communities all over the world.'

'In many Gaza homes, we found copies of Mein Kampf'

Son of media advisor killed terrorist despite wounds

A known Israeli media advisor has announced that his son was the one who engaged and killed one of the terrorists in the shooting near Maaleh Adumim, despite being shot twice in the process.

Son of media advisor killed terrorist despite wounds

Yesha Council Chairman: 'Traffic jams have become death traps'

EU Amb. Tzantchev 'horrified' by shooting attack near Maaleh Adumim, says European Union 'strongly condemns terrorism.'

'Traffic jams have become death traps'

Exhibition for evacuees at Dead Sea

Families evacuated from Israel's northern and southern borders were treated to a working dog exhibition by the Israel Dog Unit.

Exhibition for evacuees at Dead Sea

Protesters call for Gantz to push for elections

Demonstrators claimed that elections were needed to allow the people to put their faith in the government again.

Protesters call for Gantz to push for elections

Israeli pilot program: Civilian management of population in northern Gaza

Israel to test plan in which a Gazan citizen will manage the Zeitoun neighborhood instead of Hamas.

Civilian management of population in northern Gaza

Yesh Atid to Attorney General: Remove MK Ofer Cassif from the Knesset

MKs Ron Katz, Meir Cohen and Mickey Levy urge Attorney General to speed up the legal proceedings against MK Ofer Cassif on charges of assaulting police officer.

'Remove MK Ofer Cassif from the Knesset'

Mother of 10/7 victim: 'An UNRWA worker kidnapped my son'

The body of Yonatan Samerano who was murdered by Hamas terrorists on October 7th was abducted to Gaza by a terrorist who was later confirmed to be a UNRWA employee.

'An UNRWA worker kidnapped my son'

Family of accidentally slain armed civilian demand state inquiry commission

The family of Yuval Kestelman, who was killed after being mistaken for a terrorist, called the current investigation into the incident a 'joke.'

Family of slain armed civilian demand state inquiry

Hostage coordinator: 'We'll have to pay a heavy price to return hostages'

Gal Hirsch tells the Conference of Presidents that Israel is writing a previously unwritten textbook on handling a hostage negotiation situation.

'We'll have to pay a heavy price to return hostages'

With 99 votes, Knesset overwhelmingly rejects imposition of Palestinian state

Majority of opposition MKs join coalition in supporting govt. statement rejecting foreign attempts to declare a Palestinian state while the war continues.

Knesset overwhelmingly rejects imposing PA state

President Herzog: Be considerate of hostage families' feelings

President Isaac Herzog calls on high school students in Haifa: 'We must consider the feelings of the hostages’ families, understand that they are going through a living hell every day and every hour.'

Be considerate of hostage families' feelings

Unanimous vote against appeal to appointment of Ben Gvir as Minister of National Security

Supreme Court rejects appeal against the appointment of Ben Gvir as Minister of National Security, ruling that it has no jurisdiction for intervention.

Appeal against Min. Ben Gvir appointment rejected

Interior Minister grants residency to 7/10 hero

Interior Min. Arbel grants permanent residency to religious Muslim who lost his pregnant wife in the October 7 massacre, and then proceeded to save dozens of IDF soldiers.

Interior Minister grants residency to 7/10 hero




























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