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Tammuz 17, 5775 / Saturday, July 04, 2015

Clinton Hints to Donors: I'll be Better for Israel than Obama

Politico reveals that leading Democratic presidential candidate is telling wealthy Jewish donors she'll be more supportive of Israel.
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Defense/Security, 10:27 PM

ISIS in Sinai Claims Rocket Attack on Israel

Sinai Province group claims to have fired three rockets on "occupied Palestine".
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Middle East, 2:25 AM

Will Iran Nuclear Talks be Extended Again?

American official says it's "conceivable" talks with Iran could be extended past Tuesday if negotiators are on the verge of an agreement.
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Inside Israel, 8:28 PM

Netanyahu: The UNHRC Isn't Interested in the Facts

Prime Minister Netanyahu blasts UNHRC's decision to endorse "war crimes" report against Israel.
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Middle East, 3:20 PM

Rebels Launch Offensive to Capture Syria's Largest City

New Islamist alliance 'Ansar al-Sharia,' which includes Al Qaeda's Nusra Front, seeks key victory as regime struggles to hold positions.
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Inside Israel

MK Vows to Keep Working Against Israel in Hamas Magazine

MK Jamal Zahalka accuses Israel of suppression for stopping anti-Israel 'freedom flotilla' earlier this week.
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