News Briefs

Elul 15, 5775 / Sunday, August 30, 2015

Flights in Disarray as Ben Gurion Airport Strike Looms

Labor Court commutes strike to half hour, though many flights already pushed forward or delayed on one of Ben Gurion's busiest days.
Daily Israel Report
CurrenciesShabbat Times
Middle East, 6:05 AM

Khamenei Aide: Fighting the 'Zionist Regime' is Our Policy

Aide to Iran's Supreme Leader denies British Foreign Secretary's comments that Iran has changed its attitude towards Israel.
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US & Canada, 7:44 AM

Major US Industrial Union Joins BDS Movement

Citing Israel's 'history of violating human rights,' United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America votes to boycott Jewish state.
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Defense/Security, 4:43 AM

Arab Driver Tries to Run Over Soldiers Near Hevron

Arab driver tries to run over a group of soldiers at the Hakvasim junction on Mount Hevron. One soldier lightly injured.
(Photo:Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90)
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Inside Israel, 11:08 PM

Hamas Demands UN Secretary-General Resign for Believing Israel

Hamas spokesperson says he should resign for accepting 'false' Israeli narrative about kidnapped IDF soldier Hadar Goldin.
(Photo:Mohammed Othman/Flash 90)
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Shameful: IDF Soldier Abandoned to Arab Mob in Nabi Salah

Calls for emergency Knesset meeting after soldier filmed being beaten by Arab women and children; Liberman: Gov't shows weakness.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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