Dozens Brave Tel Aviv Rain in Anticipation of iPhone X Israeli release

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on November 23, 2017

Hundreds of Israelis braved intermittent rain in downtown Tel Aviv Wednesday evening in order to jump at the opportunity to become one of the first people in Israel to own the latest technology gadget, the iPhone X. iStore, Apple’s official distribut…

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European Parliament Bans Terrorists Following Leila Khaled Speech

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on November 22, 2017

The European Parliament unanimously endorsed a proposal Wednesday to deny access to people, groups, or entities involved in terrorist acts. The motion…

UK To Buy Iron Dome Command & Control System For Falklands

By TPS on November 22, 2017

The United Kingdom is to spend £78 million to purchase a missile defence shield based on Israel’s Iron Dome to protect the Falkland Islands, British m…

BOI Presents New Banknotes

By TPS on November 22, 2017

Bank of Israel Governor Karnit Flug presented two new banknotes Wednesday to President Reuven Rivlin ahead of their circulation Thursday. The two note…

New Police Stations in Arab Sector Aim to Improve Law Enforcement

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on November 22, 2017

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh inaugurated two new police stations on T…

Mandelblit: ‘Regulation Law unconstitutional’

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 22, 2017

The “Regulation Law” which aims to retroactively grant legal status to Jewish outposts built on private Palestinian land in Judea and Samaria, is “unc…

Unprecedented Long-Term Security Strategy for Judea & Samaria

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 22, 2017

The Israeli security establishment has completed compiling an all-encompassing security strategy for Judea and Samaria, the defense ministry said Wedn…

Car-Ramming Terrorist Sentenced to Two Life Sentences

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on November 22, 2017

An military tribunal sentenced Malek Hamad, the terrorist who rammed his car into a bus stop adjacent to Ofra, north of Jerusalem, last April, to two …

Hodaya Asoulin, Wounded in 2011 Terror Attack, Succumbs to Wounds

By TPS on November 22, 2017

Hodaya Nehama Asoulin, a 21-year-old resident of Mevo Horon who was critically wounded in a 2011 terror attack in Jerusalem, died Wednesday at Hadassa…

Chemical Lab on Gaza Border Catches Explosive Shipment

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 22, 2017

Security officials said Wednesday that a new chemical lab at the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and Gaza would provide thorough analysis …

Putin, Netanyahu Discuss Post-War Syria Ahead of Summit

By TPS on November 22, 2017

Prime Minister  Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated Israel’s strong objection Wednesday to an ongoing Iranian military presence in Syria following the end o…

Jamming Or Direct-Kill: Israeli Companies At The Forefront In Countering Growing Drone Threat

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 21, 2017

When the State Comptroller published his report on the potential security threats posed by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) on November 15,  he touched …

Huge Economic Potential for Israel in Japanese Medical Devices Market

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on November 21, 2017

Japan’s medical device sector has huge economic potential for Israel, Takatomo Ajima CEO of Japanese  healthcare consultant CDI-Medical told Tazpit Pr…

IDF Relives Commander of Post Following Mistaken Shooting of Palestinians

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on November 21, 2017

An IDF officer was reprimanded, and a squad commander relieved of his post following the conclusion of an internal investigation conducted by the IDF …

Parole Board Turns Down Hamas Prisoner For Release as Group is Holding Bodies of Israeli Soldiers

By TPS on November 21, 2017

The Israel Prison Services Parole Board has denied the request of a Hamas security prisoner for early release, citing, among other reasons, the fact t…

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