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Assad, Iranian FM Discuss “Zionist Threats”

The two also discussed the situation in the Palestinian territories and said efforts should be boosted to put an end to what they called the “Israeli violations” in the Palestinian territories, “and in particular the Judaization of Jerusalem and the expulsion of Palestinians from their lands.” They also said Israel must lift the blockade on

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Fatah Song: Terrorists Were “Heroic” and “Birds of Prey”

The other new examples of the glorification of the terrorist Mughrabi in the PA this past week were also connected to youth. 1. At the closing ceremonies of the PA summer camp for girls in Bethlehem named after Mughrabi, which was first reported by Palestinian Media Watch last week, the children were shown “a play

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Tourist Satisfaction Increases for Israel

According to the survey, 58% of tourists are characterized as Christians and 34% as Jewish. The average stay for tourists is 10 nights, with an average visit cost of US $1,112. More than half of the tourists were repeat visitors. Meanwhile, tourism numbers for 2010 continued to impress, as July set yet another record for

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UN Doesn’t Rule Out Questioning Troops

In a statement to the press, Ban said the panel was “not designed to determine individual criminal responsibility, but to examine and identify the facts, circumstances and the context of the incident, as well as to recommend ways of avoiding future incidents”. On Tuesday evening the four panel members are set to hold their first

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US House Foreign Affairs Committee Freezes Military Aid to Lebanon

Berman used the subsequent incident to prove his point, saying the clash “reinforces the critical need for the United States to conduct an in-depth policy review of its relationship with the Lebanese military.” The Committee’s position is in opposition to Obama administration policy.

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Applause for Clapping Your Hands

“We found that children in the first, second and third grades who sing these songs demonstrate skills absent in children who don't take part in similar activities,” explains Dr. Idit Sulkin a member of BGU's Music Science Lab in the department of the arts. “We also found that children who spontaneously perform hand-clapping songs in

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PM to Turkel Panel: IDF Raid on Turkish Ship Legal

“I trust the IDF's fighters and the entire State of Israel is proud of them,” the PM said Monday morning during his testimony before the investigative committee, which is headed by former justice Jacob Turkel. In his testimony, the prime minister said the ministers did not hold an in-depth discussion on the commando operation itself,

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Ahmadinejad Adds 911 to Holocaust Denial

Apparently to prove his point that “no Jewish names were among the dead,” Ahmadinejad said that no complete list of the dead has been released even though all 2,995 names are easily accessible on the Internet. 

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Rare Cuneiform Tablet Discovered

The Hazor excavations, known as the Selz Foundation Hazor Excavations in Memory of Yigael Yadin, are under the direction of Prof. Amnon Ben-Tor and Dr. Sharon Zuckerman of the Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology. Tel Hazor is regarded by many Israeli experts as being the largest and richest archaeological site in Israel.  It was the

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Hamas Official Brought to Israeli City for Warning

Abed Al-Razaq, a former minister in the Hamas government of Isma’il Haniyya, made the trip from the West Bank city of Nablus last Tuesday [August 3], about the same time the Israeli military warned soldiers and residents of post-1967 communities to be alert to kidnapping attempts.   On the Israeli side there is speculation that

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