Air Force Chief Reveals Israel First Country to Make Operational Use of F-35 Stealth Jets

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 22, 2018

Israel has used the F-35 stealth fighter jet to attack “on different fronts, making it the first air force in the world to make operational use of the jets, Air Force Commander Maj.-Gen. Amikam Norkin told a gathering of some 20 air force commanders …

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IDF Attacks Hamas Post in Response to Border Arson

By TPS on May 22, 2018

An IDF tank fired shells at a Hamas watchpost in the southern Gaza Strip on Tuesday after  several Gazans infiltrated the border earlier and set fire …

Shots Fired At Israel Car North Of J’lem

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on May 22, 2018

Shots were fired at an Israeli vehicle in a suspected terror attack near Kafr Ni’ma ,  north of Jerusalem on Tuesday morning, the IDF said. Initial re…

Netanyahu Praises Tough US Stance On Iran As Pompeo Threatens “Toughest Sanctions In History’

By TPS on May 21, 2018

  Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said the United States was pursuing the “correct policy” vis-a-vis Iran, just hours after Secretary of State …

Israel To Invite Saudi-Arabia, Gulf States To Eurovision?

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 21, 2018

With countries such as Iceland threatening to boycott the 2019 Eurovision, which is set to take place in Jerusalem after Israel’s Netta Barzilai took …

Lapid Says Netanyahu Negotiating Palestinian Capital in Abu Dis

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 21, 2018

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu should immediately disclose whether as part of a peace plan being formulated by United States President Donald Trump…

News Analysis: Likud MK Moves to Support Kurdish Independence in Response to Turkey

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 21, 2018

A group of Likud and Yisrael Beteinu MKs said Sunday they would table a motion on the Knesset floor to offer support for Kurdish independence in Kurdi…

Paraguayan Embassy Opens in Jerusalem

By TPS on May 21, 2018

Paraguay officially moved its embassy to Jerusalem Monday, becoming the third country to make the move in the past week, after the United States and G…

New Bible Translation Highlights Connection Between Holy Book, Land of Israel

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 19, 2018

As the rabbi of Beth Jacob Congregation, an Orthodox synagogue in Columbus, Ohio, Rabbi Tuly Weisz thought he had found his calling, and his career. H…

Two Months After Launch, Tzohar Kashrut Division Making Inroads But Still Faces Steep Climb

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 18, 2018

When Gadi Piamenta decided to open a coffee bar in downtown Jerusalem in 2012, the process and cost of applying for kashrut certification from the Jer…

Gaza Belt Kids Wage ‘Kite Peace’

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 17, 2018

In response to the rash of “Molotov Kites” That have set kibbutz fields ablaze in recent weeks, children from the Gaza Belt Kibbutz Sa’ad held a demon…

Israeli Ambassador to Belgium Turns Tables During Diplomatic Rebuke

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on May 17, 2018

  Belgian and Luxembourg officials summoned Israeli Ambassador Simona Frenkel Wednesday for “clarifications” about Israel’s behavior during Monda…

Israel, Panama Ink Free Trade Deal as Netanyahu Wraps Up Week of Unprecedented Success

By TPS on May 17, 2018

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu wrapped up a week of unprecedented diplomatic successes with a return to his roots as an economist: On the heels of …

Former Shin Bet Chief: Economics, Clashes Have Left Hamas Weak in Gaza

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on May 17, 2018

Economic woes in Gaza have left Hamas in one of its weakest positions in history, said Yoram Cohen, a former chief of the Israel Security Agency (Shin…

Erdoğan Renews Attacks, But Veteran Diplomat Stresses Long-Term Interests in Turkey Dispute

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 17, 2018

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan renewed his attacks on Israel Thursday, slamming the United Nations for “collapsing” following Monday’s clashes…

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