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Jay Leno visits Israel

Heebonics - Thursday May 22, 2014
The successor to late-night legend Johnny Carson and the now former host of The Tonight Show, comedian Jay Leno arrived in Israel on Tuesday visiting the country for his first time to host the Genesis Prize ceremony today in Jerusalem honouring former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg.

After touching down in the holy land, Leno said he was “deeply honoured” to have been given the opportunity to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

 In the video you, can her Netanyahu thanking the comedian for “many long [and] funny nights" during his long run on the NBC late night talk show.

Woman with comatose husband granted religious divorce

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Rabbinic court finds legal loophole to approve the dissolution of the marriage

Mobile mogul: India sure path to app success

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Don’t sell apps to Google or Facebook, Vikam Jain tells Israelis; they’ll make more money partnering with him

‘Greater Jerusalem’ bill aims to incorporate settlements

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Transportation minister says he’ll advance legislation to make Maale Adumim, Givat Zeev, Gush Ezion, Beitar Illit part of capital

Top Chinese official: Arab boycott fears over

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
From icy aloofness a decade ago, Chinese government and business officials are embracing Israel as a partner

Russia, China veto UN move to refer Syria to ICC

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
More than 60 countries signed on to have Assad government investigated for war crimes, only to have initiative blocked in Security Council

Arrests over ‘Happy’ video highlight Iran rift

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Viral clip and its backlash point to an increasing divide between youth drawn to Western culture and conservatives

Torn between competing ‘claimants,’ Pope faces uphill battle to spread peace on Holy Land visit

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Francis wants to support reconciliation, peace talks, local Christians and more, on a tight, sensitive schedule, where every word and gesture will be scrutinized

Bloomberg to give away $1m. Genesis Prize to fund big ideas based on Jewish values

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Fellowship will be open to anyone aged 20-36; ex-NY mayor, in Jerusalem to accept award, says ‘no one religion has a lock on great people or terrible people’

Palestinian refugees hope pope’s visit raises profile

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Residents of a camp near Bethlehem, which Francis is to briefly tour, want pontiff to help bring international attention to their cause

UCLA students’ Israel visit not wrong, school judges rule

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Jewish groups call for end to harassment by BDS supporters

Palestinian PM said set to head new unity government

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Official says Fatah-Hamas coalition imminent; Rami Hamdallah to be prime minister

Syrian troops break prison siege in Aleppo

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
After a year of deadly clashes in northern city, rebels evacuate following heavy airstrikes

Worrisome surge of extremists likely in European elections

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Polls for Thurs-to-Sat vote indicate a strong showing for Euroskeptic far-right, far-left and anti-establishment parties

Russia demands explanation for Prince Charles’s Hitler remarks

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Moscow denounces comments to Holocaust survivor that Putin’s actions are comparable to those of Nazis

Biden in Cyprus talks on reunification, Russia sanctions

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
US vice president hopes to muster support for economic moves against Moscow in light of Ukraine crisis

Egyptian doctor to stand trial for genital mutilation

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
The Guardian: In landmark case, Raslan Fadl accused of killing a 13-year-old schoolgirl during operation

EU bans poultry imports from settlements

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
European officials tell Israel that they recognize Health Ministry oversight inside the Green Line only

Jews of Europe – vote!

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
As xenophobia appears to be rearing its head across the continent, the EU elections matter more than ever

Kabbalah of Simon Sinek’s “Start with Why” (part one)

Times of Israel - Thursday May 22, 2014
Viewers may not know it, but the ideas presented in the most popular TED video ever are straight out of the Jewish mystical tradition

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