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Druze Student Beaten In Jerusalem

01/26/2015
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Tel Aviv — A Druze student in Jerusalem was beaten with glass bottles by a gang.

Reports: Israel Fired Missiles On Syrian Village Killing Five Hezbollah Members

01/19/2015
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Jerusalem — An Israeli helicopter has fired two missiles on the Syrian village of Quneitra in the Golan Heights, Lebanese media is reporting.

Yisrael Beiteinu Campaign Slogan Calls For Israeli-Arab Land Swaps

01/15/2015
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Jerusalem — The Israeli political party Yisrael Beiteinu’s new campaign slogan pushes the idea of swapping land on which Arab-Israelis live to a future Palestinian state for West Bank land.

The slogan, “Ariel for Israel, Umm al-Fahm to Palestine,” was unveiled Thursday. The party’s other slogan is “Tachles, Liberman.” Tachles is a Yiddish expression meaning telling it like it is, and Avigdor Liberman is the party chief.

Terrorism Charges Filed Against Suspects In Torching Of Joint Arab-Jewish School

01/14/2015
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Jerusalem – Additional charges were filed against the suspects in the arson attack on a joint Arab-Jewish school in Jerusalem.

Jimmy Carter: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict A Cause Of Paris Attacks

01/13/2015
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Former President Jimmy Carter said the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was among the factors that led to the deadly attacks last week in Paris.

U.N. Head Sets Date For Palestinian Membership In ICC

01/07/2015
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United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced that Palestine will join the International Criminal Court on April 1.

Roads, Schools Closed In Israel’s North And Jerusalem As Winter Storm Hits

01/07/2015
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Jerusalem — The main roads were closed into Jerusalem as the worst storm of the year gathered strength.

‘You’d Think There Was A War Brewing’

Stocking up on flashlights and generators, Jerusalemites brace for a rare winter storm.

01/07/2015
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Jerusalem — Tuesdays are ordinarily quiet at the Osher Ad supermarket in south Jerusalem, but forecasters’ predictions that the city would receive up to several inches of snow by Thursday and more over the weekend set off a midweek shopping frenzy.

Jerusalem residents worried about snow crowded the Osher Ad supermarket in south Jerusalem. Michele Chabin/JW

Ringleader In Killings Of 3 Israeli Teens Sentenced To 3 Life Terms

01/06/2015
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Jerusalem — The leader of the terrorist cell who kidnapped and murdered three Israeli teenagers in June was sentenced to three life sentences.

U.S. Congress Members Warn Of Repercussions For Palestinian ICC Move

01/02/2015
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Washington — Republican and Democratic lawmakers in Congress said there would be repercussions for the Palestinian Authority in the wake of its joining the International Criminal Court.

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