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Elul 19, 5775 / Thursday, September 03, 2015

Rare Sarcophagus Discovered at Ashkelon Builiding Site

Inspectors of the Israel Antiquities Authority and Ashkelon police find impressive sarcophagus, which construction workers tried to conceal.
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Europe, 11:27 AM

Danny Ayalon: Refugees Threaten to 'Swallow' Europe

Europe may have no choice but to accept the refugees inundating its borders, says former Deputy Defense Minister Danny Ayalon.
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Inside Israel, 11:52 AM

Regev is 'Restoring Dignity to the State of Israel'

Professors for a Strong Israel laud Culture Minister for 'strengthening Israel' via new criteria for funding cultural institutions.
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Defense/Security, 11:05 AM

Extensive Counterterrorism Bill Passes First Knesset Reading

Harsher jail sentences and broader definition of terror stipulated in bill that collects all existing counterterrorism legislation one law.
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Global Agenda, 10:18 AM

MK To-Be: Israel Should Take In Some Syrian Refugees

Elazar Stern urges Netanyahu to take in Syrian refugees, and mimic Begin's actions during 1977 Vietnamese ship crisis.
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Inside Israel

Naftali Bennett's Father, Jim, Passes Away at 73

Jim Bennett, an ardent Zionist who made aliyah after the Six-Day War in 1967, passes away after a long battle with an illness.
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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.