PEACE: Gazans Want to Emigrate | Who Secretly Bought Up Jerusalem’s Church Land? | Terrorists Knock Their Socks Off | Homicide on the Highways

PEACE: Gazans Want to Emigrate | Who Secretly Bought Up Jerusalem’s Church Land? | Terrorists Knock Their Socks Off | Homicide on the Highways | Watch Hotoveli Do It Again | Modi in the Sand, Sun and Water |



Ices Asher Schwartz

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Oh Look! A Solution

Poll: Half the Population of Gaza Want to Emigrate

Only 43% of the residents of the Gaza Strip feel personally safe and secure, compared with 53% in the Palestinian Authority. Believe it or not, though, these grim figures mark an improvement: three months ago, 38% of Gazans felt secure and in the PA only 50% did.

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Report: Jerusalem Homeownerson Leased Greek Church LandCould Lose Everything

David Israel
‘Jordanian MPs are talking to the Church, and only those who actually live on the land remain in the dark.’

Economy Minister: Sales to India Helped Exports Cross $100 Billion Threshold

David Israel
Israel-India relations in the field of arms sales date back many years, with Israel being the second largest exporter of arms to India (behind Russia and ahead of the US), and India being the largest arms importer in the world.

Netanyahu, Modi, Meet Thousands of Israeli Indian Olim

Hana Levi Julian
‘Prime Minister, these are the Jews of India. They love India, they love Israel. They love our friendship,’ Netanyahu told Modi.

200 French Jews to Immigrate to Israel Monday

More than 10% of the French Jewish community has immigrated to Israel since the year 2000, half in the past five years alone.

Regavim Official: Homicidal PA Arabs Rule the Highways and Israel Police Can’t Touch Them

‘In the face of Palestinian criminals, the State of Israel has no teeth.’

Palestinian Authority Terrorist ‘Work Accident’ in Judean Arab Village

Jewish Press News Briefs
One operative was killed, three others wounded. The explosion reportedly blew their shoes off.

Trump Warns ‘Something Will Have To Be Done’ About North Korea Missile Threat

Hana Levi Julian
President Trump said Washington considered this week’s ICBM launch a threat and that the United States would “confront it very strongly.”

128-Year-Old Argentinean Says He’s Adolf Hitler

David Israel
Guntherberg’s wife Angela Martinez (they’ve been together 55 years) says her husband suffers from dementia.

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The Yishai Fleisher Show

The Platypus of Torah Portions
Rabbi Mike Feurer joins Rabbi Yishai to discuss this most unusual Torah Portion and together they too push back on the dark energy of death with life! Le’Chaim!

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GOP Congressman Steve Scalise Back in ICU, Listed in Serious Condition
Rep. Scalise was behind the Congressional resolution in January 2017 slamming UN Security Council Resolution 2334 accusing Israel of “flagrant violations” of international law.
Government Introduces Bonuses to Retain Arab Household Staff at Dead Sea Hotels
While huge resources are being invested in the development of Dead Sea beaches and infrastructure to attract more tourists, the hotels are finding it difficult to absorb the increased traffic.
Poll: No Matter Who Wins Labor’s Round 2, Likud Still Way Ahead
One major event could sweep any of the four center-field players into or away from leading or becoming a major partner in a ruling coalition. The battle will be joined at the center, while the right and the left will see only minute changes.
Foreign Ministry Calls UNESCO Vote on Jerusalem ‘Sad, Unnecessary, Pathetic’
“The decision is sad, unnecessary and pathetic… the resolution did not even achieve a majority of the votes.”
Watch Nikki Haley Put North Korea, Trade Partners on Notice at UN Security Council
„Our attitude on trade changes when countries do not take international security threats seriously.”
Netanyahu, Modi to Collaborate Against Terrorism
„PM Netanyahu and I agreed to do much more together to protect our strategic interests, and combat growing radicalization, including in cyberspace.”
No Honeymoon on the Temple Mount
Tom Nisani and Sara Lurcat expect to be banned from visiting the Temple Mount

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PALESTINE FALLING: The Qatar Ultimatum and Fatah’s Rift with Hamas

Israel Rising
Sisi’s meeting with Hamas leadership was not intended to be about saving the movement, but rather preventing an armed conflict between Hamas and Israel.

Mahmoud Abbas’s Particular Anti-Zionist Holocaust Denial

Paul Gherkin
In Abbas’s worldview, Jews had no love or attachment to the Holy Land. They were content with where they lived; they had no connection to Palestine.

FIFA Supporting Terrorism?

Gatestone Institute
Rajoub must be expelled from FIFA. Swift action needs to be taken to oust Rajoub, and pressure should be put on the PA to replace him with a chairman whose passion for sports and sportsmanship is greater than his thirst for blood.

Jibril Rajoub and Palestinian supporters of the Fatah movement marking their 42nd anniversary, back in 2007.

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A Feud For The Ages: A History Of The Jews And The Church (Part II: Rivals Under Rome)

Libi Astaire

Heroes Of The Holocaust

Miriam Lieberman

Cracking The Code: Social Skills Coaching

Rifka Schonfeld

Life Chronicles

Rachel Bluth

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Video of the Day

Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Rips ’60 Minutes Australia’ to PIECES!

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Photo of the Day

Netanyahu, Modi Frolic in the Sun, Sand and Fresh Water

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