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We could establish cities of refuge for the refugees; they’d become citizens of these new places.
12:46 PM: Now this is interesting: A Syrian army source told the Lebanon news outlet, Elnashra: A number of rockets were launched at IDF positions near the border. Syrian rebel forces then launched mortars at the source of the Syrian rocket fire. The Syrian army is on high alert in readiness for an Israeli assault. […]
German Soccer fans were told to stop waving their Israeli flags.
The UN’s BOI report about the 2014 Gaza War documents the exploitation by Hamas of UN facilities.
The Russian government’s plan to rid the capital Moscow of swastikas and everything else of Nazi origin, in time for Victory Day.
Since 2014, the Border Police have become a favorite target for Arab terrorists.
Putting parents before oneself is a step toward putting the more abstract concept of God before self
Congress described it as “economic warfare against Israel” yet US Jewish leaders proudly finance it!
By not standing you are drawing distinctions between religious & secular, AND religious & religious.
Miller would like a chance to tell the court it’s time to “put the Jews on trial where they belong.”
Two Israelis were hurt in road terror attacks Monday, and a 16 year old Arab teen was shot while attacking a motorist.
The Brooklyn neighborhood of Borough Park holds the record for the highest birth rate in New York City in 2013.
The death toll continues to rise following earthquakes in Nepal as rescue workers fight the clock.
Yishai is joined, via phone from Bankok, by Chabad Rabbi Nechemia Wilhelm, who is in touch with Rabbi Chezki Lifshitz and his wife Chani, serving in Nepal. They discuss how Chabad, an organization that provides Jewish services to locals and travelers all over the world, is dealing with the fallout of the massive earthquake and avalanches that have plagued the region. Then, Yishai makes an impassioned plea to the next education minister to create “San Remo Day.” He says that very few people are aware that April 25, 1920 was crucial in the international legal standing for the establishment of the state of Israel nearly three decades later. Finally, Yishai is joined in-studio by Jerusalem Post op-ed editor Seth Frantzman and editorial page editor Matthew Wagner to discuss the earthquake in Nepal, a place with which Israelis have a special connection.
A Border Policeman was stabbed by a female Arab assailant in eastern Jerusalem near the Shalem police station. He is lightly injured. Other police nearby subdued the woman and arrested her.
8:21 PM IDF Spokesman confirms, Defense Minister green lights calling up 30,000 reservists. 8:19 PM Direct hit on house in Be’er Sheva. No injuries reported. 8:16 PM 5 rockets shots down by Iron Dome system over Be’er Sheva. 8:14 PM Rockets landing near Kiryat Melachi during funeral of Mira Sharf HY”D and Aaron Semadje HY”D. 8:10 PM Explosions over Ashkelon. […]
11:20 AM The funeral for Hamas terrorist Ahmed Jabari has begun in Gaza.
Meretz MK Zahava Galon says killing Jabri was not worthwhile and that Israel should negotiate immediately to stop the violence. Chadash MK Dov Hanin asked, “When will they learn that after each assassination there will be revenge.” Israeli leftists and Arabs decry defensive IDF operation on Gaza, calling for demonstration tonight in front Likud Tel-Aviv HQ.
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