Jewish arsonist of famous church gets 4 years in jail – The Jerusalem Post


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Jewish arsonist of famous church gets 4 years in jail
The Jerusalem Post
Eyal Reuveni was sentenced to four years in prison by the Nazareth District Court on Tuesday for the arson of a world famous church in June 2015, in one of the more infamous attacks by Jews on non-Jewish religious sites in recent years. Reuveni was
Galilee ‘Loaves’ church arsonist sentenced to 4 yearsThe Times of Israel
Church of Loaves and Fishes arsonist sentenced to 4 yearsYnetnews
Church of the Multiplication arsonist sent to prisonArutz Sheva
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IDF shoots Palestinian who tampered with security fence, appeared to draw knife near Ariel – Ynetnews


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IDF shoots Palestinian who tampered with security fence, appeared to draw knife near Ariel
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Several Palestinians suspected of trying to tamper with the security force near Ariel advanced on an IDF force. One of them inserted his hand into his pocket in a manner that resembled drawing a knife. In response, the IDF force shot and struck him
IDF: Palestinian attempts to stab soldiers in West Bank, is shotThe Times of Israel
IDF, suspecting threat, shoots Palestinian in West BankThe Jerusalem Post mobile website
IDF soldiers thwart stabbing attack near ArielJerusalemOnline

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Conflicting reports emerge about death of two militants in Gaza – The Jerusalem Post


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Conflicting reports emerge about death of two militants in Gaza
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Two men died in on a motorcycle in the Beit Lachiya area in the northern Gaza Strip on Tuesday. Conflicting reports are emerging as to the cause of death. Palestinian Islamic Jihad claims that the two men died in a training accident, according to
Palestinians: Two Killed in Israeli Drone Strike in Gaza; Israel Denies Role in AttackHaaretz
IDF denies killing Palestinian Islamic Jihad members in Gaza blastThe Times of Israel
Two Palestinians killed in Gaza, Israel denies claim of attacki24NEWS
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Arab MK Zahalka Would Rather ‘Die’ Than Sing Anthem, He Says – http://hamodia.com


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Arab MK Zahalka Would Rather ‘Die’ Than Sing Anthem, He Says
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Arab members of Knesset, Basel Jatas (L), Jamal Zahalka (C) and Masud Ganaim (R). (Hadas Parush/Flash90). YERUSHALAYIM -. Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 8:31 am | כ”ד כסלו תשע”ח. In an interview with Channel 12 Tuesday, United Arab List MK Jamal Zahalka
Israeli-Arab MK: I’d rather die than sing Israeli anthemThe Jerusalem Post

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How Should Israeli-Palestinian Civil Society Respond To Trump’s Jerusalem Move? – Forward


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How Should Israeli-Palestinian Civil Society Respond To Trump’s Jerusalem Move?
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Shortly after he helped produce the Balfour Declaration that 100 years ago gave great momentum to the enterprise to establish the Jewish National Home in Palestine, and well before he became Israel’s first president, Chaim Weizmann cautioned that “the

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In Brussels, Netanyahu plays to his base – The Jerusalem Post


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In Brussels, Netanyahu plays to his base
The Jerusalem Post
“I attach great importance to Europe, I respect Europe, but I am not prepared to accept a double-standard,” said Netanyahu before leaving for Europe. 2 minute read. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini meets
In Netanyahu’s Eurotrip, fantasies clash with realityThe Times of Israel
Netanyahu: Iran eyes sending 80000 Shiite fighters to MEYnetnews
Our World:Europe’s war against the Jewish stateThe Jerusalem Post mobile website
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Hundreds of thousands attend funeral of late Haredi leader Rabbi Shteinman – The Jerusalem Post


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Hundreds of thousands attend funeral of late Haredi leader Rabbi Shteinman
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Shteinman has been the de facto leader on issues of public importance to the Haredi community since the mid-1990s. 3 minute read. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak after the death of Rabbi Aharon Leib
Rabbi Aharon Leib Shteinman passes away at age 104Ynetnews
Funeral for ultra-Orthodox spiritual leader draws hundreds of thousandsThe Times of Israel
Ultra-Orthodox leader Rabbi Shteinman dies aged 104i24NEWS
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Supermarkets bill passes first Knesset reading – Ynetnews


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Supermarkets bill passes first Knesset reading
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Interior Minister Aryeh Deri comes on step closer to having the authority to close supermarkets legally operating on Shabbat despite objections from coalition members, including the Yisrael Beytenu party, and even members of the Likud party. Moran
Haredi Shabbat bill passes first vote after all-nighter in KnessetThe Jerusalem Post
Bill to close convenience stores on Shabbat clears first Knesset hurdleThe Times of Israel
After Minister’s Threat to Resign, Israel Gives Initial Backing to Bill That Would Shutter Shops on ShabbatHaaretz
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Knesset approves plan to deport 40000 illegal immigrants – Arutz Sheva


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Knesset approves plan to deport 40000 illegal immigrants
Arutz Sheva
Law enabling gov’t to deport infiltrators illegally residing in Israel passed by Knesset, paves way for closure of Holot detention center. Contact Editor. David Rosenberg, 12/12/17 09:25. Share. Infiltrators (stock image). Flash 90. A plan to deport
Israel Nears Mass Deportations of Illegal InfiltratorsBreitbart News
Law to Allow Deportation of Illegal Migrants Passes Knesset Votehttp://hamodia.com

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Ancient menorah inscribed on stone slab discovered in Tiberias mosque – The Jerusalem Post


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Ancient menorah inscribed on stone slab discovered in Tiberias mosque
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The menorah-inscribed stone door discovered in Tiberias, December 2017. (photo credit: COURTESY OF TAL ROGOVSKY). An ancient seven-branched menorah inscribed on a large slab of basalt originally used as a door at a Jewish cemetery between the 2nd and

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