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Tishrei 21, 5776 / Sunday, October 04, 2015
Defiance through prayer

Watch: Worshipers, Visitors Not Deterred by Jerusalem Violence

Jewish worshipers at the Kotel this morning tell Arutz Sheva why last night's terrorist attacks only strengthened their resolve to come.
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Inside Israel, 12:10 PM

Hundreds Attend Funeral for Jerusalem Stabbing Victim

Funeral for Rabbi Nehemia Lavi, 41, to begin at 12:00 pm at Har HaMenuchot.
(Photo:Yaakov Yivrov)
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Defense/Security, 10:51 AM

Dramatic Footage: Police Eliminate Knife-Wielding Terrorist

Video shows moments second Arab terrorist struck Saturday night; police quickly arrive and shoot him dead.
(Photo: Flash 90)
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Jewish World, 10:13 AM

Thousands Defiantly Attend Early Morning Service at Kotel

No fear: Despite Arab violence Israeli Jews flock to Western Wall to pray traditional morning service at dawn on the final day of Sukkot.
(Photo:Yoni Kempinski)
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Middle East, 12:04 PM

Report: Jordan Could Withdraw Ambassador again over Temple Mount

Amman may recall its ambassador yet again to 'stop Israeli attacks on Al-Aqsa,' Jordanian officials insist.
(Photo: Mark Neyman (GPO))
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Watch: Police Arrest Jerusalem Stabber's Father

Security forces raid home of Palestinian terrorist responsible for 2nd attack in one night; father taken away for questioning.
(Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90)
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