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World’s Oldest Man, 115, Lives in Israel

Mar 8th, 2010 | By

(Arutz 7) He has trouble seeing, but as one who has repeated the prayers for more than a century, he knows them by heart. David Pur, age 115, continues to pray every day, now in the nursing home to where he moved just three months ago. Pur will soon be visited by an envoy of
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Dire warning: Israel must strike Iran now

Mar 8th, 2010 | By

Tehran will have nukes before U.N., Obama do anything, says diplomat (WorldNetDaily) The only action that can stop Iran from building nuclear weapons is an Israeli strike on Tehran’s nuclear facilities, argued John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. under the Bush administration. Speaking in a radio interview with WND senior reporter Aaron
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“Crimes of Israel” Section Added

Mar 6th, 2010 | By

Your Jerusalem has added a news section called the “Crimes of Israel”. You will not find a news section like this in any other newspaper in Israel. The stated purpose of this section is “to document the crimes, violence and decay of Israeli society so that if another Holocaust-like destruction should come upon the nation,
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Police: Biker killed in Kiryat Ata blast en route to hit

Mar 6th, 2010 | By

(Jerusalem Post) The motorcyclist killed Thursday when his bike exploded in Kiryat Ata was en route to an underworld assassination, police said Friday. The man has been identified as Shimon Twizer, 26, from Kiryat Yam. Police said Twizer had recently been released from prison after serving six years for his involvement in an attempted hit.
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Iran: Bushehr nuclear plant to be ready in spring

Mar 5th, 2010 | By

(Reuters) Iran’s long-delayed Bushehr nuclear plant will be launched within a few months, an Iranian energy official said on Friday. “This plant will be launched according to schedule at the end of the spring and will run the same as the other nuclear plants in the world,” Ali Akbar Saleh, head of Iran’s Atomic Energy
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Haifa restaurant won’t serve uniformed personnel

Mar 4th, 2010 | By

(Jerusalem Post) The Azad Restaurant in Haifa refuses to serve IDF soldiers in uniform, Channel 10 reported on Thursday. The ban on uniformed soldiers was revealed after soldiers who were refused service turned to the channel. The restaurant, owned by Israeli Arabs, said there is no special ban on IDF soldiers, but a general ban
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Jewish World News

Feb 26th, 2010 | By

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Feb 26th, 2010 | By

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