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Friday, September 1, 2017
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France: North Korea could nuke US, Europe ‘within months’
PARIS -- France's foreign minister warned Friday that North Korea could have the capacity to deliver a nuclear strike on the United States and even Europe "within months." Jean-Yves Le Drian called the situation following a string of missile tests by Pyongyang "extremely serious" and urged the reclusive...
Putin warns of looming ‘major conflict’ over North Korea
US heavy bombers, jets deliver show of force against N. Korea
US ban on North Korea travel comes into force
'All politicians speak to publishers, editors-in-chief'
Forced by court order, Netanyahu reveals 230 calls to Israel Hayom editor
PM also says he had over 100 phone conversations in same 2012-2015 period with the newspaper's owner, Sheldon Adelson
DC court dismisses case alleging wealthy US Jews support Israeli war crimes
Police chief: Criticism on PM probes from right, left proves we’re even-handed
Netanyahu vows to ‘give back’ south Tel Aviv to Israelis
With muddled decision on Western Wall freeze, court appears wary to intervene
As Israel's children prepared to go back to school September 1, a Thursday High Court hearing over the Western Wall pluralistic pavilion gave the state some homework. In the decision handed down Thursday night, the state was told it must "inform the court by September 14, 2017 whether it is willing to reconsider the implementation...
Court demands state justify Temple Mount metal detectors for Jews
Far-right activists demand removal of Temple Mount metal detectors for Jews
'Once again, Iran is showing its true colors'
US takes aim at Iran over support for Hamas military wing
Nikki Haley says Yahya Sinwar's statement that Tehran is 'biggest supporter' of terror group is 'stunning admission'
US to let Iranian-backed militias within 10 km of Golan Heights — report
Hezbollah chief urges recapture of Mt. Dov from Israel
Israel says Lebanese officer on Israel border is a Hezbollah ‘plant’ — report
Unexplained bureaucratic error could leave thousands of Negev Bedouin stateless
Israel reportedly stripped hundreds of Arab citizens in the south of their citizenship; Interior Ministry says it's fixing a decades-old mistake in population registry
Farmers in Israeli south urge defense minister: Let Gazans work for us
Movie in works about how Jewish blogger saved ‘God Hates Fags’ church member
Film explores how Megan Phelps-Rope left Westboro Baptist religious group after talks with Jerusalem-based David Abitbol
Post-Charlottesville, Jewish schools increase security with bomb threats in mind
Guterres and Greenblatt outline divergent paths to peace
In Jerusalem, the UN chief strikes a conciliatory tone but espouses traditional positions, while Trump's envoy pushes grassroots efforts to prepare the ground for reconciliation
Festive phone call
Rivlin, Abbas speak by phone ahead of Muslim holiday
New school year renews quest for nit-picking
When it comes to lice, Israeli parents sigh, suffer and seek solutions
2.2 million Israeli students head to class as school year begins
Hebrew media review
Wringing in the school year, ringing up the news
Papers try to squeeze a bit of newsiness out of the decidedly un-newsworthy return to the classroom, and mull what Netanyahu is and isn't telling the public
Army gives Hebron settlers new municipal powers
Head of IDF Central Command transfers jurisdiction of infrastructure services for city's settlers from the PA to Israeli Interior Ministry
Illegal outpost residents ask court to save parts of homes set to be razed
'Divorce laws in this country are a human rights violation'
Jerusalem rabbinical court refuses to grant couple a ‘get’ until prenup voided
Penalizing a man for refusing to grant his wife a divorce constitutes coercion, ruling states, even if both parties agree to such a stipulation
Messianic Israeli couple cannot marry in Jewish ceremony, rabbinical court rules
How Rabbi Shai Held is shaping the conversation around love and politics
Inclusion is for the brave — and stupid
Mainstreaming is often the best 'special education' for kids like hers, so why does Israel presume it's doomed to fail?
Two types of hate
Egypt hated the Israelites out of fear, so they got over it; Amalek's irrational hatred will never end (Ki Teitzei)
Where will the Haredim live in 2040?
Ultra-Orthodox integration in society can begin in local cities and towns -- with safeguards for both populations
A flood of biblical proportions
What is really noteworthy is how people all over the world reach out to help those hit by natural disaster
UN atomic energy agency: Iran complying with nuclear deal
Protesters chanted about killing Jews at Netherlands rally
Israeli-founded gambling company hit with record fine in UK
Haifa ammonia tank emptied after years-long saga
After search, soldier missing in Golan Heights found dead
Anti-Semitic French comedian to travel to North Korea
London cricket ground evacuated after bizarre arrow attack
‘Gas All Jews,’ swastika drawn on South African campus
European Jewish group pans Poland’s ‘lack of concern’ over anti-Semitism
Israeli-British man in court for cyber-attack on UK banks
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