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Kislev 2, 5775 / Monday, November 24, 2014
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Yehuda Glick to be Discharged from Hospital Today

Temple Mount prayer rights activist to be released from hospital after miraculous recovery, nearly a month after being shot 4 times.
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Inside Israel, 9:49 AM

Peres: My Grandfather Was Also Murdered Wrapped in His Tallit

Former president visits families of Jewish victims murdered in synagogue, calls for a 'better relation of brotherhood' among mankind.
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Inside Israel, 8:59 AM

Bill Aims to Prevent the Return of Terrorists' Bodies

MK Danon presents law to stop lavish funerals 'turning terrorists into heroes,' and to actually demolish terrorists' homes.
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Inside Israel, 9:40 AM

Poll: 68% of Israeli Arabs Oppose Terror

Survey reveals interesting insight into stance of Israeli Arabs on a number of issues; 77% prefer to live under Israeli rule than the PA.
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Inside Israel, 7:53 AM

Wednesday's Vote Set to Derail Coalition

Tzipi Livni vows to fight the Jewish State bill and may vote against it – forcing Netanyahu to fire her. Yair Lapid has vowed to vote 'nay.'
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Inside Israel

Finance Committee Head: 'Israel Funds PA Terrorism'

Slomiansky reveals how Israeli funds continue to reach terrorists despite staggering PA debt, and what he intends to do about it.
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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.

In Other News...

Venezuelan MP Claims: The Zionists Financed Hitler In a recent interview, Venezuelan MP Adel Al-Sughayar said that Hitler's main financiers had been the Zionists.


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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.