News Briefs

Kislev 1, 5775 / Sunday, November 23, 2014

Interior Ministry Revokes Terrorist's Permanent Residency

Interior Minister Gilad Erdan revokes permanent Jerusalem residency status of the driver for 2001 Dolphinarium attacks.
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Inside Israel, 9:27 AM

Ashkelon Mayor Backtracks on Arab Worker 'Ban'

Residents support Shimoni citing security for their children; claims he never planned to fire Arabs, just have them work after school hours.
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Defense/Security, 10:19 AM

Suspected 'Price Tag' Revenge Attack Near Ramallah

According to reports, extremists knocked on door before pouring lighter fluid and setting Palestinian house on fire.
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Defense/Security, 9:07 AM

New 'Trend'? Another Jerusalem Synagogue Targeted

Nof Tzion synagogue the frequent site of fireworks attacks, a resident tells Arutz Sheva. Has the Har Nof massacre started a trend?
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Jewish World, 8:14 AM

Four Year-Old Boy Attacked in New Zealand for Wearing Yarmulke

Boy smacked by grown man, who fled the scene laughing, after being identified as Jewish; Auckland officials vow to stop hate crime.
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Global Agenda

Fatah: We Will Turn to UN by November 29

Despite pressure from the US, Fatah officials claim they will approach the UN about recognition of a Palestinian state by end of this week.
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Music

Discrimination Against Kinderlach Band in GermanyGerman event managers for Sheba fundraiser ask boy band not to perform because members live in Judea and Samaria. Creative solution found.

In Other News...

Watch: What's More Offensive, the Israeli Flag or the ISIS Flag? Filmmaker Ami Horowitz visited the University of California at Berkeley in order to find out which flag angers students more.

Poll

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Recipes

Lettuce Salad with Roasted PeppersIf you like salads, you will love this.

History in Pictures

Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.