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At Least 2 Wounded In Stabbing Attack In Jerusalem - Reports

According to the newspaper Haaretz, Israeli police have arrested an attacker who allegedly wounded one person near Damascus Gate and a second near the Hurva Synagogue, in the Old City's Jewish Quarter.
Related topics: Israel, Jerusalem, Police, Syria

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Netanyahu Fails To Form New Government

Haaretz: “The Knesset voted Wednesday night to dissolve itself after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a governing coalition, sending Israel to a new election mere seven weeks after the last one.” “At the heart of...
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel

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Israeli Firm Boasts Of Lowering Turnout

Haaretz: “An Israeli public relations company headed by a settler leader boasted Wednesday that it was behind the Likud initiative to place 1,200 hidden cameras in Arab polling stations on Election Day. The firm added that it was to thank for...

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Incremental Settler Colonialism: Israel To Approves 5,000 New Squatter Units In Palestinian West...

JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — The Israeli Civil Administration is expected to approve 1,427 new illegal settlement units, on Sunday, and to announce plans to construct another 3,500 units next week. Haaretz news outlet reported that the Israeli...
Related topics: Israel, Jerusalem

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The Remains Of Pigs Reveal Ancient Britons Traveled To Sites Around Stonehenge For Huge Feasts...

The remains of an enormous number of pigs have revealed that ancient Britons traveled from Scotland, Wales, and the northern regions of England to attend gigantic celebratory feasts near Stonehenge starting around 4,500 years ago. As Haaretz...

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Idf Strikes Hamas Outpost In Response To Firebomb From Gaza - Reports

On Tuesday, a balloon-borne incendiary device was sent from the Gaza Strip into Israel - this resulted in a fire in the Kissufim Forest near the Gaza border, according to the Haaretz news site.
Related topics: Hamas, Gaza Strip, Palestine, Israel

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Netanyahu Is Working Hard For Racist Party Of ‘david Dukes’ So As To Hold A Rightwing Majority...

Today Barak Ravid, the senior diplomatic reporter for Haaretz, published a series of tweets about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s efforts at coalition-building on the far right. Here is the entire thread: “Prime Minister...
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu

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Gideon Levy Vs Benny Morris – And The Fight For The Soul Of The One-state

For nearly a week now, a fierce ideological fight has been taking place on the pages of the Israeli daily Haaretz, between Israeli historian Benny Morris and Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy. It started with Morris giving a long interview to Ofer...

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It Might Be Aliens. But We Have No Idea What To Do About It.

Abraham Loeb, chair of Harvard’s department of astronomy, recently gave a freewheeling interview to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz in which he defended his hypothesis that a piece of alien technology recently passed through our solar system. “If...
Related topics: Harvard University, Space

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Israel Carried Out Attacks Against Iranian Targets In Syria, Pm Netanyahu Claims

Israel has attacked Iranian weapons depots at the Damascus International Airport in Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said as cited by Haaretz.
Related topics: Israel, Syria, Benjamin Netanyahu, Airports

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Israeli Squatter Attacks Against Palestinian Natives Tripled In 2018

Settler attacks against the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank tripled in 2018, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on Sunday. Israeli settlers carried out at least 482 attacks against Palestinians last year, up from only 140 in 2017, the daily...

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Watch Netanyahu Compare His Prosecution To Severed Arm Of Accused Thief

Israeli newspaper Haaretz earlier reported, citing an anonymous source, that Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit would make a decision on whether to charge the country's prime minister in corruption cases before elections on the 9th of April.
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu

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Airbnb Tries To Have It Both Ways On Those ‘incredibly Complex And Emotional’ — And Illegal...

Yesterday, a Haaretz piece declared in its title: Airbnb Says It Suspends Implementation of West Bank Settlement Ban. I was convinced that Airbnb had backtracked. The article cited a Hebrew statement following a meeting of Airbnb officials with...

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Rona Ramon

Rona Ramon, Widow of Israel's First Astronaut Ilan Ramon, Dies at 54, Haaretz "Rona Ramon, the widow of Israel's first and only astronaut, died of pancreatic cancer Monday at age 54. Ramon's husband, Ilan Ramon, was a crew member on America's 2003...
Related topics: Israel

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Israel Calls Upon Germany To Defund Organizations Showing A Critical Perspective Of Israel

Last week, the German newspaper Die Tageszeitung reported that Israel asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel to stop funding the Jewish Museum in Berlin, among other institutions (cited in Haaretz). The reason behind the demand was the...
Related topics: Israel, Germany, Angela Merkel, Museum, Berlin

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Thank You To Haaretz’s David B. Green For Forcing Me To Research The Arabs In Andalusia

I owe the veteran Haaretz journalist, David B. Green, thanks for forcing me to search the internet for some quick and simple information about the Arabs in Andalusia. I am not a historian and, for decades, my medical and public health education and...

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After Giving $15 Million To Soros Orgs, Usaid Fires Half Of Its West Bank Staff

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced that half of its West Bank and Gaza employees will be let go over the next few weeks, and that operations will completely cease by early 2019, according...
Related topics: George Soros, Usaid, Gaza Strip, Palestine

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Soccer Match Turns Violent After Anti-semitic Chants “killing Jews To Make Soap”

Violence, riots and antisemitic moods have been reported during the soccer match at All Boys stadium in Buenos Aires, Haaretz reported on Saturday.
Related topics: Argentina, Buenos Aires

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Top Chefs Bow Out Of Israel Food Festival Under Bds/ Boycott Pressure

Two leading chefs have pulled out of the Tel Aviv-hosted Round Tables food festival following pressure from the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, reported Haaretz. Gabrielle Hamilton, chef, and owner of the Prune restaurant in New...
Related topics: Israel, Festival, Tel,aviv

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Israeli 'spy' Firm Reportedly Went After Obama Team On Hunt For Iranian Assets

Israeli newspaper Haaretz has carried out an investigation, relying on information from unnamed sources that work or used to work in an Israeli commercial intelligence company, Black Cube.
Related topics: Barack Obama

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