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27 min ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News

Inside Israel, 7:25 PMJudea-Samaria Population Growth Double Israeli National Average

The Jewish population in Judea and Samaria grew by an impressive 2% in the first half of 2014, according to statistics released by the Yesha Council. The Council, which represents Jews in the Judea-Samaria region, said that between the end of December 2013 and the end of June of this year, the Jewish population rose from 374,469 to 382,031.

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4 hrs ago | Hot Air

Video: Did Clinton trash Netanyahu a or Arafat and Abbas?

My friend Jeff Dunetz , who picked this up from Ha'aretz , says Bill Clinton trashed Benjamin Netantyahu in this conversation at Tom Harkin's steak fry this weekend. It sounds more like Clinton attacking the late Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas, though.

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8 hrs ago | Ma'an News Agency

Israel orders family to evacuate home near Aqsa mosque

An Israeli magistrate court in Jerusalem has ordered a Palestinian family to evacuate a small rented house adjacent to the al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old City which the family has been living in for 25 years. The al-Bakri family was ordered to evacuate the house before Sept.

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12 hrs ago | Daily Journal

West Bank settler group boasts rapid growth

Israel's settler population in the West Bank increased by 2 percent in the first half of the year, an advocacy group announced Tuesday, signaling robust growth in the settlements even while Israel was conducting peace talks with the Palestinians. The new figures drew criticism from the Palestinians, who seek the West Bank as part of a future state.

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12 hrs ago | CTV

Israel's settler group in the West Bank boasts strong population grown

Israel's settler population in the West Bank increased by 2 per cent in the first half of the year, an advocacy group announced Tuesday, signalling robust growth in the settlements even while Israel was conducting peace talks with the Palestinians. The new figures drew criticism from the Palestinians, who seek the West Bank as part of a future state.

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13 hrs ago | The Times of Israel

Eurozone of danger

Together no more. Danny Danon and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu together at the Likud Conference in Tel Aviv on May 4, 2014 The Islamic State's influence continues to expand as all three Israeli papers put a warning on their respective front pages about the group's next move: terror attacks against Israelis.

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18 hrs ago | The Japan Times

Did Hamas emerge victorious in the latest war?

This summer's 51-day war on Gaza left more than 2,100 Palestinians dead, over 11,000 injured, and vast areas of devastation that will take years to rebuild. After the third Israeli war on Gaza in less than six years, many Palestinians are questioning the purpose of continuing to fight - and hoping for a solution that does not increase their suffering.

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18 hrs ago | Ma'an News Agency

Israeli police arrest 22 Palestinians in East Jerusalem

Israeli forces detained 22 Palestinians in East Jerusalem Tuesday, accusing them of throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails, a local committee and a police spokeswoman said. The head of a committee for prisoners' families told Ma'an that Israeli police arrested Mahdi Muhammad Abu al-Hawa, Muhammad Rabayaa, Ahmad Shweiki, and Tareq Aziz Abu Khdeir.

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19 hrs ago | The Times of Israel

Former minister questioned over bribe allegations

Police detained a former minister for questioning Tuesday morning on suspicion that he took bribes in exchange for swaying government tenders related to his ministry, which were worth millions of shekels. Police said the allegations pertained to the period in which the as-yet unnamed official served as a minister, between 2009-2013.

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19 hrs ago | Boston.com

Two strategies for rights

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Marxist organization in Gaza, issued a statement calling Michael Brown, the unarmed black man shot in Ferguson by police, a "martyr." A flurry of news outlets published pieces about the psychic similarities between black Americans and Palestinians.

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19 hrs ago | Jewish World Review

Dave Weinbaum:

Dr. Ridgely Abdul Mu'min Muhammad, who I will refer to as Dr. Abdul, informed the world of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's two-and-one-half hour lecture comparing the "suffering of the Palestinian people in Gaza under the ruthless and criminal attack by Israel to our young black men being shot down by police in the streets of America." It was Hamas who shot about a thousand rockets intending to kill Israeli children without an Israeli response.

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21 hrs ago | Suria

Palestinian bagpipers back Scottish...

Scottish independence campaigners have found an unexpected source of support ahead of a landmark referendum on the fate of the United Kingdom -- Palestinian bagpipers. Orthodox Christmas celebrations kick off in the West Bank town of Bethlehem to the sound of bagpipes, on January 6, 2012 - by Musa Al-Shaer In a small hall in the occupied West Bank, far from the tussle over Scotland's future, pipers and stick-twirling drummers burst into action as local scout troop members march up and down for weekly practice.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

American Reporter

On Native GroundA War Without End: Patriarchy VS. the Pill

BRADENTON, Fla., March 19, 2012 -- The great American writer and philosopher Henry James coined the term "moral equivalence," and everywhere in the Middle East, the equation it describes is held fast to diplomats' hearts. The phrase is defined in Wikipedia thusly: "Moral equivalence is a term used in political debate, usually to criticize any denial that a moral hierarchy can be assessed of two sides in a conflict, or in the actions or tactics of two sides.

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New Jersey Jewish News

In Israel, rabbi finds a - different reality' NEW

Members of the solidarity mission gather in Tel Aviv, including Rabbi Joshua Gruenberg, fourth from right, and U.S. Rep. Peter King, center. n a three-day visit to Israel, Rabbi Joshua Gruenberg was part of a delegation visiting a house in Ashkelon that had been destroyed by a rocket that morning, when sirens went off and the group had to run to a bomb shelter.

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Switched

Adolf Hitler's Childhood Home May Become A Museum Called 'House Of Responsibility'

Adolf Hitler's birth house in Braunau am Inn in 1934. Photo courtesy of Friedrich Weiler, Picture Library of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons The Austrian house where Adolf Hitler was born could be turned into a museum named the "House of Responsibility."

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Jerusalem Post

Professors getting close to the people on Thursday's Night of Scientists around the country

At Rehovot's Weizmann Institute of Science, visitors will be able to visit a brain exhibition in the Davidson Institution, take part in an improvisational play and ask scientists questions. Scientists at 13 universities, research institutes and science museums are climbing down from their ivory towers on Thursday night and offering a layman's view of the world.

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Jerusalem Post

Analysis: A gap between 'Never Again-Jew-Hatred' and real action?

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appears on a large screen as she makes an address during an anti-Semitism in Berlin.. BERLIN German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivered a characteristically excellent speech against anti-Semitism on Sunday in the heart of the country's government district.

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Jerusalem Post

PA, Kuwait open new page in ties, during historic visit

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas meets Kuwait's Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Sabah al Khalid al Sabah in Ramallah, September 14. Kuwait's First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Sabah Al-Hamad al-Sabah, met in Ramallah on Sunday with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and prayed at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. The Kuwaiti official arrived in Ramallah earlier in the day in the first visit of its kind to the West Bank since 1967.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Jerusalem Post

'Beersheba is the new cyber Silicon Valley'

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and other speakers on Sunday trumpeted "Beersheba as a new cyber center" similar to Silicon Valley, with serious "tax breaks for those" groups locating there at the fourth Tel Aviv University cyber conference. Netanyahu's cyber bureau chief, Dr. Eviatar Metania, was one of many who discussed the new Beersheba cyber center, which is now kicking into full swing.

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Jerusalem Post

Palestinian autopsy: Teen shot in head with police sponge bullet

Palestinian protesters take cover during clashes with Israel Police in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Wadi Joz September 7, 2014.. An autopsy report released Sunday by a Palestinian coroner confirmed the cause of death of Arab teen Muhammad Abd al-Majid Sunuqrut last week was a sponge-covered bullet to the head, directly contradicting police claims that the 16-year-old fell and fractured his skull.

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