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Tammuz 18, 5775 / Sunday, July 05, 2015

French Gov't Will Continue Funding Radical Gaza Flotilla NGO

French embassy, foreign min. justify government funding to militantly anti-Israel organization - but won't say how the funds are used.
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Inside Israel, 2:55 PM

Ancient Jewish Town Recognized as World Heritage Site

Beit She'arim, home and resting place to Mishna editor Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi, becomes a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Defense/Security, 2:31 PM

Former National Security Advisor: ISIS Here to Stay

Gen. Yaakov Amidror argues that Islamic State has become a true Middle Eastern power, but notes it's not a direct threat to Israel - yet.
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Defense/Security, 1:57 PM

322 IDF Soldiers Wounded in Gaza War

IDF Rehabilitative unit releases statistics from Operation Protective Edge; more than half seriously injured.
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In Other News..., 2:08 PM

World War II Tank Found in German Man's Basement

A 45-ton tank, a torpedo missile, as well a host of other weapons dating to WWII found in basement of villa in wealthy German suburb.
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Jewish World

Paris to Build 'European Center for Judaism'

'It would’ve been easy to give up and say Jews are leaving,' says Jewish Consistoire head. 'I want to convey a different message.'
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Music & Entertainment

Watch: Moving Concert in Memory of the 'King of Cantors' 90 cantors and 90 musicians fill Jerusalem's Mount of Olives with beautiful music in honor of Yossele Rosenblatt.

Focus on the Jewish Family‏

School's Out! Make Sure Your Child isn't At Risk How a simple talk can stop your child falling prey to addiction, sexual abuse.

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Teriyaki-Style ChickenAuthentic ingredients (no ketchup allowed!) make this one tasty meal.

History in Pictures

Mystery Picture: A Fountain Found and a Windmill DisappearsOne would think the Turks had Photoshop from comparing the pictures in this article.

Technology

Not Sci-Fi: Israeli Tech Making Your World 'One Big Touchscreen' It looks like something out of a science fiction movie - but thanks to Israeli technology 'The Bird' could soon change our reality.