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Sivan 11, 5775 / Friday, May 29, 2015
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Christians Planning Another Holiday at David's Tomb

After Catholic Pentecost now it's the turn of the Greek Orthodox; Jews vow not to lose theological battle and let holy site's status change.
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Jewish World, 12:12 AM

Dozens of Synagogue Members' Homes Damaged in Houston Flood

Local and nationwide Jewish organizations are raising funds for the flood-bashed Jewish community of Houston.
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Inside Israel, 11:01 PM

Arabs Turn Youth Soccer Game into a Pogrom

Players and fans of Bedouin Tel Sheva swarmed onto field, beat referee and players from Hapoel Merhavim after a goal they didn't like.
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Defense/Security, 9:29 PM

New in IDF: Tactical Kamikaze Drones

The new weapon loiters over target then attacks it like a missile, and is intended for use at the tactical level.
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Inside Israel, 9:19 PM

Netanyahu: World Must Back 'Settlement Bloc' Construction

Netanyahu says PA's soccer ban attempt against Israel will 'destroy FIFA,' says deterrence has been achieved in Gaza.
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Inside Israel

Drowned Yeshiva Student's Body Found at Beit Zayit

Rescue services comb dam near Jerusalem after yeshiva student, 20, was seen going into water but not coming out.
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Al Pacino Backs Out of Play Written By Hitler SupporterPacino 'couldn't come to terms' with Norwegian author Knut Hamsun's support of Nazism, and withdrew from stage adaptation of his novel.

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Help! My Adolescent is Out Of Control!Do you notice that you dread spending time with your teenager?

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Melt in the Mouth: Rose CookiesYou won't be able to stop at just one of these moreish cookies!

History in Pictures

Ottoman Archives Posts More Rare Photos of the Holy Land Never published photos released from unique archive.

Technology

Too Late for Moses: New Israeli App for Stutterers Haifa-based startup has picked up a handful of innovation awards and has sparked interest from around the globe.