Kislev 17, 5776 / Sunday, November 29, 2015
Terror in the capital

Stabbing in Jerusalem, Border policeman injured

Stabbing at Damascus Gate, on same street as previous stabbings; terrorist eliminated.
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Defense/Security, 8:01 AM

Israel shuts down Hevron radio station over incitement

Third radio station this month shuttered in ongoing war against Palestinian incitement campaign.
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Defense/Security, 7:46 AM

623 wounded in 2015 considered disabled IDF veterans

Defense Ministry releases statistics to mark Appreciation Day for wounded soldiers and terror victims; President to hold official ceremony.
(Photo:Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
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Global Agenda, 8:32 AM

Big winner in Russia-Turkey crisis? Israel

According to Prof. Ze'ev Hanin, Russian sanctions against Turkey signal start of cold war - but could also spell economic reward for Israel.
(Photo: Reuters)
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Middle East, 6:38 AM

Nasrallah sends condolences to family of Palestinian terrorist

Hezbollah leader phones family of teen terrorist who was run over in Samaria, calls her a "shahid".
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Middle East

UAE: Israeli mission doesn't reflect change in our policy

UAE stresses that Israeli diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi will be solely connected to UN's renewable energy agency.
(Photo:Mohammed Al-Ostaz/Flash 90)
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