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Sivan 10, 5775 / Thursday, May 28, 2015

Yechimovich: Elitism Brought Down the Left

Not Netanyahu, but divisive identity politics were responsible for Zionist Union's major failure in March elections, MK Yechimovich argues.
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Inside Israel, 11:26 AM

Bennett: I Will Represent Rabbi Riskin, if Needed

Education Minister Naftali Bennett slammed attempts to unseat Rabbi Shlomo Riskin as Efrat chief rabbi as 'unacceptable.'
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Defense/Security, 12:09 PM

Pipe Bomb Attacks Against Soldiers Continue

Terrorists threw two pipe bombs at IDF forces Wednesday night. There were no casualties among soldiers.
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Europe, 11:47 AM

Police Chief Asks UK Jews for Help to Stop Anti-Semitic Rally

If London Jewish community can find proof upcoming rally is anti-Semitic, authorities will shut it down, British police chief says.
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Inside Israel, 12:25 PM

Israel Railways on Strike Starting Sunday

Labor disputes with management of Israel Railways have prompted workers to announce strike set for Sunday and onward.
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Inside Israel

Lapid Bashes FIFA for 'Hypocritical' Vote on Israel

'Who is FIFA threatening to boycott? Not human rights violators Iran, Syria, or Saudi Arabia, but Israel,' Lapid lashes out on Facebook.
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Rock Star Refuses to Let Regev Speak on His StageVeteran musician Shalom Hanoch doesn't want politicians on stage before his show at the Israel Festival, including new Culture Minister.

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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.