Proposed law would broaden power of defense minister to curb citizens’ freedoms, including restricting the professions a person could work in, forbidding leaving the country and having contact with certain individuals.
The incidents mark a clear escalation of tensions within Fatah between supporters of the Palestinian president and his exiled rival Mohammed Dahlan.
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Over 3,000 Jews frequented the holy site during October holiday period, including a group of soldiers; though Palestinian social media is ablaze, no altercations have been reported.
JFNA and its predecessor organizations have had a longstanding policy of not officially traveling beyond Israel’s 1967 borders. In reality, however, representatives have already done so.
Chinese companies reach deals with Insuline and Foresight; Teva, IBM expand health tech partnership; Tel Aviv shares follow world markets lower.
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The former defense minister sent the press scrambling for clues after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel with 'an extremely troubling vulnerability to a key security challenge.' A hint as to what that might have been can be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
Robots with one motor hadn't been thought capable of moving anywhere but straight, until Ben-Gurion University invented a simulated cockroach.
Two decades after it was declared dead, vinyl is back. And as the sexy trend of records takes on among younger DJs, record prices are climbing.
Strikes carried out by Syrian or Russian warplanes on village in rebel-held Idlib province, rescue workers and monitoring group say.
The 22-percent rise over last year reflects record number of Israelis ignoring government warnings, burgeoning number of Jewish Israelis visiting Egyptian peninsula.
Comptroller report says state’s pension obligations have been growing rapidly, mainly due to dramatic increases in promised payments to employees in the defense establishment.