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The killing of Ali Saad Dawabsha will not be the last

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Op-Ed: Friday’s murderous arson attack was not the first of its kind, as I can personally testify. And the perpetrators are confident nobody is going to stop them

After baby killed in arson, Hamas urges lone-wolf attacks on Israelis

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
PA foreign minister demands international travel ban on Jewish settlers in wake of ‘terrorist crime’

Jerusalem gay pride stabber found fit to stand trial

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Court extends Yishai Schlissel’s remand by 12 days; he refuses legal counsel

We are at war

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
The enemy comes from within, from those who are traitors to the very idea on which the State of Israel was founded

An end to mail domination, as Israel seals collection boxes

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
The Postal Authority says it’s changing ‘to improve our service.’ Just don’t actually try to mail a letter

We march despite all the Schlissels

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
The Jerusalem Pride Parade is an antidote to the needless shame that Gay people have had to endure

Jordan pans ‘ugly’ arson attack, holds Israel responsible

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Amman says crime that killed Palestinian toddler could have been avoided if Jerusalem hadn’t ‘turned its back on peace’

Alleged Jewish terrorists help the Islamists achieve their goals

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Hamas has long been trying to stir up anti-Israel protest in the West Bank, without success. The terror attack at Duma may change that

Netanyahu orders PA be updated on Israeli efforts to find arsonists

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
PM speaks to security chiefs as search efforts for attackers continue; army on high alert in West Bank

Congress goes on break, pausing debate on Iran deal

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Lawmakers head out for five-week vacation; when they return, nuclear deal to top the agenda

Jon Medved and Lisa Barkan share insights on Jerusalem’s startup ecosystem

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
For those seeking a home for their start-up, Jerusalem beckons.

Cyber-boom or cyber-bubble?

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
The Economist: As Israeli arms exports fell, it’s cyber-security exports increased. Is this a sustainable business?

Jason Segel describes childhood as Jewish outsider

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
‘At Christian school you’re the Jewish kid, and at Hebrew school you’re the Christian kid,’ says actor from mixed-religion family

PA: Israel responsible for baby’s death, will take to ICC

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Spokesman says Jerusalem’s support for settlements drove attack; urges international community to respond

PM condemns ‘horrific, heinous terror attack’ on Palestinians

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Army beefing up West Bank presence in fear of riots after baby burned to death, apparently by Jewish terrorists; politicians denounce attack; Lapid: We’re at war with an enemy within

After pride parade stabbing, Zionist Union MK comes out

Times of Israel - Friday July 31, 2015
Knesset member Itzik Shmuli says attack targeted ‘my community,’ maintains he can’t ‘be silent any longer’

Palestinian infant killed in apparent Jewish arson attack

Times of Israel - Thursday July 30, 2015
Family’s home set on fire near Nablus; Hebrew graffiti on walls calls for ‘Revenge'; IDF condemns ‘terror attack’

Woody Allen opens up about young wife

Times of Israel - Thursday July 30, 2015
In unusually candid comments, director says he was a ‘paternal’ figure to Soon-Yi Previn before beginning controversial relationship with her

UK leader comes under fire for remarks on migrants

Times of Israel - Thursday July 30, 2015
Cameron’s use of the word ‘swarm’ to refer to flow of illegal aliens brings accusations of dehumanizing language

When Hitler Youth summered near Long Island

Times of Israel - Thursday July 30, 2015
Throughout the 1930s, 19 German-American Bund summer camps operated across North America to indoctrinate youth with Nazi ideology

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