Join Meir Panim’s campaign to “light up” Chanukah for families in need.
Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh left Gaza to Egypt on Saturday with a delegation of 21 senior Hamas members. Haniyeh is meeting with senior Egyptian security personnel.
The Hamas delegation are trying to improve relations with Egypt, which have been on a down-slide ever since the terror attacks began in the Sinai which many suspect are connected to Islamic groups in Gaza, as well as Egypt’s recent flooding and destruction of tens, and possibly even hundreds of Gazan smuggling tunnels.
Egypt also believes that Hamas was specifically involved in an attack that killed 16 Egyptian policemen last year in the Sinai (Rafah).
Al-Arabiyah claims that Haniyeh plans to talk about “Israeli violations of the truce” [between Israel and Gaza].
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The plot thickens as North Korea’s Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
Three Arab wannabe teen terrorists are arrested in a firebombing attack on Border Guard police officers near Jerusalem.
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A family pose for a picture in front of a giant illuminated Chanukiah in the Port of Tel Aviv on December 21, 2014.
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The Palestinian Authority is a serial murderer – first the “peace process” and now Israeli soldiers.
He had posted on Facebook, “Strike terror into the hearts of the enemies of Allah and your enemies.” It’s part of a quote from the Qur’an.
Rabbi Yehuda Glick, who was critically wounded in an assassination attempt several weeks ago, announced he is running “symbolically” on the Likud list for the elections to the Knesset. He is in 33rd place, and he will not be elected unless the party performs a miracle no less than his recovery and wins 33 seats. […]
“Both sides shall respect and protect the listed below religious rights of Jews, Christians, Moslems and Samaritans.” – Oslo Accords.
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Egypt closed the crossing due the ongoing terror attacks against Egypt emanating from the Gaza Strip.
M. was sitting at a red light when he saw the terrorist run past him…
Feiglin decided he and the Likud party are better off if he fights on only one front, not two or three.
I’m sorry, but Naftali Bennett decided to dress up as an aging Tel Aviv Hipster and… apologize…
The gas deal would supply Jordan for 15 years, at a cost of 15 billion dollars.
The Likud checked to see if anyone other than Bibi could bring them to victory.
Meir “Big Brother” Sheetrit tried to sneak in a baby DNA biometric bill before it was too late, or even noticed.
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