Hadarom, Israel Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Photo of the Day: Tisha B'Av NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Israellycool

    I lived in the United States, Canada and Australia before moving to Israel in the midst of the Second Lebanon War. For the last nine years, walking the streets of Jerusalem, the scenes I saw every day did not resemble the ones familiar in the Western media.

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  2. Middle East, 4:54 PMJordan Condemns Temple Mount Violence - But Blames JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The Jordanian government has issued a response to violence on the Temple Mount Sunday - condemning not the Muslim rioters themselves but the Jewish visitors they were attempting to attack. In a statement issued Sunday afternoon Jordanian Information Minister Mohammed el-Mumini condemned what he described as the "storming" of Al Aqsa Mosque by "Jewish settlers," headed by Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel , and describing the Jewish presence as "harming the sanctity of Al Aqsa."

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  3. Palestinians, Israeli police clash at Jerusalem's al-AqsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Reuters

    Violence flares at the al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem on the annual Jewish day of mourning for Jerusalem's two destroyed Biblical temples. Rough Cut . 3 comments

  4. Atidim Stars go from periphery to IDF eliteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Jerusalem Post

    The atidim stars program aims to bridge the socio econimic gap and bring youth from periphery into elite IDF units. A new program to train high school students from the periphery for elite IDF units celebrated its first cohort graduating from high school last week.

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  5. Clashes rock over access to Al Aqsa mosqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Times of Oman

    Israeli security forces arrest a Palestinian woman during clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police in occupied Jerusalem on Sunday. Photo - AFP Occupied Jerusalem: Israeli police entered occupied Jerusalem's Al Aqsa mosque as clashes erupted on Sunday over access to the mosque compound.

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  6. Australia's Labor Party signals support for Palestinian stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Times of Israel

    A future Australian Labor government would consider recognizing a Palestinian state if no significant progress is achieved in the next round of Israel-Palestinian peace talks, the party decided Sunday. At the Australian Labor Party's annual national conference, some 400 party delegates passed the party's strongest-ever motion on Palestine.

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  7. Defense/Security, 1:37 PMJerusalem: Woman Arrested for Saying 'Mohammed is a Pig'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    A young Jewish woman was arrested Friday night, after she was recorded stating insults about the Muslim prophet Mohammed during a clash with Arab women on the Temple Mount. the "Morabiton," a gang of Muslim women who get paid by Islamist groups to disturb and harass Jews that visit the site, were shouting "Allahu Akhbar" repeatedly at the group of Jews making their way to the Mount, and could be seen actively trying to get physically close to the group.

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  8. Tisha B'Av is Holocaust DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Times of Israel

    In September 2014 he and his family made Aliyah to Zichron Yaacov. [Less] I just returned from my first Tisha b'Av observance as an Israeli citizen, having been privileged to lead the chanting of Yirmiyahu's mournful words while overlooking the ancient port of Caesarea.

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  9. Israel police enter Islam holy placeRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | WorthyNews

    Israeli police entered one of Islam's holiest places -- annexed east Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque -- on Sunday to tackle suspected Palestinian rioters, police said. "Masked rioters fled into the mosque and started to throw stones and blocks at police from inside Al-Aqsa mosque," police said.

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  10. Memories of Sand and Sea: Gush Katif Residents Mark 10 Years to DisengagementRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Jewish Press

    Orna and Hodaya Giat originally from Kfar Darom stand near photos of their Gush Katif community at a photography exhibition at an event marking 10 years to the Disengagement at the President's Residence in Jerusalem July 2015 For the 9,000 Gush Katif residents uprooted from their homes during Israel's unilateral 2005 Disengagement from the southwestern edge of Gaza, memories of life in the sandy strip are still painfully strong. "I miss the sea and I miss my home," said Hodaya Giat, 28, whose sad eyes echo her spoken sentiment.

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  11. Dozens Injured as Israeli Forces and Jewish Settlers Storm Al-AqsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Peninsula

    Occupied Jerusalem: Israeli forces broke into Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Sunday morning, firing stun grenades and rubber-coated steel bullets at Muslim worshipers as they cleared way for right-wing Jews who were visiting the compound to mark a Jewish fast day, witnesses said. Dozens of Palestinian worshipers were reportedly hit with rubber-coated bullets and suffered excessive tear gas inhalation, while Israeli police officers were reported to have attacked worshipers with pepper spray, rods and rifle butts, Palestinian News Agency reported.

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  12. Israeli police storm al-Aqsa Mosque during Palestinian protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Al Bawaba

    Orthodox Jewish women and men pray during the annual Tisha B'Av fasting and a memorial day, commemorating the destruction of ancient Jerusalem temples some 2,000 years ago, at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on July 26, 2015. Reports said the officers tore through the mosque with stun grenades and rubber-coated steel bullets, while Israel said rioters fled to the mosque after throwing fireworks and stones at police.

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  13. No Historic Justification for Tel Aviv, but Shiloh on The Other Hand...Read the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | Jerusalem Post

    It has never made any sense to me for the insistence by Leftist Israelis and others all over the world that Tel Aviv should be part of the modern Jewish State but not Shiloh. Last week I was in the Israel Museum and went to the archaeology department to visit the enormous Biblical time jug discovered in Shiloh about thirty-five years ago.

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  14. Israel police enter Islam holy place to root out Palestinian protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Indian Express

    FILE: The Al-Aqsa compound, holy to both Muslims and Jews, is one of the most sensitive spots in the Middle East. Israeli police fought their way into Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday to root out Palestinian protesters suspected of stockpiling fireworks and petrol bombs in preparation for a riot, police said. 17 comments

  15. Media statement: ALP resolutionRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council

    "While there are aspects in the Middle East resolution adopted at the ALP conference today that can be welcomed, its general tenor and threat to support unilateral recognition of a Palestinian State under a future Labor Government are disappointing. This approach is likely to undermine, rather than constructively encourage, progress toward a negotiated, durable two-state resolution that remains the bipartisan consensus in Australia", commented AIJAC's national chairman Mark Leibler and Executive Director Dr Colin Rubenstein.

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  16. Labor factions come together on PalestineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Age

    The ALP has reached a compromise between differing views on the Palestine question in a move that could see Australia recognising a Palestinian state, if peace talks fail and a federal Labor government is elected. The party's factions reached the deal on the wording of a resolution on the issue, but ditched plans to alter the ALP's policy platform at the its national conference on Sunday.

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  17. Pollarda s ex-wife: Israel should fund his legal defenseRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 25 | KDWN

    The former wife of Jonathan Pollard, an American convicted of spying for Israel, called Saturday on the Israeli government to pay for an attorney to facilitate his freedom amid international speculation he could be released soon. Jonathan Pollard was arrested in 1985 as he tried unsuccessfully to gain asylum in Israel's Washington embassy.

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  18. BBC under fire for documentary on Jerusalem Light RailRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Jerusalem Post

    LONDON A BBC documentary examining the role of Jerusalem's light railway in redefining the capital's demography has come in for strong criticism after it depicted a city in which Israelis have used the tram line to strengthen their grip over the Palestinians. The 30-minute documentary in the BBC's flagship Panorama series, contentiously titled "The Train that Divides Jerusalem," was described by the publicly financed corporation as being aired on the anniversary of "last summer's brutal conflict in Gaza" in which a "filmmaker, Adam Wishart" visited Jerusalem to ride on the city's so-called 'controversial train.'

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  19. Kibbutz experience impacted UK's top adviser in IraqRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Times of Israel

    Emma Sky was at a loss for words when asked by a member of the British Iraq Inquiry in January 2011 what training she should have undergone before leaving for Iraq eight years earlier. "I was trying to think what one-week course you could go on that would equip you to occupy somebody else's country," she said.

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  20. Nasrallah: US remains 'Great Satan' before and after nuke dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Times of Israel

    Illustrative photo of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah speaking during a rally to mark Jerusalem day or Al-Quds day, in a southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon, 2013 Hezbollah is certain it can still rely on Iranian support, the Lebanese terrorist group's leader Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday, dismissing concerns that Tehran would revise its policies toward the Shiite organization following the signing of a nuclear agreement with world powers. "We deal with trust and complete assurance over this," Nasrallah said during a ceremony to honor the children of Hezbollah terrorists killed in battle, according to Reuters.

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