News Briefs

Elul 20, 5775 / Friday, September 04, 2015

Report: Muslim Women Banned from Temple Mount

Arab news agency says 40 Islamist women may not enter Mount at all. Jewish activists: 'a great improvement'.
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Defense/Security, 10:31 AM

Drive-By Shooting Reported North of Jerusalem

Emergency service ZAKA reported a drive-by terror shooting near Nahliel, in western Binyamin region. No one was reported hurt.
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Jewish World, 9:43 AM

Natalie Portman Softens Tone on Netanyahu, Just a Bit

Star who called Prime Minister's remarks on Arab voters 'horrific' now says she was 'disappointed.'
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Defense/Security, 9:11 AM

Hamas Setting Ambushes Along Gaza Fence

Terror groups putting up observation towers opposite IDF positions.
(Photo:Emad Nassar/Flash 90)
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Global Agenda, 6:46 AM

European Countries May Abstain at UN Vote on PA Flag

Diplomat says European countries could decide to abstain in vote on a draft resolution on raising the Palestinian flag at the UN.
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Middle East

Hamas Welcomes UK Labor Frontrunner's Anti-Israel Stance

Hamas leader says Jeremy Corbyn is sympathetic towards Palestinians and is against "racist" Israel.
(Photo: Reuters)
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