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Elul 18, 5775 / Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Abbas and Fatah Encourage 'Religious War' over Temple Mount

Palestinian Authority, Fatah and Mahmoud Abbas himself actively calling on Palestinians to engaged in religious war, watchdog reveals.
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US & Canada, 5:32 PM

Obama Clinches Congress Support for Iran Deal

Maryland Senator becomes latest member of congress to back White House, granting Obama the votes he needs to veto opposition.
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Middle East, 6:48 PM

John Kerry: 'Iran Agreement is Based on Proof, Not Trust'

US Secretary of State currently speaking in Philadelphia: 'The standard we will hold can be summed up in two words: no tolerance.'
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Middle East, 6:48 PM

Iran Unveils '100 Derogative Ways to Describe America' Display

Basij state militia stages burns US, Israeli, UK flags outside former US embassy in Tehran at govt-sponsored anti-US hatefest.
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Europe, 6:27 PM

Norwegian Bank Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Stamp

Norway's largest bank admits system failure in allowing grossly anti-Semitic imagery to appear on stamp; image removed from database.
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Rabbi Nachman's 'Breslov Movie' Comes to Tel Aviv

Director hopes 'Stories of Rebbe Nachman' will take Israel's white city by storm - and help him come full circle.
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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.