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Elul 18, 5775 / Wednesday, September 02, 2015

PM Says He is 'Ready' to Meet with Abbas for Negotiations

Netanyahu tells Women Wage Peace activists that he is ready to go to Ramallah to forge the solution 'two states for two people.'
Daily Israel Report
CurrenciesShabbat Times
Defense/Security, 11:45 PM

Jerusalem Police on High Alert Around the Light Rail

Jerusalem police increase presence around the Light Rail following a warning about a potential terrorist attack.
(Photo:Meir Sela)
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Defense/Security, 12:14 AM

Gaza Rockets Explode on Palestinian Side, Cause Casualties

Two rockets were fired by Gaza terrorists miss their mark and hit the Gaza side of the border. PA media says one of them hit a home.
(Photo:Flash 90)
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Global Agenda, 9:25 PM

UN Claims Gaza Will Be 'Uninhabitable' by 2020

Blaming wars with Israel and blockade for deteriorating situation in Gaza, UN report makes no mention of Hamas and its terror activities.
(Photo:Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash 90)
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Jewish World, 9:57 PM

Watch: The Man Who Opened the Gates for Soviet Jewry

Mark Dymshitz wanted desperately to leave the USSR for Israel. His actions would pave the way for thousands to find freedom.
(Photo:Hezki Ezra)
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Jewish Families Attacked by Arab Mob in Shiloach

Explosive thrown at vehicle of families living in Jerusalem neighborhood breaks apart steel grid covering bulletproof windows.
(Photo:Israel news photo: Flash 90)
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