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Elul 20, 5775 / Friday, September 04, 2015

Arabs: Forty Muslim Women Banned from Temple Mount

Arab news agency says the 40 Islamists may not enter Mount at all. Jews: 'a great improvement'.
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Middle East, 6:15 AM

Hamas Welcomes UK Labor Frontrunner's Anti-Israel Stance

Hamas leader says Jeremy Corbyn is sympathetic towards Palestinians and is against "racist" Israel.
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Global Agenda, 6:46 AM

European Countries May Abstain at UN Vote on PA Flag

Diplomat says European countries could decide to abstain in vote on a draft resolution on raising the Palestinian flag at the UN.
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US & Canada, 3:14 AM

White House: Sanctions Relief - Only if Iran Complies with Deal

White House spokesman says Iran will only see sanctions relief if it complies with the nuclear deal.
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US & Canada, 12:13 AM

Senators Supporting Iran Deal Now Number 36

Obama now has two more senators than he needs to sustain a presidential veto of a resolution rejecting deal.
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Middle East

PA Officials Dismisses Netanyahu's Comments on Peace

PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat says Netanyahu is prime minister of "the settlers" and isn't serious about peace.
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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.