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Tammuz 14, 5775 / Wednesday, July 01, 2015
'A great miracle'

Moving: Soldier Who Survived Stabbing Prays at Kotel

Prayers of thanks and surprises by unit for officer released from hospital, who was critically wounded by Arab terrorist in Old City.
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Defense/Security, 7:43 PM

IDF Boosts Border Presence After Egypt Attacks

Kerem Shalom and Nitzana crossings closed, areas near Egypt cleared after ISIS-linked attacks kill 50 Egyptian soldiers.
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Europe, 7:23 PM

'British Schindler' Passes Away at 106

Sir Nicholas Winton saved hundreds of Jewish children in Prague from the Nazis.
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Inside Israel, 6:46 PM

Anti-IDF Israeli Band to Play at IDF Event

Event for new recruits to feature Hadag Nahash, which has called IDF soldiers 'war criminals.'
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Inside Israel, 6:19 PM

Netanyahu, Ya'alon Vow to End Terror at Victims' Bedsides

Both officials promise to fight to stop wave of terror attacks as they visit stabbing victims in Jerusalem hospital.
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Inside Israel

Woman Dies of Snake Bite Received on Shabbat

38-year-old from Golan Heights got bitten during a hike, passes away from snake venom which inflicted a stroke.
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