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Search International The Women in Green movement has now begun the preparations for the third conference for the application of Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria. Following the success of the first two conferences, the movement expects large
The promising young cadet must decide whether or not he wants to ruin his military career by refusing orders that go against his moral values. The film was screened for the first time in Tel Aviv this week at the ZOA House. The event attracted a very
The theme of this year's conference is "From the Edmond Levy Report to Sovereignty". The lectures will be in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into English. Special transportation in addition to public transportation can be ordered in advance...To
The community's security coordinator went to the site and Israeli soldiers were summoned.
The latest video of this genre shows a group that appears to be composed solely of Arab youths and children hurling rocks and paint at IDF vehicles passing through the village of Nebi Saleh in Samaria.
Breaking News Man indicted for Fogel family murder The Judea and Samaria Military Court has indicted Yaziz Awad, from the West Bank town of Awarta near Nablus, for his involvement in the 2011 Fogel family murder. Awad was indicted for harboring the
According to the indictment, Awad harbored some of the people involved in the attack, and obstructed justice by instructing those involved in the murder about the interrogation methods of the Shabak Israel Security Agency.
Among the popular sites was the Ancient Samaria national park in Sebastia. Sebastia was closed to Israelis for several years due to terrorist violence, but was opened once a month to tour groups. Over Hanukkah it was open for three days straight for
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Temple organizations criticized the decision, which does not limit Muslim access, charging the police with discriminating against the Jews. They repeated their calls for fewer restrictions on Jewish access, demanding a division of access time to the