News Briefs

Kislev 4, 5775 / Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Gag order lifted

Jewish Construction Worker Was Killed by Arabs in Terror Attack

Court lifts gag order, reveals Netanel Arami was murdered by Arabs for 'nationalistic reasons'; family furious over cover-up.
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Inside Israel, 11:24 AM

Livni Torpedoing 'Zoabi Bill' to Expel Terror-Supporting MKs

After stalling Jewish People Bill, Justice Minister postpones debate of bill for ejecting rogue MK from Knesset.
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Middle East, 11:23 AM

Israel to NATO: Punish Turkey for Hosting Hamas HQ

Jewish state demands steps against Turkey for allowing genocidal terror group to operate from Istanbul.
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Inside Israel, 11:38 AM

Eichmann Trial Documents: From Trash to Auction

Trove of prosecution documents from Eichmann trial up for auction in Jerusalem. Documents found in a Jerusalem dumpster a few months ago.
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Inside Israel, 10:55 AM

Officials Call to Boycott President's Event 'Silencing' Singer

Ben-Dahan calls on singer to boycott Rivlin's event after Amir Benayoun was disinvited over a song critical of Arab Israeli terrorists.
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Defense/Security

MK Levin Proposes 8-Step Plan to Prevent Terrorism

Temporary legislation formulated by MK Yariv Levin calls for harsh punitive measures against terrorists, their families and supporters.
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Music

Nationalist Ex-MK's Nephew Astounds with Debut Single Hanan Ben-Ari is not just the relative of a famous nationalist leader - new single from his debut album shows he's on his way to greatness.

In Other News...

Venezuelan MP Claims: The Zionists Financed Hitler In a recent interview, Venezuelan MP Adel Al-Sughayar said that Hitler's main financiers had been the Zionists.

Poll

PollWho is a greater threat to Israel?

Recipes

Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukah approaches.

History in Pictures

Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.