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Would You Name a Kids’ Summer Camp after a Murderer? 

July 11, 2019

Thursday, 11 July 2019 | Would you name a kids’ summer camp after the perpetrators of 9/11, the New Zealand mosque shooter or the Pittsburgh synagogue killer? You wouldn’t, right? But the PLO [Palestine Liberation Organization] readily names kids’ summer camps after murderers of Israelis. At least two PLO summer camps for Palestinian children are

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Mossad Thwarted 50 ISIS, Iranian Terror Attacks Internationally

Wednesday, 10 July 2019 | Say the word “Mossad” and mental images of daring, heroism and bravery come to mind. Israel’s formidable intelligence service is, after all, synonymous with seemingly impossible missions, shake-your-head-in-wonder exploits and off the charts bravery—all conducted covertly to secure the safety of the Jewish state and its people. Israelis are, however,

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Biblical City with Ties to King David Unearthed

Tuesday, 9 July 2019 | In 2015, archaeologists began an excavation in the Judean foothills in a location between Kiryat Gat and Lachish. In a tripartite cooperative between researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority and Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, the archaeologists believe they have found the Philistine town of

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Netanyahu: Iran and Nazis Share Commitment to Murder Jews

Monday, 8 July 2019 | As Iran strides further away from its limitations set in the 2015 nuclear deal, the world debates the seriousness of the situation. The Washington Post called Iran surpassing the 3.67% enrichment of uranium limit “a small step.” Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it a “dangerous step.” The prime minister

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Israel Unearths First Ever Biblical Purple Dye Factory

Tuesday, 2 July 2019 | Archeological findings uncovered in the 1960s and 70s have recently revealed a wonderful secret—the first facility dating to the biblical period for the production of prestigious purple-dyed textiles has been uncovered at Tel Shikmona, south of Haifa. “Until now, there has not been any meaningful direct archeological evidence of workshops

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Israel Brings Clean Water to Ugandan Community

Selda Edris and Mayes Morad, 26, were young water engineering students when they were first exposed to the poor living conditions [in] Uganda. The two young engineers graduated and joined the HelpApp organization, which aims to provide humanitarian aid to developing African countries. Edris and Mayes made their dream come true when they were finally

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Ancient Gold Coin Unearthed

Four high school students from Kibbutz Yifat in the Jezreel Valley spotted a gold coin glinting in the grass as they walked along the banks of the Zippori stream in the Galilee, adjacent to the Sanhedrin Trail (a 70-kilometer [43.5 mi] hiking trail that runs from Tiberias to Beit She’arim). After examining the coin, IAA

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Senior Saudi Official: Arab World Realizes “Age of War with Israel Over”

Tuesday, 25 June 2019 | In extraordinary comments on Friday, a top-ranking Saudi diplomat said that “the blood conflict” between Israel and the Arab world “had lasted too long” and that the time for normalization has come. “Us Saudis and all Gulf states plus Egypt and Jordan realize that the age of going to war

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Eight Century BC Watchtower Unearthed in Southern Israel

Friday, 21 June 2019 | A watchtower dating from the time of the Kingdom of Judah (8th century BC, during the reign of King Hezekiah) was recently uncovered during archeological excavations by IDF [Israel Defense Forces] soldiers, together with the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) at a paratroopers base in the south of the country. The

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Israel Approves Town of “Trump Heights” in Golan in Honor of US President

Monday, 17 June 2019 | United States President Donald Trump made history earlier this year by recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the strategic Golan Heights region at Israel’s northern border, and on Sunday, Israel made history in return by naming a town for a US president for the first time in 70 years. Ramat Trump, or

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