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Elul 19, 5775 / Thursday, September 03, 2015

EU Official Attacks Woman, Abuses Her as 'Dirty Jewess'

Witnesses at a cafe in Brussels say EU labor union head tried to choke woman while asserting 'Hitler should have exterminated all Jews.'
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Inside Israel, 9:34 AM

Naftali Bennett's Father, Jim, Passes Away at 73

Jim Bennett, an ardent Zionist who made aliyah after the Six-Day War in 1967, passes away after a long battle with an illness.
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US & Canada, 9:42 AM

PBS Journalist Slammed for 'Nasty' Anti-Bibi Tweet

Twitter users blast PBS journalist Gwen Ifill for writing 'Take that Bibi' after Obama secured necessary votes to ensure Iran nuclear deal.
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Inside Israel, 9:02 AM

Joint List Chair Hospitalized for Suspected Heart Attack

MK Ayman Odeh felt chest pains during a Knesset debate and was rushed to Hadassah Ein Kerem where he remains under observation.
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Global Agenda, 8:26 AM

Australian PM Slammed for Saying ISIS Worse than Nazis

Council of Australian Jewry blasts Abbott, says ISIS's horrific crimes 'cannot be compared to the systematic round-up of millions.'
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Global Agenda

Foreign Ministry: Beating Iran Deal Not a 'Lost Cause'

'We will continue to warn about the dangers of the Iran deal,' Dore Gold, the Director of Israel's Foreign Ministry asserts Thursday.
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