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Nisan 12, 5775 / Wednesday, April 01, 2015

New Likud MK's War Against Anti-IDF NGO 'Breaking the Silence'

Oren Hazan created a cover story and fed radical leftist group falsehoods to prove how it uses uncorroborated lies to attack IDF.
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Jewish World, 1:13 PM

Scrapping the Ban on Kitniot? Not So Fast!

Efrat Rabbi Zvi Leshem says that it is largely a lack of knowledge and confusion on the subject that is fueling people to drop the custom.
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News from America, 1:03 PM

Comic Trevor Noah Defends Jewish Jokes that 'Didn't Land'

Jon Stewart's replacement says jokes are 'not a true reflection of my character, nor my evolution as a comedian.'
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Inside Israel, 12:26 PM

Bibi Gets Punked on Facebook with 'Arab Education Minister' Post

Likud looking for legal recourse after fake Facebook page has Netanyahu appointing Ayman Odeh as education minister.
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Middle East, 12:25 PM

Turkey: Armed Men Seize Office of Erdogan's AKP Party

Two intruders burst into district office of AKP in Istanbul, day after prosecutor taken hostage and killed in the city.
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Whoops! President Obama Nearly Falls Out of Air Force One

Barack Obama narrowly avoids a potentially embarrassing - and painful - misstep after returning from a golfing trip in Florida.
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Whoops! President Obama Nearly Falls Out of Air Force One Barack Obama narrowly avoids a potentially embarrassing - and painful - misstep after returning from a golfing trip in Florida.

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From Homemade to Store-bought: The Evolving Passover DietPrevious generations would be amazed at the variety of foods that can be obtained and are stringently Kosher for Passover.

History in Pictures

WW100 - The Ottoman-German Attack on the Suez Canal -- 1915WWI battles in the Middle East preserved in photos by the armies of the waning Ottoman Empire.