News Briefs

Cheshvan 6, 5775 / Thursday, October 30, 2014

Rivlin: Terrorism Must be Rooted Out of Jerusalem

President Reuven Rivlin calls for calm, stresses that Israel would persevere after the attempted murder of Yehuda Glick.
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Defense/Security, 2:54 PM

Four Arrested at Jewish Protest Outside Temple Mount

Nationalists climb fence, run toward Judaism's holiest site after attack on Temple Mount activist sparks outrage.
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Inside Israel, 3:02 PM

'Gov't Inaction Paved the Way' for Jerusalem Shooting

Temple Institute condemns shooting of former director Yehuda Glick, says authorities' inaction over Temple Mount violence to blame.
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Defense/Security, 2:01 PM

Slomiansky: Shame on Employers Who Hire Terrorists

MK Nissan Slomiansky said he would propose a bill making it illegal to employ convicted terrorists, like the shooter of Yehuda Glick.
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Defense/Security, 1:03 PM

Doctors Say Yehuda Glick's Life Still in Danger

Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick's condition stable, but his situation is still dangerous – even precarious, doctors say.
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Inside Israel

Netanyahu Slams International 'Hypocrisy' over Glick Shooting

PM calls out world silence over Abbas's incitement; orders police reinforcements but says Temple Mount status-quo to remain
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Music

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.

Poll

PollShould the West intervene militarily to stop ISIS?

Recipes

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.