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Tishrei 28, 5775 / Wednesday, October 22, 2014
'Silent intifada' continues

Breaking: Terrorist Runs Over Pedestrians in Jerusalem

Arab driver allegedly attempted to run over pedestrians leaving light rail; three injured - two critically.
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Global Agenda, 6:12 PM

Breaking: Shooting Erupts in Canadian Parliament

Parliament in lockdown after shots fired - less than two days after ISIS-related incident near Montreal.
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Jewish World, 4:37 PM

Jewish Leader Indicted For Calling Dieudonne 'Anti-Semite'

Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala has 10 convictions of incitement - but a French Jewish leader is being indicted for calling him out on it.
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Defense/Security, 5:06 PM

Details Emerge on 'Comprehensive Plan' to Make Jerusalem Safer

Police staff, special forces to work together to quell the capital's 'silent intifada,' Jerusalem Police Cmmdr. reveals.
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Defense/Security, 5:58 PM

IDF to Compensate Reservists for Protective Edge

Soldiers to receive up to 15,000 shekels for their time at the front; additional solutions being sought for the self-employed.
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Inside Israel

Some 300,000 in Israel to Head Off to College

With college and university sessions starting up again next week, a report full of statistics on higher education in Israel was released.
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Music

Beach Boys Cancel Israel ConcertThe Beach Boys call off a concert that was scheduled for November 29 in Tel Aviv.

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Mystery of Lapid's Beard DispelledSecularist Finance Minister Yair Lapid created a stir when he grew a beard. His bureau says he's not becoming religious, however.

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PollShould the West intervene militarily to stop ISIS?

Recipes

Lentil and Yam SoupIt's starting to get chilly at night in Israel, so this hits the spot.

History in Pictures

The Hardships of Aliya in the 30'sIn the '30s it wasn't only living in Israel that was hard; just getting to the Holy Land was fraught with danger.