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Dozen firms hope to buy Israeli defense contractor

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Government privatization plans for Israel Military Industries finds eager buyers, both at home and abroad

Six foreign ministers headed to Israel

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
As France readies ‘imposed peace’ push at UN, battery of foreign officials to hold meetings in Jerusalem, Ramallah

Amid rising national anti-Semitism, British evangelicals step up

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Christians Des and Remeny Starritt hope to stir up support for Israel with a new Christians United for Israel branch office in London

Kurdish fighters on the march against Islamic State

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
While Iraqi forces are repeatedly routed by jihadists, Kurds in northeast Syria are retaking towns and villages

Girls seek sisterhood, not just marriage, in IS

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Study finds ‘search for meaning, identity’ a key driver of ‘unprecedented’ surge in jihadi women recruits

In al-Nusra Front’s Syria, no room for religious minorities

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
A rare interview with Islamist group leader Abu Mohammed al-Golani reveals the danger awaiting Syria’s non-Muslim groups after Assad falls

Labor unions end 4-month strike at Dead Sea factories

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Workers set to retain their jobs after threat of mass layoffs in 3 plants prompts intense negotiations

20-year-old student drowns to death in muddy pond

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Rescue workers blame seasonal changes on thick, muddy water in Jerusalem dam that made swimming dangerous

Leah Goldberg, the translator

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
In helping birth modern Hebrew culture, she rejected purism and shaped a nation that might welcome strangeness

Sex, drugs and Philistines: A biblical psychedelic scene

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Breakthrough ‘sensory archaeology’ research reveals a 3,000-year-old ritual culture of mind-altering substances in Israel

Ex-NYC council candidate arrested on child porn charges

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Joseph Hayon ran to represent a Brooklyn district under campaign slogan, ‘Our children are our future’

Obama meets parents of slain journalist Steven Sotloff

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Family had previously criticized White House failure to rescue him from Islamic State

Pacino quits play over playwright’s support of Hitler

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Norwegian author Knut Hamsun eulogized Nazi leader as a ‘preacher of the gospel of justice for all nations’

Israeli Arab indicted for supporting IS on Facebook

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Muhammad Abu Ra’ad, 22, allegedly praised terror group online, incited to ‘kill infidels and enemies of God’

‘Not recognizing Israel as Jewish is anti-Semitic, Pope says’

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Francis also said to backtrack on statements attributed to him to the effect that Abbas is a ‘bit an angel of peace’

New government won’t harm Israel’s legal system, PM vows

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Netanyahu dismisses concerns relating to Ayelet Shaked’s goals as justice minister; also rejects accusations he seeks to control the media

Israel Festival opens with boos for minister Regev, cheers for singer Hanoch

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Likud’s outspoken new culture minister hails pluralism and multiculturalism; crowd underwhelmed

Rivlin: Academic boycott a major threat to Israel

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
Warning it will soon be too late, university heads ask president for diplomatic assistance in combating sanctions

Palestinians happy to see Tony Blair go

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
PA officials say outgoing Mideast Quartet envoy was ‘totally biased’ in Israel’s favor

After 1,400 dead, Indians seek relief from heat

Times of Israel - Thursday May 28, 2015
The most intense heat wave in recent years leaves the poor praying for monsoon’s arrival

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