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Kislev 1, 5775 / Sunday, November 23, 2014

Cabinet to Vote on 'Jewish State' Law Today

Tensions high throughout the political system before monumental vote on 'Jewish State Law'; leftist MKs fume.
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Global Agenda, 12:27 PM

Israel Fears EU Parliament Will Recognize 'Palestine'

EU Parliament to vote Thursday to recognize Palestinian state. Israeli ambassador warns if yes, Israel will view EU vote as anti-Israeli.
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Defense/Security, 10:49 AM

Police Stop PA Prime Minister's Convoy for Reckless Driving

For the third time in two years, PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah's convoy swerves dangerously across a two-lane road.
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Defense/Security, 10:19 AM

Suspected 'Price Tag' Revenge Attack Near Ramallah

According to reports, extremists knocked on door before pouring lighter fluid and setting Palestinian house on fire.
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Jewish World, 11:14 AM

French Interior Minister States His 'Admiration' For Jews

Cazeneuve responds to rising anti-Semitism at a gala event in Paris; 'I feel more close to you than you can imagine.'
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Jewish World

Turkish Governor Threatens to Turn Synagogue into Museum

Storm erupts once again in Turkey over anti-Semitic comments made by another high-profile official in 'revenge' for Temple Mount clashes.
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Discrimination Against Kinderlach Band in GermanyGerman event managers for Sheba fundraiser ask boy band not to perform because members live in Judea and Samaria. Creative solution found.

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History in Pictures

Centenary of WWI: Armies that Fought in the Holy LandJews in Palestine starved in WWI, but the Jewish soldiers from overseas rejoiced to see them.