News Briefs

Tishrei 21, 5776 / Sunday, October 04, 2015

Left: Netanyahu Not 'Tough Enough' on Terror

The youth group of the Zionist Camp protested outside the Prime Minister's Office, demanding a 'long-term solution' to terror.
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Jewish World, 5:40 PM

Chag Sameach from Israel! Updates Continue from North America

Simchat Torah and Shmini Atzeret begin in Israel. Arutz Sheva's North America desk will continue to update the site.
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Defense/Security, 4:06 PM

Arab Witnesses Laughed, Spat at Wounded Terror Victim

Widow of Aharon Banita-Bennett described the savagery of Arab passersby, who laughed as she fought death.
(Photo:Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
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Inside Israel, 3:16 PM

Second Jerusalem Stabbing Victim Laid to Rest

Rabbis and MKs, IDF attend funeral for Aharon Banita-Bennett, who was murdered Saturday night in Jerusalem.
(Photo:Courtesy of the Bennett family)
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Defense/Security, 5:13 PM

Terrorist Throws Firebomb at Rachel's Tomb; Officer Injured

A terrorist threw a firebomb at security forces at the Tomb of Rachel Sunday. A Border Guard officer was injured.
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Inside Israel

Online Video Pressures Netanyahu to Get Tough

An NGO formerly headed by Jewish Home's Bennett publishes scathing attack on Netanyahu over terror.
(Photo:Ya'akov Henrik)
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History in Pictures

The Sukkot Festival and Hoshana Rabba - 100+ Years AgoAussie at Kotel (we apologize for the quality of the photo), Sukkot in Samarkand, Jews at the Kotel in kittels on Hoshana Rabba.


Israeli Team Takes Top in Prestigious Global Science CompetitionBen-Gurion University team becomes first Israeli group to win first in Boston's iGEM, considered one of most important global competitions.