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Tammuz 18, 5775 / Sunday, July 05, 2015

'My Son Just Wanted to Play Basketball'

President Reuven Rivlin pays condolence call to family of murdered Israeli Malachi Rosenfeld, hears of a caring, gifted young soul.
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Inside Israel, 5:46 PM

Bill on Foster Care Favors Uncles, Grandparents

Bill approved by gov't committee would encourage handing over children to relatives instead of other families.
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Global Agenda, 4:41 PM

US Expert: Hamas, not Israel, Killed Boys on Beach in Gaza War

A year after Protective Edge, which Israel won militarily but lost PR-wise, evidence surfaces of a particularly cynical Hamas stunt.
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Inside Israel, 4:55 PM

Journalist 'Warned Police Commander Might Kill Himself'

Journalist who led the investigative assault on Efraim Bracha, says top cop was about to be summoned for interrogation.
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Defense/Security, 4:06 PM

Radical Sheikh Worried ISIS Will Get Stronger, Beat Hamas

Inciting Islamist Sheikh Ra'ed Salah has found a new worry, and target – ISIS, which has threatened to unseat Hamas and take over Gaza.
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Inside Israel

Murdered, But Far From Forgotten

One year since the establishment of Oz veGaon Nature Preserve in memory of murdered teens, leaders address moving ceremony.
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Music & Entertainment

Watch: Moving Concert in Memory of the 'King of Cantors' 90 cantors and 90 musicians fill Jerusalem's Mount of Olives with beautiful music in honor of Yossele Rosenblatt.

Focus on the Jewish Family‏

School's Out! Make Sure Your Child isn't At Risk How a simple talk can stop your child falling prey to addiction, sexual abuse.

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Teriyaki-Style ChickenAuthentic ingredients (no ketchup allowed!) make this one tasty meal.

History in Pictures

Mystery Picture: A Fountain Found and a Windmill DisappearsOne would think the Turks had Photoshop from comparing the pictures in this article.

Technology

Not Sci-Fi: Israeli Tech Making Your World 'One Big Touchscreen' It looks like something out of a science fiction movie - but thanks to Israeli technology 'The Bird' could soon change our reality.