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Cheshvan 6, 5775 / Thursday, October 30, 2014
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Yehuda Glick on the Road to Recovery

Leading Temple Mount activist Glick, shot by an Arab would-be assassin, is still not out of danger but improving.
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Middle East, 8:40 PM

Police Fold to World Pressure for Muslim Temple Mount Access

Limited Temple Mount access for Muslims, none for Jews on Friday as top Sunni group denounces 'barbaric' closure to stop terrorism.
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Middle East, 7:01 PM

Abbas's Fatah Calls for 'Day of Rage' Terrorism

While lauding terrorist who tried to assassinate Yehuda Glick, Abbas's faction urges more terrorism in Jerusalem on Friday.
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News from America, 7:44 PM

US Urges Israel to Open Temple Mount to Muslims

State Dept. spokesperson calls for 'status quo' at site where Jews banned from prayer, denounces murder attempt.
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Global Agenda, 6:40 PM

Israel to Withdraw Ambassador to Sweden

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman responds to Swedish recognition of 'Palestine' by recalling ambassador to Stockholm
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Technology & Health

Bank Chairman: Steps Needed to Keep Start-Ups from Leaving

Bank Hapoalim Chairman Yair Seroussi concerned about report that 16% more Israeli startups are now in NY.
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Shlomo Cohen Releases New Music Clip The great Hassidic singer Shlomo Cohen with Ami Cohen's band presents the exciting video of song "Ana Amtzaha" (I Will Find You)

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Entire High School Class Under Investigation for Neo-NazismNinth-graders in Germany had secret WhatsApp group with anti-Semitic slurs and 'Heil Hitler' photos. Parents are horrified.

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PollShould the West intervene militarily to stop ISIS?

Recipes

Oatmeal Cocoa Chocolate Chip Cookies: Israeli versionCan Israelis teach Americans anything about oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies? Try this easy recipe and see.

History in Pictures

The Hardships of Aliya in the 30'sIn the '30s it wasn't only living in Israel that was hard; just getting to the Holy Land was fraught with danger.