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Kassam Explodes near Kindergarten

Some of the children were already in the kindergarten when the rocket exploded nearby. Kindergarten teacher Ronit told Ynet, “I was on the path that leads to the kindergarten when I heard the siren. I ran towards the children in the building. The kindergarten itself is a bomb shelter, so there was no reason to

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Report: Turkey Upset over Israel–Cyprus Deal

According to a report published by a Turkish Web site, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan firmly opposes any maritime agreement between Cyprus and countries in the eastern Mediterranean, because it undermines the status of Turkish Cyprus [Northern Cyprus] and its stake of the territorial waters. During the meeting with Levy, officials at the Turkish Foreign

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Israeli Army Responds to Threat Assessment of Hamas Anti-Tank Missiles

An anti-tank missile was fired at an Israel tank two weeks ago, causing damage to the tank but no injuries to its crew.  

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Hamas Rejects Holocaust Museum Trip

“UNRWA clerks have offered explanations of the Holocaust and expressed in them empathy for the Jewish people for what it underwent. UNRWA must focus on materials regarding the rights of the Palestinian refugees without dealing with persecution in other areas of the world,” the statement adds. “The memory of the children of Gaza cannot withstand

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Fayyad: No Plans for Unilateral Declaration; On-course for Statehood

Earlier this month, three South American nations extended recognition of the Palestinian state, causing both Washington and Jerusalem to charge that such actions harm rather than support peace-making efforts.   Fayyad said that without Israeli assent to statehood, the Palestinian entity would be a “Mickey Mouse state” because Israel would remain an occupying power.  

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Techies Take Their Show to the US Road

Taguri is CEO and cofounder of fiddme, an iPad app that allows diners to upload photos and ratings of restaurant fare to share with other restaurant-goers. “We thought, 'Let's do the craziest thing ever. Let's go from campus to campus and pitch our startups to potential users.' From there, it got the twist of meeting

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US Congress : No Premature Recognition of Palestinian Statehood

It also urges Palestinian leaders to “cease all efforts at circumventing the negotiation process, including efforts to gain recognition of a Palestinian state from other nations, within the United Nations and in other international forums prior to achievement of a final agreement between Israel and the Palestinians… and calls upon foreign governments not to extend

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Two Years after Cast Lead, Hamas Fighters Get Itchy Fingers

“Hamas is capable of maintaining peace and quiet and force other organizations not to conduct terror. Because of various circumstances, it’s letting them conduct attacks and in some cases is involved in them,” the official said. “I wouldn’t call it an escalation, but it could become one, if terror acts continue and one of them

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Humanitarian Aid Officers Begin Training

A special school was set up for the purpose of training cadets in the field, yielding the first humanitarian aid course in the IDF. “We chose officers of ranks ranging from lieutenant to major, all of them already serving in the battalions and brigades,” explained Lieutenant-Colonel Guy Stoltz, who runs the course. Officers learn about

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French Diplomat: “France Will Take a Strong Stand Against Iran”

Alliot-Marie expressed her belief to Jewish leaders from across the continent that European Jewry had enriched European culture and helped to shape the continent's identity. She also addressed the close relationship between France and its Jews and expressed the hope that it would continue to grow stronger. EJC President Moshe Kantor outlined the threat a

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