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Passover Starts Monday Night

It begins with a special meal called the “seder” (meaning order) on the eve of the first day of Passover. The meal often takes four to six hours. During the seder, the story of God delivering the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt (Exodus 7–14) is told in detail with song, symbolic foods, and

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Itamar Massacre Solved, Two Arrested

The two suspects confessed to their involvement in the murders and said that they sought to carry out a terror attack in order to kill Israelis. They expressed no regret over the murders. The Shin Bet arrested the two subsequent to a strenuous investigation, which included the interrogation of multiple persons of interest in the

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“We Won’t Seek Capital Punishment”

“During the shiva [initial seven-day mourning period], we kept thinking—maybe it would turn out to be something else, a crazy person. Now it’s clear—this was an act of hate, and it’s seeping through. While the Palestinian Authority might say they condemn the crime, I still blame them.”    The grandfather, who has lost five members

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Haniyeh Says No to Shalit Compromise

Haniyeh added that his government is following developments in Israel and added: “We are at the top of the mountain, and we must stick to our demands. We are certain that the resistance won’t disappoint us.” Meanwhile, Hamas’ Ahmad Bahar said Gilad Shalit should be held in captivity until a “dignified prisoners swap” can be

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Coming Soon: A Vaccine against Cancer

“Our technology consists of proprietary peptide carriers which are derived from a protein element called Heat Shock Protein 60 enabling a much more effective method of battling bacteria and viruses,” says Eitan. Vacciguard’s research shows that when carrier peptides from HSP60 are attached to external areas of a pathogen or tumor (known as an antigen),

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Netanyahu: We Won’t Be Dictated To

“We have been steadfast these two years, making sure that any peace agreement brings with it a secure, safe peace—not just peace on paper, but a sustainable peace. I have set two core principles to that effect: the first, Palestinian recognition in the State of Israel as the Jewish people’s homeland; and the second, real

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Donor Nations Deem Palestinian Authority “Above Threshold of State”

Although Israel vehemently opposes such a move, the thumbs-up from the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee gives increased credibility to the threat. Efforts by the Quartet—the international sponsors of the Israeli–Palestinian peace process including the U.S., U.N., European Union and Russia—meanwhile have ground to a virtual halt, the latest indication being the cancellation of a scheduled

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Hundreds Rally outside Israeli Consulate in Alexandria

“We came here together, young and independent people, to protest the removal of the Facebook page supporting the Palestinian intifada,” said Revolution Youth Coalition member Muhammad Wafani. “This is racist and unjust behavior, based on pro-Israeli political views, which a Web site such as Facebook shouldn’t have,” he stated. The protesters stressed the importance of

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Get Mobile with a Touch Free Cellphone

A wave of the hand could tell your iPhone to jump to the next contact, or a Lindsay Lohan peace sign to call your BFF. This isn’t some far-off dream: XTR software is expected to start arriving in the mobile market by the end of this year. And if you want to feel like the

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Poll—Most Americans Oppose Unilateral Palestinian State

Speaking in a press release about the survey on the issue of theoretical declaration of a Palestinian state, Mizrahi was quoted as saying, “Many Americans feel that the problem is not territory, but rather the culture of hate that encourages young Palestinians to commit acts of terrorism against Israeli civilians. They do not see how

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