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Elul 17, 5775 / Tuesday, September 01, 2015
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Israeli-Palestinian Face Off - on a Welsh Mountain?

When a group of intrepid Israel activists got wind of a pro-terror charity fundraiser, they decided to act. What happened next was surreal.
Daily Israel Report
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Defense/Security, 4:59 PM

Special Security Officer to Guard Jerusalem's Old City

New security officer will coordinate between Old City residents, police and municipality on security issues and emergencies.
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Global Agenda, 4:11 PM

Iran Hopes 'Warmongers' Won't Sway US Congress

Iran's Foreign Minister asserts that if Congress ignores 'propaganda,' nuclear deal will face no impediments in the United States.
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Inside Israel, 2:56 PM

Yehuda Glick Optimistic for 'Great Change' on Temple Mount

Yehuda Glick commends new minister of internal security, hints that he favors Jewish ascent to Temple Mount.
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Jewish World, 3:50 PM

Again: Uproar After Netanyahu Spotted in Non-Kosher Restaurant

Haredi party incensed after Netanyahu sits with Italian PM in posh Florence cafe. PMO: Netanyahu never eats non-kosher food.
(Photo: Marc Israel Sellem/POOL)
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Food & Lifestyle

A Simple and Healthy Rosh Hashana

How to cook up a sweet new year - without the high sugar levels.
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History in Pictures

Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.