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Cheshvan 1, 5775 / Saturday, October 25, 2014

Housing Minister Uri Ariel May Move to City of David

Jewish Home minister considering move to flashpoint neighborhood, challenging PM to uphold vow that Jews can live anywhere in the capital.
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News from America, 7:00 PM

Palestinian Teen Terrorist Was US Citizen

State Dept. urges 'calm' after revealing that 17 year-old shot dead after lobbing firebombs at Israeli civilians was an American citizen.
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Defense/Security, 7:25 PM

Police On High Alert Before Funerals of Palestinian Terrorists

Police 'ready for anything' before funerals of Jerusalem light rail terrorist, firebomber, set for Saturday night and Sunday.
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Inside Israel, 12:01 AM

Ya'alon Refused Meetings with Biden and Kerry

The Obama administration refused to allow Israel's Defense Minister to meet top officials during his visit to the United States.
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Inside Israel, 10:50 PM

Bennett, Livni Exchange 'Friendly' Banter on Land Concessions

Economy Minister and Justice Minister exchange some Facebook banter revolving around the topic of land concessions for peace.
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Inside Israel

Names of Nepal Crash Victims Cleared for Publication

Shira Dabush, 30, from Ramat Gan, and Omer Shemesh, 21, from Hod Hasharon, were killed in Friday's bus crash in Nepal.
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Music

Shlomo Cohen Releases New Music Clip The great Hassidic singer Shlomo Cohen with Ami Cohen's band presents the exciting video of song "Ana Amtzaha" (I Will Find You)

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You Don't See That Every Day: Lion Stopped at Iraqi Checkpoint Militiamen fighting ISIS stop vehicle at a checkpoint with an unlikely passenger.

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PollShould the West intervene militarily to stop ISIS?

Recipes

Lentil and Yam SoupIt's starting to get chilly at night in Israel, so this hits the spot.

History in Pictures

The Hardships of Aliya in the 30'sIn the '30s it wasn't only living in Israel that was hard; just getting to the Holy Land was fraught with danger.