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The information comes as Assad’s regime has been implicated in aiding a series of deadly border clashes that rocked Israel’s borders two weeks ago as well as last month.
He was convicted of helping to fund terror attacks, including at least one failed suicide bombing. Khader’s group sent two suicide bombers to a West Bank Jewish community in January 2003, but the attack was foiled by security forces, according to the indictment. Israel released Khader in 2009.
The panel discussion following the opening performance in Chicago of the play “The Love Song of Saul Alinsky,” a work described by the Chicago Sun-Times as “bringing to life one of America’s greatest community organizers.”
Koch was speaking in an interview with “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio”on New York’s WABC Radio.
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What is interesting is the latest reason the Arabs are rioting…
A mortar launched from Syria landed inside an Israeli agricultural area, close to 9am.
Assad and the rebels are fighting again for control over the crossing with Israel.
Jews seeking to shame Netanyahu into enforcing the Apartheid Green Line so as not to anger the UNGA are shameful.
Lady Gaga once again defies the BDSers and will appear in Tel Aviv on Sept. 13.
It’s only taken 12 years, but Jerusalem may once again have a Chief Rabbi…
The US embassy was taken over… so was the embassy’s pool.
Jewish Home leader blocks exhibition of dead bodies citing Jewish tradition to honor the dead; NIF objects.
Cabinet holds special session in Ashkelon, faces criticism from local residents, officials over lack of aid package
Mixing the Haredi Lev Tahor cult with a bunch of fiercely religious Roman Catholics is a recipe for dynamite.
For two-and-a-half years, residents of the Golan Heights understood that domestic interests in Syria would keep war away from them.
The Israel Museum has a wonderful interactive exhibit called “Bamboo”, or as the kids call it, “Bambuk”. Made completely out of bamboo poles and rope, you can walk all over around it, all the way to the top of this multistory structure. Highly recommended.
4,000 dunams in G’vaot area declared state land, will open door for large construction project.
Sgt. Shahar Shalev, an IDF paratrooper who was critically wounded in the Gaza Strip during Operation Protective Edge, has died of his wounds. His death brings the number of Israeli casualties from Operation Protective Edge to 72. Baruch Dayan HaEmet.
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