Meir Panim Gives the Gift of Camp to Hundreds of Impoverished Children.
In response to a French parliament report accusing Israel of water ‘apartheid’ in Judea and Samaria, the Israeli Government Press Office offered Hebrew University Professor Haim Gvirtzman’s recent report on “The Israeli-Palestinian Water Conflict” as proof that Israel has met all of its water obligations to the Palestinians.
“The most recent full and detailed data released by the Water Authority contradict the harsh claims being directed against Israel,” the Government Press Office said in a statement released Tuesday. “The major gap that existed in 1967 has been reduced over the past 40 years and is now negligible,” it continued. “Palestinian per capita water consumption in the domestic sector is significantly higher than the minimum defined by the World Health Organization.”
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Rio De Janeiro’s Jewish community will open two synagogues to accommodate Jewish visitors at the 2016 Olympics.
Israel said the report is “fundamentally flawed in its methodologies, in its facts, in its legal analysis and in its conclusions,” and one-sided, bringing “into serious question Amnesty’s professional standards.”
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Dreinoff House, Beit El, July 29, 2015. Photos by Hillel Meir / Tazpit News Agency.
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The suspects belonged to an infrastructure that tried to disrupt the May 2014 visit of Pope Francis.
At least two reliable sources reported that Mullah Omar, one of the world’s most wanted terrorists, has died.
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Israeli, Lithuanian and American researchers have tracked down the remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna.
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