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Sivan 10, 5775 / Thursday, May 28, 2015

Ashkelon Comes Under Missionary Flier Attack

Postal workers face management, refusing to distribute missionary fliers being mailed - possibly against the law - to make Jews convert.
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Inside Israel, 4:44 PM

Minister Katz: Striking Dock Workers Will be Arrested

Transportation minister lashes out at port workers over their sudden strike ignoring court, warns they are 'sabotaging economy.'
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Global Agenda, 2:46 PM

French FM Will Visit to Prompt New Israel-PA Talks

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius is set to visit Israel next month, with a new plan to get Israel and the PA talking.
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Global Agenda, 2:01 PM

Report: N. Koreans Visited Iran Nuke Facilities in April

Members of an Iranian opposition group said a delegation of North Korean nuclear experts visited Iranian nuclear installations.
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Inside Israel, 2:57 PM

Edelstein Tells Knesset Parties to Get Their Acts Together

All party heads must inform Knesset Speaker without delay who of their party members will be serving in various Knesset committees.
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Jewish World

Bnei Akiva Is 'The Greatest Matchmaker'

Head of the Bnei Akiva Yeshivas Center, Rabbi Haim Druckman, will be honored as the movement celebrates 85th anniversary.
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Al Pacino Backs Out of Play Written By Hitler SupporterPacino 'couldn't come to terms' with Norwegian author Knut Hamsen's support of Nazism, and withdrew from stage adaptation of his novel.

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Melt in the Mouth: Rose CookiesYou won't be able to stop at just one of these moreish cookies!

History in Pictures

Ottoman Archives Posts More Rare Photos of the Holy Land Never published photos released from unique archive.

Technology

Too Late for Moses: New Israeli App for Stutterers Haifa-based startup has picked up a handful of innovation awards and has sparked interest from around the globe.