Kislev 17, 5776 / Sunday, November 29, 2015
Second attack of the day

Stabbing in Jerusalem, one injured

Second stabbing in the capital Sunday, apparently on bus on Shamgar; one lightly injured.
Daily Israel Report
CurrenciesShabbat Times
Inside Israel, 10:12 AM

'No logic in giving PA further control in Judea-Samaria'

Furious ministers demand answers after reports surface of plans to transfer land from Area C in Judea-Samaria to Palestinian Authority.
(Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg/Flash 90)
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Defense/Security, 10:19 AM

Acting Police Commissioner to resign at end of 2015

Police Commissioner Bentzi Sau to retire after training his replacement, Roni Alsheich; second police shake-up this week.
(Photo:Miriam Alster/Flash90)
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Inside Israel, 9:22 AM

Israel's Foreign Ministry takes on social media incitement

New bureau will tackle online incitement by locating content harmful to Israel while also engaging in advocacy and dialogue.
(Photo:Miriam Alster/Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 9:09 AM

Forecast: One day of rain to bring back winter weather

High winds and localized rainstorms to end temporary reprieve from cold temperatures Monday, bring winter back before Chanukah.
(Photo: Yonatan Sindel / Flash 90)
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Stabbing in Jerusalem, Border policeman injured

Stabbing at Damascus Gate, on same street as previous stabbings; terrorist eliminated.
(Photo:Israel Police)
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