News Briefs

Kislev 29, 5775 / Sunday, December 21, 2014

New Poll: Likud Stronger, But Right Weaker

Expect changes – lots of them – in the opinion polls during the run-up to the elections, says pollster Professor Avi Degani.
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Inside Israel, 4:25 PM

MK Hanin Zoabi's Office Broken Into, Computers Stolen

Balad party MK says she suspects more than simple criminal intent in break-in Sunday.
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Middle East, 6:10 PM

ISIS Holds 'Surprise' Public Amputation for Convicted Thief

The Islamic State (IS) has recently begun instituting Shari'a Islamic law as the law of the land - in its full and literal sense.
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Global Agenda, 5:29 PM

Al-Qaeda 'Pot' Calls Taliban 'Kettle' Black Over Massacre

Al-Qaeda killed thousands in its attack on the World Trade Center, but their 'hearts bled' over last week's Pakistan massacre.
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Global Agenda, 3:57 PM

France Ups Security for Police Amid Fears of Jihadi Attacks

Worries over additional 'lone wolf' attacks inspired by Islamic State group after Muslim convert stabs three police.
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Inside Israel

Govt. Approves 20,500 'Price Target' Apartments

The government's 'price target' plan to lower the cost of apartments for first-time homebuyers kicks in on Monday.
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Music

In Time for Hanukkah: 'A New Light' New single by Mati Shriki pays a fitting tribute to the festival of light.

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Young Boy Calls Jews 'Barbaric Apes' on Hamas TV In a children's television program, a young boy reads the poem 'I Do Not Fear the Gun' as a message to 'the enemy.'

Poll

PollWho is a greater threat to Israel?

Recipes

Gluten Free LatkesFor those who cannot digest gluten or wish a tasty, different latke.

History in Pictures

The American Colony Founds a Photography Dep'tThe American Colony founders were not missionaries, but wished to live a simple life and help others.