Adar 1, 5776 / Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Digital age gone awry?

Survey: Half of Israeli parents don't talk with their kids

Poll finds 48% of parents have no face-to-face talks, as smart phones replace contact and kids don't know basic details about their parents.
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Inside Israel, 12:03 PM

Arab teens watched videos and went to stab

After watching incitement videos online and praying at Al-Aqsa, two Arab teens tried to murder Jews.
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Inside Israel, 10:44 AM

Opposition blocks minister from IDF memorial

MK slams 'disgrace' as opposition refuses agreement to reduce MKs at plenum allowing minister to go to helicopter crash memorial.
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Middle East, 11:12 AM

War for ISIS's Mosul may trigger dam catastrophe

Campaign to retake Mosul fraught with danger, because if explosions cause dam to go, '500,000 people are killed in a few hours.'
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Inside Israel, 10:52 AM

Arab school nixed due to proximity with police base

Plans for an Arab middle school canceled due to concerns of possible terrorist attacks launched by the students.
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Inside Israel

More stormy weather on the way today

Wednesday is expected to see rain and thunderstorms in the center of the country, the weekend is expected to be dry and hot.
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History in Pictures

Why the Jerusalem merchant closed his shop when the Emperor cameAn answer to last week's question, asked for the first time in 1898. Straightforward, actually.

Technology & Health

Technion develops portable ultrasound for disaster zonesProbe will allow real-time imaging from portable machines, to serve disaster zones, terror attacks, and areas with no medical access.