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Israel Moves to Outlaws Palestinian “Guards” on Temple Mount

Israel Moves to Outlaws Palestinian “Guards” on Temple Mount

Today’s Top Stories 1. Haaretz: Israel is moving to outlaw an informal group of Palestinian “guards” at the Temple Mount, and restrict visits by Knesset members and right-wing activists. The guards are called “Mourabitoun” in Arabic, a term used to describe an advance guard meant to protect Islamic holy sites from heretics. Dozens of men

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Turkish Governor Apologizes to Chief Rabbi: What Does It Have to Do With Israel?

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Palestinian Authority denied that it plans to postpone a unilateral statehood push in the UN. Yesterday, the PA’s Foreign Minister, Riad Malki told Maan News that the Palestinians were still seeking support from members of the UN Security Council and waiting for the world to be less preoccupied with the

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Iranian Nuclear Talks Extended

Today’s Top Stories 1. The international nuclear talks with Iran were extended. Negotiators will meet again in December; new deadline for resolving the crisis is March 1, with details to be worked out by the end of June. 2. The Israeli cabinet moved forward legislation defining Israel as a Jewish state. I don’t know what

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Massive Arms Smuggling to Eastern Jerusalem Busted

Today’s Top Stories 1. Santa take note: The IDF busted a massive shipment of tasers and other weapons en route to eastern Jerusalem. The shipping containers were labeled as Christmas decorations but the goodies didn’t reflect peace on earth. The Jerusalem Post writes: Inside the containers police said they found 18,000 fireworks of the restricted 20mm

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10-Year-Old Palestinians Vow to “Fight Till the End”

Today’s Top Stories 1. YNet: Palestinian youths, some as young as nine, rioted in eastern Jerusalem after Israel demolished the home of Abdel-Rahman Shaloudi, who plowed his car into a Jerusalem light rail station. The youths burnt tires, blocking the entrance to Shuafat, and threw stones at the police checkpoint. A number of children aged

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Four Killed in Jerusalem Synagogue Terror Attack

Today’s Top Stories 1. Four worshippers were killed when a pair of Palestinians armed with guns, axes and knives stormed a synagogue in Jerusalem’s Har Nof neighborhood. The two terrorists — both from eastern Jerusalem — were killed in a subsequent shootout with police. Orders were given to demolish the homes of the terrorists. The four – identified as

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Islamists Seek to Split Israel and Its Druze

Today’s Top Stories 1. An Arab bus driver was found hanged in Jerusalem. Police believe Yusuf Hassan al-Ramouni, 32, killed himself. Family members say he was murdered by Jewish extremists. An autopsy is being carried out, but cooler heads didn’t prevail this morning. YNet had clearest coverage. Clashes broke out in At-Tor and Abu Dis following

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Palestinians Turn to Naval Smuggling

Today’s Top Stories 1. Heh: A string of bombings targeting the homes and cars of Fatah officials was actually the work of Hamas — and then the Gaza overlords faked claims of responsibility by ISIS. The Jerusalem Post got this interesting scoop: The intelligence source said such activities may form a pattern of operation conducted

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Hamas Hijacking Gaza Aid?

Today’s Top Stories 1. It’s not yet clear to Israeli police that yesterday’s mosque fire was the work of radical settlers. According to the Times of Israel, the fire doesn’t fit the pattern of a “price tag” attack for several reasons. Then there’s this: Israeli Police were unable to entirely rule out the option that

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Hamas Ranked World’s Second Richest Terror Group

Today’s Top Stories 1. Why isn’t the UNRWA investigating how rockets turned up in its schools? 2. An Israeli security officer was arrested for the death of a Palestinian teen during Nakba day rioting in Beituniya in May. The cop could be charged with murder. According to Haaretz: A breakthrough occurred after the Palestinians provided

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