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Elul 19, 5775 / Thursday, September 03, 2015

Khamenei: No Deal Unless All Sanctions Lifted

Iranian Supreme Leader says he wants Iran's parliament to vote on nuclear deal, warns if all sanctions not lifted Iran won't agree.
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Global Agenda, 5:17 PM

Fixed: Fanta Website Puts Israel Back on Map

Israel reappears among the list of Eurasian countries carrying the beverage on the Fanta homepage following Arutz Sheva news report.
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US & Canada, 4:38 PM

Israeli NGO Threatens General Electric with Lawsuit Over BDS

General Electric union accuses Israel of 'ethnic cleansing', supports boycott - and lawfare group Shurat Hadin threatens action.
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Inside Israel, 4:55 PM

Journalists Livid over Law Forbidding Media Bias

Public Broadcast Law passed overnight includes section that forbids being one-sided or interjecting personal views.
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Inside Israel, 4:16 PM

Sodastream CEO Slams BDS For Harming Palestinian Rights

CEO Daniel Birnbaum lashes out after moving company's factory to the Negev. 'It's politics, it's hate... it's all the bad stuff.'
(Photo:Nati Shohat/Flash90)
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10 Questions on the Iran Deal

As Obama moves towards victory, how much do you know about the nuclear deal with Iran?
(Photo: Reuters)
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