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Kislev 30, 5775 / Monday, December 22, 2014

Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty For Anti-Semitic Killer

Kansas prosecutors announce intention to seek the death penalty against Frazier Glenn Miller, after a judge ruled him competent for trial.
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Inside Israel, 5:40 PM

Temple Mount Org.: Jordanian Cleric's Support a Positive Step

Temple Institute head Rabbi Chaim Richman says Muslim cleric's 'bold' support for Jewish prayer rights on Mount is 'extremely positive.'
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Inside Israel, 4:46 PM

Eight Palestinians Charged with Incitement Against Jews

Eight residents of eastern Jerusalem, arrested last week, have been charged with inciting terror attacks and violence against Jews.
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Inside Israel, 6:04 PM

Fatah Official: Yafo, Haifa, Acco, and Nazareth are Ours

In a recent Lebanese television appearance, Fatah official Tawfiq Tirawi claimed several Israeli cities as belonging to 'Palestine.'
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Defense/Security, 5:04 PM

Journalists Arrested for Attempt to Enter PA, Provoke IDF

Well-known journalists arrested for lashing out at IDF, attempting to cross into Area A without permission.
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Inside Israel

Neturei Karta Campaign: Hareidi Soldiers Modern-Day Hellenists

Poster featuring hareidi soldiers depicted as Ancient Greeks, chasing hareidi children warns against 'Hellenists of today.'
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In Time for Hanukkah: 'A New Light' New single by Mati Shriki pays a fitting tribute to the festival of light.

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Young Boy Calls Jews 'Barbaric Apes' on Hamas TV In a children's television program, a young boy reads the poem 'I Do Not Fear the Gun' as a message to 'the enemy.'

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The American Colony Founds a Photography Dep'tThe American Colony founders were not missionaries, but wished to live a simple life and help others.