News Briefs

Tammuz 15, 5775 / Thursday, July 02, 2015

Video Reveals the True Face of the Flotilla

Channel 2 crew documents how Arab MK boarded after meeting senior Hamas leader, exposes verbal confrontation with the IDF.
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US & Canada, 8:08 AM

Boston U Makes Pro-Hamas Workshop a Requirement

BU adopts biased program that forces Jewish students to empathize with terrorists into its School of Education.
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US & Canada, 6:14 AM

Obama Hails Embassy in Cuba as 'Historic Step Forward'

President Obama formally announces that the United States and Cuba have agreed to open embassies in the other’s capitals.
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Middle East, 5:43 AM

Egypt Passes Anti-Terror Law Hours after Sinai Attack

Egypt's government adopts law which stipulates harsher punishments to those convicted of terrorism.
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Middle East, 5:12 AM

Kerry: Difficult Issues Remain in Nuclear Talks

Secretary of State tells reporters that progress is being made in talks with Iran, though several difficult issues remain unresolved.
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Middle East

UNESCO Head Warns Against 'Culture Cleansing' of Jihadists

UNESCO chief Irina Bokova calls for a campaign against ISIS "culture cleansing".
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