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Elul 16, 5775 / Monday, August 31, 2015

Intifada? Netanyahu Offers 'Vehicle Protection'

Prime Minister acknowledges surging terror wave but offers little more than passive defensive measures.
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Inside Israel, 1:27 PM

Ashkelon: Mayor, Parents Protest Against Leftist Principal

Parents at School of Arts threaten to keep their children home after appointment of principal who opposed IDF service in Judea and Samaria.
(Photo:Screenshot, Channel 20)
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Defense/Security, 10:29 AM

Israel Could Stop Nabi Salah Riots, But it Doesn't - Why?

Video of soldier being attacked at Nabi Salah raises many questions - including how an illegal violent demo has been tolerated for 5 years.
(Photo: STR/Flash 90)
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Defense/Security, 11:40 AM

Druze Ex-MK Headed for Jail for Meeting Terror Chief in Syria

Said Nafaa sentenced to 12 months for contact with a foreign agent in an illegal trip to Syria that included a meeting with a PFLP official.
(Photo: Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 11:02 AM

Was This the Temple Era 'Stone of Claims'?

A unique stepped structure has been exposed on the street ascending from the Siloam Pool to the Temple Mount.
(Photo:Shai Halevy, courtesy IAA.)
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US & Canada

Republican Senators: Filibuster on Iran Would Be a 'Gift'

'Democrats will be setting themselves up for a political hit' if they deny Congress the opportunity vote on Iran deal.
(Photo:Reuters)
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Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.

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History in Pictures

Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.