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Cheshvan 7, 5775 / Friday, October 31, 2014

Kerry Reiterates Call to Reopen Temple Mount to Muslims

In a statement, Secretary of State condemns shooting of Yehuda Glick but also calls "to maintain the status quo".
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Inside Israel, 4:16 AM

Bennett to Sky News: Don't Sit in London and Call Us Apartheid

Watch: Interviewed on Sky News, Economy Minister says calling Israel an "apartheid state" is a blatant lie.
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Middle East, 5:43 AM

Iran Wants All Sanctions Lifted in Final Deal

Iranian official declares the country wants all Western sanctions to be lifted as part of a final deal on its contested nuclear program.
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Inside Israel, 5:16 AM

Food Giant Osem to Build Large Ice Cream Factory in Arad

The largest ice cream factory in the Middle East will be built in the city of Arad, which has been suffering from a rise in unemployment.
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Inside Israel, 1:13 AM

Sweden’s FM: I'll be Happy to Send Liberman IKEA Furniture

Sweden’s Foreign Minister, Margot Wallstrom, responds to Israeli counterpart's criticism over decision to recognize "Palestine".
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News from America

White House: 'Aspergery' Slur an Unfortunate Misuse

White House says the use of the term "Aspergery" by unnamed officials was an “unfortunate misuse of language”.
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Shlomo Cohen Releases New Music Clip The great Hassidic singer Shlomo Cohen with Ami Cohen's band presents the exciting video of song "Ana Amtzaha" (I Will Find You)

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Entire High School Class Under Investigation for Neo-NazismNinth-graders in Germany had secret WhatsApp group with anti-Semitic slurs and 'Heil Hitler' photos. Parents are horrified.


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Oatmeal Cocoa Chocolate Chip Cookies: Israeli versionCan Israelis teach Americans anything about oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies? Try this easy recipe and see.

History in Pictures

The Hardships of Aliya in the 30'sIn the '30s it wasn't only living in Israel that was hard; just getting to the Holy Land was fraught with danger.