News Briefs

Kislev 5, 5775 / Thursday, November 27, 2014
Arutz Sheva exclusive

Father of Murdered Druze Officer Visits Har Nof Synagogue

Moving meeting at synagogue where Zidan Seif was murdered by Arab terrorists as he tried to stop attack, details of massacre given.
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Defense/Security, 5:14 PM

High Court Protecting Har Nof Murderers' Homes

Judges issue temporary order blocking the demolition of terrorists' homes after families, NGO file motion.
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Global Agenda, 5:39 PM

Lethal Tel Aviv Hit-And-Run Trial Held in France

Trial starts of two Frenchmen who killed an Israeli woman in 2011 with their car, and then fled to France causing diplomatic debacle.
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Defense/Security, 4:48 PM

Armed Gazans Fire at IDF Jeep, None Hurt

Arab terrorists fire at a jeep on routine patrol along the border fence, damaging it; IDF fires back. Danon: 'strike Hamas government.'
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Global Agenda, 5:47 PM

List of Looted Nazi Art Published by Swiss Museum

After inheriting hoard of son of Nazi art dealer, Bern Museum publishes lists for descendants of owners to claim for first time.
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Inside Israel

Likud Warns 'Coalition Cannot Continue Like This'

Senior Likud sources reveal Netanyahu doesn't want early elections, but likely has no choice given his coalition partners' behavior.
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Music

Nationalist Ex-MK's Nephew Astounds with Debut Single Hanan Ben-Ari is not just the relative of a famous nationalist leader - new single from his debut album shows he's on his way to greatness.

In Other News...

Australian Cricket Player Dies After Being Hit by BallPhillip Hughes dies just days before his 26th birthday after being struck in the neck in a freak accident.

Poll

PollWho is a greater threat to Israel?

Recipes

Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukah approaches.

History in Pictures

Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.