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Kislev 5, 5775 / Thursday, November 27, 2014
Major terror cell busted

Major Hamas Plot to Attack Jerusalem's Teddy Stadium Thwarted

Security forces announce they broke up an extensive Hamas cell plotting a range of attacks against targets in Israel and abroad.
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Inside Israel, 2:16 PM

Palestinian Media Calls Har Nof Terrorists 'Victims'

Palestinian Authority Television refers to Har Nof and other recent terrorists as 'martyrs' and 'victims of Israeli attacks.'
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Inside Israel, 1:48 PM

Yad L'achim Breaks Up Missionary 'Attack' in Central TA

Quick action by Yad L'achim activists broke up an attempt to recruit Jews to missionary-sponsored religious cults in the heart of Tel Aviv.
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Inside Israel, 2:48 PM

Senegalese Imams Visit Yad Vashem

Delegation of Senegalese religious leader visit Israel to strengthen diplomatic ties. Make an important stop at Yad Vashem.
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Jewish World, 2:42 PM

Seminary Chancellor 'Alarmed' by 'Jewish State Law'

After a week of intense criticism and defense, JTS's chancellor throws his voice into 'Jewish State Law' debate - 'alarmed' by the law.
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Inside Israel

Report: Israel Much More 'Lawyered Up' Than EU

For many Israeli mothers, “my son the lawyer” is a dream come true, as Israel boasts four times more lawyers than EU states.
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Music

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.

In Other News...

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.

Poll

PollWho is a greater threat to Israel?

Recipes

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.