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Tammuz 16, 5775 / Friday, July 03, 2015

UNHRC 'Doesn't Care About Israeli Human Rights'

Controversial Gaza war report passes with key EU states voting in favor; Israeli officials slam Council as 'detached from reality.'
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Defense/Security, 5:11 PM

Rocket from Egypt Hits Southern Israel

Rocket fired by jihadists in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula explodes in southern Israel; residents forced into bomb shelters.
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Middle East, 4:54 PM

Hamas Rejects Claims it's Working with ISIS as 'Propaganda'

Islamist terror group dismisses claims by Israel that it helped ISIS carry out deadly Sinai attacks.
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Defense/Security, 2:12 PM

Right Defends IDF Commander After Terror Incident

MKs quote the Torah directive to kill a pursuer after IDF commander is forced to shoot rock thrower dead.
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Middle East, 3:20 PM

Rebels Launch Offensive to Capture Syria's Largest City

New Islamist alliance 'Ansar al-Sharia,' which includes Al Qaeda's Nusra Front, seeks key victory as regime struggles to hold positions.
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Middle East

Watch: Why Does Ramadan Inspire More Terror?

Middle East expert Dr. Mordechai Kedar explains why the month-long fast 'adds to the religious adrenaline' of terrorism worldwide.
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