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Tammuz 16, 5775 / Friday, July 03, 2015

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, 2:30 PM

Hamas Claims it Has Achieved 'Deterrent Balance' With IDF

Hamas leaders say they have forced Israel into mutual inaction, while dismissing 'other roles' supporting jihadists in Sinai.
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Middle East, 2:50 PM

MK Vows to Keep Working Against Israel in Hamas Magazine

MK Jamal Zahalka accuses Israel of suppression for stopping anti-Israel 'freedom flotilla' earlier this week.
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Inside Israel, 1:54 PM

'MKs Shouldn't Need a Bloodbath to Ask for New Towns'

Judea-Samaria leader reveals hundreds of families ready to establish '10 communities in hours,' politicians now asking her to do so.
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Defense/Security, 1:07 PM

Hevron Jews Protest: Ya'alon is Helping the Terrorists

Protest outside Muslim prayers against IDF commander's decision to reopen Arab stores that were closed to prevent attacks.
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Middle East

Watch: Why Does Ramadan Inspire More Terror?

Prof. Mordechai Kedar explains why the month-long fast 'adds to the religious adrenaline' of terrorism worldwide.
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