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Elul 17, 5775 / Tuesday, September 01, 2015

One Wounded After Terrorists Open Fire at Soldiers in Jenin

Counterterrorism fighter moderately wounded as terrorists open fire towards security forces during an arrest operation in Jenin.
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US & Canada, 9:22 PM

Madeleine Albright Supports Iran Deal as 'Opportunity'

'It is dangerous not to pursue dialogue,' former Secretary of State argues ahead of Congressional vote.
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Jewish World, 7:34 PM

Holocaust Denier to Lead Death Camp Tours

Infamous denier David Irving to tour four camps, encourage audiences to 'make up their minds' about the horrors.
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Defense/Security, 9:59 PM

IDF Runs Terror Drill in Northern Samaria

Complex shooting incident staged to train soldiers to know what to do in 'lone wolf' attacks. Commander: we need constant vigilance.
(Photo:IDF Spokesperson's Office)
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Middle East, 10:50 PM

Taliban Admits Publicly to Covering Up Leader's Death

Mullah Mohammed Omar has been dead since 2013, but the group kept a facade to attract more terrorists in the face of NATO forces.
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Inside Israel

Pres. Rivlin Cited for "Soft-Left" Speech to Foreign Diplomats

In pre-Rosh HaShanah greetings to diplomats from 100 countries, Rivlin says Israel – not enemies – can make 'painful concessions.'
(Photo:Mark Neyman (GPO))
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Watch: Brother of Slain Youth Sings About His Pain Meir Rosenfeld, who lost his brother Malachi in a terror attack in July takes his feelings on stage, in original, stirring music.

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Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.