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The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
Judge George Azulai did not accept the police claims that Asraf lent his car to Reuveni, despite tire marks matching the car's which were found in the church's olive grove.
Beyond its academic value, the conference sends a message challenging the validity and purpose of the BDS movement,
Israeli farmers upriver from the Kinneret have been refused an increase of 11 billion gallons annually, precisely the amount Jordan continues to siphon from the lake for its own agriculture.
Jordan, which hasn't made an investment in water preservation, will continue to receive more than a billion and a half cubic feet of water every year.
"We condemn the insult our people have sustained in the liberated Al-Quneitra district in the form of food supplies awarded by the Zionist entity which is repressing the Golan which was sold out by the regime."
A group of ambitious students and parents from Hod Hasharon last week shot a meteorological balloon 15 miles up, almost reaching the edge of the earth's atmosphere.
When the time comes and a Syrian ruler other than Assad take over, US pressure on Israel to begin negotiations on returning the Golan Heights would begin afresh.
Lake Kinneret is a little ‘under the weather’ these days, according to Israel's Water Authority.
The surprising discovery supports the belief there used to be a Jewish settlement in the Kursi Beach National Park.
Israel’s first wind farm was built 30 years ago in the Golan Heights,
Meir Ettinger, the Shin Bet's most wanted Jew, is suspected of leading a national underground revolutionary movement.
The suspects belonged to an infrastructure that tried to disrupt the May 2014 visit of Pope Francis.
His mission was to have vodka produces from the seven species of the land of Israel - figs, dates, pomegranate, wheat, barley, olive and grapes.