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Kislev 29, 5775 / Sunday, December 21, 2014

Ya'alon: Livni-Herzog Govt. Would Turn Judea-Samaria to Hamastan

Ya'alon slams Livni for asking for Kerry to veto PA UN bid to help Israeli Left in elections, views Hamas responsible for rocket attack.
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Inside Israel, 2:53 PM

Prize Ctee. Member Resigns After Blood Libel Poet Selected Again

Award removed from radical poet amid protest, rape charges - committee decides to return prize, forcing judge who opposed at start to leave.
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Middle East, 1:45 PM

Abbas Threatens 'Palestinian People Will Explode'

Abbas claims he doesn't incite terror, fights Israel diplomatically - then threatens terror and end of security co-op if 'hope' is lost.
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Young Boy Calls Jews 'Barbaric Apes' on Hamas TV

In a children's television program, a young boy reads the poem 'I Do Not Fear the Gun' as a message to 'the enemy.'
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News from America, 2:34 PM

Obama Signs US-Israel Strategic Partnership Act Into Law

After unanimous votes to approve the legislation in Congress, Obama signs bill that will strengthen the US-Israel alliance.
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Texas Plumber Has 'No Idea' How His Truck Ended Up With ISIS

Mark Oberholtzer receives death threats after jihadis post picture of his truck being used as anti-aircraft battery in Syria.
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Music

In Time for Hanukkah: 'A New Light' New single by Mati Shriki pays a fitting tribute to the festival of light.

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Young Boy Calls Jews 'Barbaric Apes' on Hamas TV In a children's television program, a young boy reads the poem 'I Do Not Fear the Gun' as a message to 'the enemy.'

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Recipes

Oatmeal LatkesA healthier substitute for the potato variety, as Hanukah approaches.

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.