News Briefs

Kislev 1, 5775 / Sunday, November 23, 2014

The Terrorist Looked at Me and Said 'Get Out of Here!'

Rabbi Shmuel Goldstein describes his 'miraculous' escape from the brutal massacre at Har Nof synagogue - after tackling a terrorist.
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Inside Israel, 4:55 PM

Bennett: Jewish State Law Saves Southern Tel Aviv

Jewish Home chairman says High Court will now have to assist the neighborhoods flooded by foreign workers. Livni: bill 'ruins the country.'
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Inside Israel, 4:25 PM

Druze Policeman's Sacrifice Cements 'A Covenant of Brotherhood'

Hareidi MK Meir Porush visits family of Druze police officer Zidan Seif, who gave his life defending Har Nof syangogue.
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Middle East, 5:01 PM

Arab League to Hold 'Extraordinary Meeting' on Israel Tensions

Arab League to discuss violence in Jerusalem, Palestinian Authority bid for membership in UN agencies, in the presence of PA's Abbas.
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Inside Israel, 3:01 PM

Islamic State Graffiti Found on Memorial for IDF Druze Soldiers

Police are investigating several incidents of pro-ISIS graffiti drawn in Druze villages Daliyat al-Karmel and Isfiya, near Haifa.
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Inside Israel

'Jewish State' Law Passes Cabinet Vote

Controversial bill passed after right-wing, left-wing ministers clash.
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Music

Discrimination Against Kinderlach Band in GermanyGerman event managers for Sheba fundraiser ask boy band not to perform because members live in Judea and Samaria. Creative solution found.

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Watch: What's More Offensive, the Israeli Flag or the ISIS Flag? Filmmaker Ami Horowitz visited the University of California at Berkeley in order to find out which flag angers students more.

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Lettuce Salad with Roasted PeppersIf you like salads, you will love this.

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.