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Tammuz 19, 5775 / Monday, July 06, 2015

Greece Says 'No' to Europe

61 percent of Greek voters backed the government in referendum on bailout terms, exit from eurozone a possibility.
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Defense/Security, 1:13 AM

Rabbis, MKs: High Court Has Something Against Us

Hundreds of people joined a large crowd in Beit El to recite afternoon prayers near two buildings the High Court ordered torn down.
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Inside Israel, 9:29 PM

Sharansky: Jewish Agency 'Troubled' By Conversion Decision

Jewish Agency Chairman said Sunday that party politics must not decide an issue of such great importance for the future of the Jews.
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Defense/Security, 9:51 PM

The Entebbe Raid: Now in Animation, Too

Commandos involved in the daring raid provide commentary for video produced for its 39th anniversary.
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Middle East, 9:17 PM

Will Egypt Ask for IAF Assistance in Sinai?

Middle East expert Prof. Hillel Frisch doesn't rule out possibility that Israel will help Egypt deal with ISIS with air power, if asked.
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Anti-Semitism Has Taken a Surprising New Form

The anti-Semites have once again shown versatility in renaming their old hate.
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