Two laborers killed, three injured in four separate work accidents in one day
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Two laborers killed, three injured in four separate work accidents in one day

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Committee member who rejected PM’s request for legal funds says no political pressure
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Committee member who rejected PM’s request for legal funds says no political pressure

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By barring Kahanist, Israel’s supreme court did its job: protecting democracy
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By barring Kahanist, Israel’s supreme court did its job: protecting democracy

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Israel’s top court bans Kahanist leader from election run, okays Arab slates, far-left candidate
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Israel’s top court bans Kahanist leader from election run, okays Arab slates, far-left candidate

Israel’s Supreme Court banned on Sunday Kahanist leader Michael Ben Ari from running in the April 9…

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Israeli soldier killed in West Bank shooting attack, two others seriously wounded
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Israeli soldier killed in West Bank shooting attack, two others seriously wounded

An Israeli soldier, aged 19, was killed and another Israeli man was seriously wounded on…

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A Golda anniversary: How Meir became Israel’s first (and only) female prime minister
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A Golda anniversary: How Meir became Israel’s first (and only) female prime minister

When Levi Eshkol died of a heart attack on February 26, 1969, the Israeli public…

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Hey, you’re talking about my President
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Hey, you’re talking about my President

The hucksters keep coming and the latest craze from the Democrats is a flim-flam man…

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Journalism’s Longest War: The New York Times Versus Zionism and Israel
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Journalism’s Longest War: The New York Times Versus Zionism and Israel

Both Ochs’ religious commitment and his unswerving America First loyalty were dogmatic, and excluded sympathy…

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Israeli who commanded massacre of dozens of Arab captives in 1948 dies at 93
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Israeli who commanded massacre of dozens of Arab captives in 1948 dies at 93

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The Deal of the Century doesn’t stand a chance
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The Deal of the Century doesn’t stand a chance

Under the present circumstances, peace appears more distant than ever in the Holy Land.  There…

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