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Elul 17, 5775 / Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Top Iranian Cleric: US Still Iran's 'Number One Enemy'

Iran's top religious body rules that despite nuclear deal reached with world powers, America is still Islamic Republic's sworn enemy.
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Inside Israel, 11:44 AM

Matisyahu to Perform this Week in Jerusalem

Fresh from facing down BDS haters in Spain, Jewish reggae star will be final act at Jerusalem Sacred Music festival, organizers announce.
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Inside Israel, 12:42 PM

Netanyahu Tells First Graders: Be Zionists, Play Soccer

School year opens: prime minister doles out advice to pupils and President Rivlin reminisces about his first grade teacher Hava.
(Photo: Mark Neiman, GPO)
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Defense/Security, 11:25 AM

IDF Warrior Wounded in Jenin Regains Consciousness

Yamam special forces warrior is in stable condition and recovering after being operated on. Yaalon confirms: it was friendly fire.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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Europe, 12:13 PM

UK Pro-Israel Orgs Kvelling over New Ambassador

Confirmation of Prime Minister's spokesman Mark Regev's as Ambassador to London has activists enthused.
(Photo:Miriam Alster/Flash 90)
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Jewish World

2015 Rosh Hashanah Gift Guide: Israeli Artists Showcase

This Rosh Hashana, support Israel and discover some of the country's most talented judaica artists.
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