News Briefs

Kislev 6, 5775 / Friday, November 28, 2014

Report: Netanyahu May Dissolve the Knesset

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu continuing to seriously consider calling early elections in the wake of ongoing coalition troubles.
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Inside Israel, 7:54 AM

Defense Minister Admits to Discrimination Against Jews

MK Struk slams Ya'alon over bevy of unjust practices in Judea-Samaria favoring illegal Arab activity, changing facts on the ground.
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Global Agenda, 8:02 AM

France Readies to Vote on 'Palestine' Recognition

Non-binding resolution to follow similar moves by EU member states Sweden, Spain; French MPs say it will help 'resolve the conflict.'
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Inside Israel, 8:52 AM

Former Minister's New Party Gearing Up for Elections

Kahlon, who broke ways with Likud, slams leadership for 'chasing headlines,' holds meeting to prepare for likely early elections.
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Middle East, 5:14 AM

Iran's Supreme Leader: Israel Becomes More Insecure Day By Day

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says he backs extended nuclear talks with world powers, takes advantage of the opportunity to threaten Israel.
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Inside Israel

Presidents Past and Present Attack Jewish State Law

Former President Peres and current President Rivlin criticize Jewish State Law and PM Netanyahu in speeches at Ben Gurion memorial.
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Daily Israel Report


Daily Israel Report


Nationalist Ex-MK's Nephew Astounds with Debut Single Hanan Ben-Ari is not just the relative of a famous nationalist leader - new single from his debut album shows he's on his way to greatness.

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Australian Cricket Player Dies After Being Hit by BallPhillip Hughes dies just days before his 26th birthday after being struck in the neck in a freak accident.


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Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukah approaches.

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.