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Tammuz 18, 5775 / Sunday, July 05, 2015

Official: Permanent Iran Deal Even Worse than Interim One

Senior Israeli official says impending deal will allow Iran to continue to develop nuclear weapons and support global terrorism.
Daily Israel Report
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Global Agenda, 8:39 AM

'Iran Will Still be Existential Threat to Israel After Deal'

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton warns Iran's 'aggressiveness' and sponsorship of terror won't end with a nuclear agreement.
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Inside Israel, 7:54 AM

Terror Theater's Manager Steps Down

Al Midan Theater claims its manager's temporary leave unrelated to ongoing public storm over play about life of a terrorist.
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Inside Israel, 8:56 AM

MK Urges IDF to Separate Men and Women

Sexual harassment case between Lt. Col and soldier shows 'problematic' trend within IDF, Bezalel Smotrich (Jewish Home) asserts.
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Inside Israel, 11:53 PM

Police Believe Arab Arsonists Behind Jerusalem Forest Fires

Authorities find remains of Molotov cocktails at site of today's fire, close to Arab village.
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Inside Israel

Teenager Breaks into Jerusalem Chief Rabbi's Home

17-year-old youth arrested after breaking into Jerusalem Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar's house over Shabbat.
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