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Kislev 30, 5775 / Monday, December 22, 2014
Covering up terror?

Police Admit Arab Stabbing of Jew in Jerusalem was Terror Attack

After claiming 'mutual provocation,' cops finally admit youth wounded in Arab ambush is terror victim. Lawyer: 'stop covering up terrorism.'
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Defense/Security, 11:26 AM

Palestinians, Leftists Uproot Israeli Olive Grove

Residents of Elon Moreh say IDF did nothing to stop some 200 Arab and left-wing extremists from destroying Jewish-owned orchard.
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Inside Israel, 11:04 AM

Thanking the Soldiers in Hevron on Hanukkah

Residents and regional head thank 'heroic soldiers' who defend them in moving Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony - and throughout the year.
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Middle East, 10:24 AM

Muslim Scholar Calls for Jewish Place of Worship on Temple Mount

Jordanian Salafi cleric makes surprising ruling, notes Jewish presence pre-Islam and says 'Israelites' should thus be given a right to pray.
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Global Agenda, 11:05 AM

Pakistani Appeal on Mumbai Mastermind Bail Delayed

Pakistani government prosecutor has not been able to submit appeal on bail of terrorist - because he hasn't obtained the bail order.
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Inside Israel

Police Searching for Two Special Needs Girls

Police and volunteers are struggling to find traces of two at risk girls who have been missing since last night, one seen in Tel Aviv.
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