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PA president threatens 'important and fateful decisions' after soldiers seize security camera footage in heart of Ramallah, possibly connected to manhunt for Ofra attacker
While the Islamic Republic permits religious practice by its Christian minority, defection from Islam is a punishable offense
In televised address to the nation, French president acknowledges responsibility for anger driving wave of 'yellow vest' demonstrations, but resists calls to step down
'Who cares about Jews?' says one of many social media users to attack playwright Stephen Laughton, who will donate aid to Palestinians after each performance of 'One Jewish Boy'
Mandelblit signs off on PM's wife's six-day visit to Guatemala on Foreign Ministry's recommendation, but rules she has no 'special status'
At Tel Aviv ceremony, Gadi Eisenkot is praised for 'record-breaking' cooperation between security bodies during his tenure
Nazi officer getup sold online is 'disrespectful on so many levels,' memorial tells retailer Escapade on Twitter
But premier decries 'double standard,' noting that he has been called a traitor by some: 'That which is forbidden for the right is also forbidden for the left'
FBI says Damon Joseph planned to carry out mass shooting during Shabbat services on behalf of Islamic State, told undercover agent he was inspired by Pittsburgh massacre
Army says delegation will brief Russian counterparts on new effort to find Hezbollah tunnels in Lebanon, discuss 'other operational subjects'
Source with direct knowledge of negotiations says Netanyahu unlikely to accept any changes to proposal, predicts national poll in May or June if legislation not advanced
Movement will launch online campaign against surrogacy and adoption rights, plans to hold demonstration in Tel Aviv
Father and mother of Shira Ish-Ran call for more forceful response to terrorism, say they feel army is being held back by government
Army offers glimpse into its 'laboratory' of engineers and intel soldiers searching for attack tunnels from southern Lebanon
Doha's point man for the Strip says airfield would be under his country's security supervision, denies support for Hamas
Turkish president accuses progressives of double standard after they criticized Ankara's handling of similar anti-government protests
Clashes break out a few hundred meters away from Abbas's house after large number of Israeli troops enter West Bank city
Exiled to Sweden during World War II, Sachs wrote haunting poems touching on the Holocaust, Israel and the ugliness and beauty of humanity
Officials hail 'great diplomatic importance' of PM's wife's six-day trip, but refuse to say how much it cost and who will pay for it
IRGC Aerospace Force commander insists Tehran not limited by technology or international agreements, but only by its military needs