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Since last Friday’s gathering of 50,000 protesters, predominantly Islamist, against the current military rule of Egypt, violence continues to rock Tahrir Square, with reports of at least 20 killed and 1700 wounded – according to the Egyptian Health Ministry.
Egypt is set to hold parliamentary elections on November 28.
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The White House is passing up the opportunity for Obama’s first meeting with the new Israeli president.
Northern Israel is on a high tension wire. The IDF temporarily closed roads Sunday because of a reported “security incident.”
Jewish journalist Damian Pachter has arrived in Israel from Argentina via Uruguay, having fled for his life after reporting on the death of a prosecutor.
It appears the bomb was thrown or placed there yesterday but didn’t explode.
United Hatzalah, Israel’s largest emergency medical response organization received a new ‘Ambucycle’ from Columbus donors.
ISIS terrorist murder of a Japanese citizen is terror against the world, says Israeli PM Netanyahu.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu says he’ll go anywhere he’s invited to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons.
Forensics show Argentina federal prosecutor, Alberto Nisman was murdered over the 1994 Jewish center bombing case.
In the Alberta province of Canada, a synagogue was defaced with huge block letters scrawled on its walls: ‘Leave Canada’
Japan is a very resilient nation, and they’ve chosen to respond to ISIS’s threats and blackmail demands with black humor. They’ve taken the photos that ISIS released and reworked them into various memes:
A 13 year old boy was maced by a gang in Paris. He was an easy target due to his kipa and tzitzit. What should the family do?
This is the first time since 2012 that the dollar-shekel rate broke the 4.0 mark.
Most of the victims are showing at least some improvement, but the injuries are serious…
Netanyahu will reportedly be offering a spot on the Likud list to Caroline Glick.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his rage and demanded the release of the hostages.
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