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Elul 17, 5775 / Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Baklava diplomacy

Israeli-Palestinian Faceoff - on a Welsh Mountain?

When a group of intrepid Israel activists got wind of a pro-terror charity fundraiser, they decided to act. What happened next was surreal.
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Global Agenda, 5:53 PM

Fanta Erases Israel From Map

Want a Fanta? Not in Israel: for the second time, Fanta website spotted listing 'Palestinian territories' - but not Israel.
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Middle East, 6:49 PM

Report: Palestinian Terrorist Committed ISIS Suicide Bombing

In what appears to be the first suicide bombing committed by a Palestinian terrorist for ISIS, two Iraqi generals were killed.
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Europe, 7:10 PM

Polish Military Begins Search for Fabled Nazi 'Gold Train'

As treasure hunters swam southwestern Poland looking for Nazi loot, Polish Defense Ministry sends army on same mission.
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Inside Israel, 6:07 PM

Netflix Coming to Israel But Under Whose Watch?

Entry of world's largest streaming service into Israeli market could prove serious threat to Yes and Hot cable providers.
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Jewish World

Three Chabad Campus Rabbis Have Led 100 Birthright Trips

The US-based rabbis, who are all in their 50’s, have led 28, 32, and 40+ Mayanot Birthright trips since 1999.
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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.