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Once-“Hidden” Brain Activity Unveiled

Scientific medical assumptions have long been in conflict with a Torah-based view when it comes to defining the end of life. “Brain death” — a diagnosis of irreversible cessation of…

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Strike Watch at Ben Gurion

Unless the courts intervene, Ben Gurion Airport will likely be shut down on Tuesday morning, according to media reports. The threatened strike by workers at the Border Control would close…

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Right Wing Continues Search for Unity

The effort to unify the right-wing parties for the September elections took on a more formal appearance on Thursday as Jewish Home chairman Rabbi Rafi Peretz designated a negotiating team…

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First Grader Saves Life in Karnei Shomron

A first-grader saved the life of another child when he noticed that she had fallen asleep and was accidentally locked in a school bus in Karnei Shomron. The 7-year-old boy…

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Syrian Missiles Fired at Mt. Hermon, Fall Short

Several anti-aircraft missiles were fired at Israel’s Mount Hermon from Syria on Thursday afternoon, the second such incident in less than a a week. “IDF radars identified a number of…

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A Deal Trump and Khamenei Could Make

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, has long maintained that the U.S. will never be satisfied with Iranian concessions until the Islamic Republic itself is conceded. This view informs the…

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EU: We Will Investigate Incitement in Palestinian Schools

The European Union has undertaken to investigate the incitement against Israel in the textbooks of the Palestinian educational system. Yisrael Hayom reports that a spokeswoman for the European Union’s foreign…

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Over 10,000 Palestinians Demonstrate at Gaza Border

Over 10,000 Palestinians demonstrated and rioted along the Gaza border on Wednesday, marking Nakba Day. Rioters threw rocks and attempted to damage the security fence, and smoke from burning tires…

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Gabbay’s Days Are Numbered

Labor party chairman Avi Gabbay’s days are numbered — 180 days at most — as the party chooses a new leader within the next six months. Gabbay, who presided over…

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