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Tishrei 24, 5776 / Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Liberman: Arab Violence is an 'Organized Campaign'

Yisrael Beytenu chairman warns that the wave of Arab violence goes beyond Jerusalem, calls on the government to act.
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Inside Israel, 4:35 AM

Woman Fired Over Facebook Photo of Jerusalem Stabber

Pelephone fires female employee who posted a photo of the terrorist who stabbed a Jewish teen in Jerusalem.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 10:58 PM

'I Remember How it is to be an Orphaned Child'

Holocaust survivor and Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Lau, together with Rabbi Lior, visits parents of Rabbi Henkin to comfort Henkin family.
(Photo:Hezki Ezra)
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Inside Israel, 3:12 AM

Be'er Sheva to Jump from 7th to 3rd-Largest Israeli City

20,000 new housing units – the most ever – will be built in capital of the Negev.
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Middle East, 5:42 AM

Jailed Saudi Blogger Wins Free-Speech Prize

Raif Badawi, who was accused of insulting Islam, awarded the PEN Pinter Prize.
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Middle East

Iran to Launch 50 New Oil Projects

Iran announces it will introduce over 50 new oil exploration and production contracts as sanctions are lifted.
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