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03.08.2015
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Khamenei reportedly pens manual on destroying Israel
According to New York Post report, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is author of 416-page book advocating long-term, low-intensity warfare to wear down Israeli Jews and make them leave the country Book calls Holocaust a "propaganda ploy."
 
Dr. Haim Shine | I will not apologize
Media mouthpieces of the socialist Left will not force me to beg for forgiveness for murders committed by serial offenders and wicked individuals.
Dror Eydar | Testing the social elite
Dear rightists, when we are viciously attacked by the Left during its various rallies, our response should be loving kindness. Let them vent.
Yoav Limor | Let the hunters become the hunted
Those involved in Jewish terrorism seek to undermine the rule of law, and it is time to allow law enforcement agencies to target them as they target others.
Pride parade stabbing victim succumbs to her wounds
Parents of Shira Banki, 16, donate her organs "Our lovely flower was taken from us for no reason, for nothing but malice, stupidity and negligence," family says Panel investigates police intelligence failures, findings to be presented in two weeks.
Inbal Ilsar | My angelic friend
Shira Banki was always willing to help and make time for people who were feeling sad.
Israelis mourn pride parade stabbing victim
Memorial ceremonies spring up in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem after Shira Banki, 16, dies of her injuries "We will not allow the abhorrent murderer to undermine the fundamental values upon which Israeli society is based," says PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
Security cabinet backs tougher steps against Jewish terrorists
Ministers to push counterterrorism bill through, amended to include Jewish terrorists Administrative detention among measures approved against suspected Jewish terror operatives Special ministerial forum to head counterterrorism effort.
With tensions high, IDF concerned about terror attacks
Israeli military remains on high alert for Palestinian revenge attacks in wake of Duma incident last Friday Parents of murdered Palestinian toddler still in critical condition in Israeli hospitals Condition of 4-year-old brother improves slightly.
Police to probe incitement against President Rivlin
After President Reuven Rivlin writes Facebook post condemning attack on Palestinian family, extremists respond angrily "I hope another Yigal Amir [Rabin's assassin] emerges and purges you," says one Rivlin's security detail files official complaint.
Wildfire sweeps through hills near Jerusalem
Some 74 acres burn before blaze is extinguished Total of 69 firefighting teams, including 160 staff and volunteers, five Jewish National Fund teams, five Israeli Air Force teams and 13 firefighting planes involved in the effort to put out the fire.
Habayit Hayehudi leader threatens to vote against budget
Finance Ministry budget draft calls for 3.3 billion shekel ($875 million) cut across all ministries Education Minister Naftali Bennett demands that cut to education budget be less than 100 million shekels ($26.5 million), as agreed in coalition deal.
Tel Aviv light rail construction finally gets underway
Excavations begin near Allenby-Yehuda Halevi intersection in central Tel Aviv "This is a historic day," Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz says Construction project to take six years Police warn of traffic jams from Ashdod to Netanya.
Family matters: Lone soldier delighted by parents' surprise visit
Cpl. Darren Cohen, a lone soldier from England, has "the surprise of a lifetime" when his parents show up at a ceremony "Combat service in the IDF is only the first step in my move and integration into Israel. I want to make this my home," he says.
Kerry seeks to ease Arab concerns about Iran deal
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Qatar following Egypt visit "Iran is engaged in destabilizing activities in the region, and that is why it is so important to ensure that Iran's nuclear program remains wholly peaceful," Kerry says.