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Elul 20, 5775 / Friday, September 04, 2015

PM Will Kill 'No Media Bias' Law

Netanyahu opposes section in public broadcasting bill that would prevent journalists from opining on issues.
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Inside Israel, 11:51 AM

'There Will Be Blood in the Streets'

Nationalist journalist-actor goes viral with chilling warning regarding deteriorating security situation.
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Defense/Security, 1:25 PM

'Drive-By Shooting' Was an Exploding Tire

Security forces' investigation determined the report of a shooting was a false alarm.
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Jewish World, 1:07 PM

US Jews Wake Up: Muslim J-Street Head is 'Anti-Israel'

Two weeks after the election of a Muslim to head J-Street, more of her anti-Israel positions are coming to light.
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Jewish World, 11:44 AM

How to Combine Career and Religion

Maintaining a full-time career and Torah commitment doesn't need to be a struggle; Dean of Touro's Lander College explains how.
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Jewish World

Parshat Ki Tavo: G-d Almighty Runs the World

Parshat Ki Tavo: G-d Almighty assures the Children of Israel that they will overcome Amalek. By Joseph Frager, MD
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Rabbi Nachman's 'Breslov Movie' Comes to Tel Aviv Director hopes 'Stories of Rebbe Nachman' will take Israel's white city by storm - and help him come full circle.

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History in Pictures

Why Was a Nazi Flag Flying from a Jerusalem Hotel in the 1930s?Jaffa Gate was once too small for carriages and boasted a restaurant that later turned into a hotel down the road.

Technology

Haifa Team Takes Pride in New Intel Breakthrough Intel announced a new family of Israel developed microprocessors that it says will double the performance of computers.