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Another Jewish Cemetery in French Region of Alsace Vandalized

In January, around 30 Jewish graves were desecrated in the Strasbourg area, on the same day as the commemoration of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps. In June, 18 Muslim tombs were desecrated in the area. 

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Israeli Coach for Turkish National Team

Israeli and Turkish entrepreneurs also believe that the strong business connection between Israel and Turkey will survive the crisis in relations. Kliger, whose brother Gidi is an Olympic sailor, won an international championship and was a member of the Israeli national team. In addition to coaching Turkish sailors, she trains Israeli women windsurfers. Another international

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US: Borders Can Only Be Decided by Direct Talks

According to the Jerusalem Post, Abbas was quoted by some Fatah party members as saying in a meeting on Wednesday that progress on the issue of borders in the proximity talks was key, saying they can’t enter direct talks “without clarity.” Abbas’ comments came as he reportedly said that US President Barack Obama was being

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A Cancer Turn-Off

Proteins very similar to ROPs also exist in humans. In humans they are involved in wound healing, development of nerve cells in the brain, and also provide the chemical signals that tell cancer when to metastasize. In a laboratory setting, Yalovsky and his research collaborators, Prof. Yoav Henis and Dr. Joel Hirsch of TAU's departments

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Israel, Ukraine Sign Visa-Free Travel Deal

Grishchenko also lauded the agreement, and emphasized its importance in promoting cooperation between the two states on other matters. In a meeting held earlier on Wednesday along with Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov, the three ministers discussed possible ways to decrease the price of airline tickets and establishing a free trade zone between the two countries.

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Israeli Jews Returning to Palestinian Areas?

Israel barred its citizens from entering the Palestinian-controlled areas of the West Bank at the outbreak of the Palestinian Intifada uprising in 2000, due to attacks on Israelis, including lynchings. Three years ago, Israel eased the ban by allowing Israeli Arabs to enter Palestinian-controlled areas to shop and visit relatives, but non-Arab Israelis are still

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1st Gaza Mall Attracts Thousands

“Not everyone comes to shop. There are those who are curious who just come to see the place and others who come for the air conditioning,” one of the mall's workers said. Head of the mall's board of directors, Salah a-Din Abu Abdo, told Ynet the center attracts more and more visitors every day. “We

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IDF Chief Thanks Italian Government

“The IDF, as a large, strong and deterring army which draws on its physical and morale strength, is the force that stands prepared against all of our enemies and those who seek to harm us. It is the force that when required, will prevent tragedies, like the one commemorated by this arch.” The IDF Chief

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Iron Dome Passes Final Tests

In the drilling area in southern Israel, Iron Dome first encountered and successfully intercepted a number of missiles fired simultaneously from different directions. Thus ended the system's developmental stage, and it is set to become operational in November by Air Force anti-aircraft teams established especially for its operation. In recent months the army has been

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Hamas Terror Cell that Killed Officer Arrested

It appears the terror cell planned more attacks, including an abduction of an Israeli soldier or civilian. The operatives had been scouting the target area and purchased yarmulkes (kippot or skullcaps) and a wig for the attack. The cell members, all in their twenties, were arrested on June 22 by the IDF, the ISA and

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