Monthly Archives: August 2016

US court throws out $655 m. terrorism judgment against PA

Jpost Reports- A US Appeals Court on Wednesday threw out a historic $655.5 million judgment against the Palestinian Authority after it had been found liable to a group of American families who accused them of supporting terrorist attacks in Israel. … Continue reading

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Our world: The end of Mahmoud Abbas

By Caroline Glick Jpost Reports- Like it or not, the day is fast approaching when the Palestinian Authority we have known for the past 22 years will cease to exist. PA leader Mahmoud Abbas’s US-trained Palestinian security forces have lost … Continue reading

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3,000 year old treasures dated to the time of King David unveiled

Jpost Reports- Yosef Garfinkel, Chair of Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, described the find as a “Biblical Pompeii.” The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem offered a unique preview on Monday of an exhibition showcasing … Continue reading

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The unjust acceptance of terror in Israel

Arutz Sheva – Israel National News Reports- By Alexa Kwart How can the world accept terror in Israel as okay but terror in other countries as horrific? A call for your voice. Last month, in Israel, a Palestinian Arab terrorist killed … Continue reading

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Report: Israel agrees to peace summit, but PA places conditions

Arutz Sheva Israel National News Reports- Israel has reportedly agreed to a three-way peace summit with the United States and the Palestinian Authority (PA), but the PA is placing preconditions on the initiative, Channel 10 News reported on Sunday. The … Continue reading

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Walking barefoot to the House of God: My childhood Slichot prayers in Iraq

Jpost Reports- By AVRAHAM SHAMA It had become a tradition in recent years to participate in organized Slichot tours in Jerusalem’s ancient neighborhoods. The tours are followed by the Slichot prayers of forgiveness at one of Jerusalem’s many synagogues or … Continue reading

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Egypt seeks tougher punishment for female genital mutilation

Jpost Reports- CAIRO – Women’s rights activists hailed the Egyptian government on Monday for advocating increased prison sentences for perpetrators of female genital mutilation (FGM) but warned that a new law could shroud the practice in greater secrecy. Egypt’s cabinet … Continue reading

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Liberman lashes out at media over trial of Hebron shooter Elor Azaria

Jpost Reports- Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman lashed out at the Israeli media during his latest comments on the trial of Elor Azaria, the IDF soldier accused of illegally shooting dead an injured Palestinian attacker in Hebron. During a tour of … Continue reading

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Oldest human remains found outside Tel Aviv

Ynet News Reports- Oldest human remains found outside Tel Aviv Located outside of Rosh HaAyin and Tel Aviv, Qesem Cave was accidentally discovered during road work 16 years ago; since then, the cave has revealed a wealth of information on … Continue reading

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Ask the Rabbi: Is revenge a Jewish value?

Jpost Reports- By SHLOMO BRODY \10/23/2014 The horrific slaying this past summer of east Jerusalem teenager Muhammad Abu Khdeir, following the terrible murders of yeshiva students Naftali Fraenkel, Gil-Ad Shaer and Eyal Yifrah, and the subsequent killing of their terrorist … Continue reading

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