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Full text of UNHRC resolution on Gaza war probe

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Motion passed on Friday by UN Human Rights Council welcomes findings of McGowan Davis commission

Hamas derides Israeli claim that it’s helping IS in Sinai

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Terror group’s spokesman dismisses al-Jazeera interview by top IDF official as ‘silly Israeli propaganda’

IDF, politicians back officer who killed stone-thrower

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Palestinian teen succumbs to wounds; Binyamin Brigade commander ‘acted in self-defense’, says superior

Vote approving UN’s Gaza war probe a case of much talk, few consequences

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Israel will be stung that even Germany backed resolution on a report it considers deeply biased. And there’ll now be a UN General Assembly debate too. Still, things could have been worse

Robert Capa exhibit includes his color photos of young state of Israel

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Budapest museum holds rare showing of legendary Hungarian battlefield photographer’s peacetime images

Silent Britain honors 30 victims of Tunisia beach massacre

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Nationwide moment of remembrance comes a week after deadly assault by IS-linked gunman at holiday resort

‘F*ck the Jews’ scrawled at London Jewish school

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Graffiti found at Simon Marks school as police figures show anti-Semitic crime soaring in UK

Wearable & IoT industry of US & Israel

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Interviews with top figures reveal interesting clues about the future direction of these hot industries

UNHRC backs Israel-bashing Gaza report, with full European support

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
EU nations lament lack of Hamas criticism but approve motion anyway; only US votes against resolution which Jerusalem calls an ‘anti-Israeli manifesto’

Two rockets explode in southern Israel

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Israeli officials believe launch came from Sinai peninsula, though Gaza jihadists claim attack; no casualties or damage

Jihadi dread in the Sinai

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Israel’s papers contemplate unprecedented terror attack by IS-linked group in Egypt, mark one year since Gaza war

Israeli flags not welcome at London rally against anti-Semitism

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Speaking at pluralistic Golders Green Together counter-protest, ahead of a planned neo-Nazi rally, local MP Mike Freer says Israeli flags ‘don’t help’

Two suicide bombings kill 13 in northeastern Nigeria

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Fourth attack in a week as Islamic State-linked Boko Haram steps up assaults

Turkish PM denies plans for imminent intervention in Syria

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Davutoglu refutes media speculation Ankara plans to push IS jihadists back from border, halt advance of Kurdish forces

Iran’s Brad Pitt sorry for pro-gay marriage tweet

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Actor Bahram Radan comes under fire for hailing last week’s landmark US Supreme Court decision

Single-cell breakthroughs let scientists see exactly what we’re all made of

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
In Israel for Broad Institute conference, Eric Lander, pioneer of Human Genome Project, marvels at speed with which ‘new genomics’ opens ways to fight disease

17th of Tammuz: Why do I fast?

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
The eve of the weeks commemorating the Temples’ destruction is a time to love others and connect to the Divine

Get your red hot challah hot dogs for a Jewy July 4

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Since American Independence Day falls on Shabbat this year, Members of the Tribe might be worried about getting their hot dog fix. No longer

IAEA chief says ‘more work needed’ with Iran after visit

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
UN atomic watchdog probing allegations that Iran conducted research work into developing nuclear weapons

Google-owned video game sent players to Nazi camps

Times of Israel - Friday July 3, 2015
Company apologizes for Niantic Labs’ game ‘Ingress,’ which included Auschwitz, Dachau as battle locations

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