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Issue: Israel's Jewish Identity. What Does it Mean?
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PA: Made "Generous" Offer; Israel: "Bring it to the Table"
The Tunnel Trap -- Beware! Political Futures Inside
Wounded Israeli Soldiers Recover in Hospitals
Rocket fire paralyzes life in Ashkelon
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Gaza Fighting Affects Mood in West Bank
Behind the Tunnels with IDF Spokesman
UNRWA warns of a growing humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
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Israeli Officers Learn to Fight Cyber-War
by Linda Gradstein on Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Algorithms and software become weapons of choice [Rishon Letzion, Israel] – Galit tosses her dark braid over her shoulder and smiles. “I’m a lieutenant in Israeli intelligence and I work as a software engineer developing information systems,” the 24-year old soldier told The Media Line. Because of army regulations her last name cannot be published, nor could she be photographed. Galit was accompanied to the interview by four representatives of the army spokesman’s office, who came to make sure.....

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Israeli Engineering Students Look to Go Commercial
by Linda Gradstein on Monday, August 18, 2014

High-Tech Companies Come Scouting for Ideas [Beersheva, Israel] – The eager students and their projects are all over campus – some with posters, some with models, and some with prototypes. “This system works in conjunction with your air conditioning system,” Idan Admon, a student in electrical engineering told The Media Line enthusiastically as the vents of an air conditioner followed him as he moved. “How many times have you left the air conditioner on and left the room? This.....

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Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister: No Difference between Hamas and ISIS
by Felice Friedson on Thursday, August 14, 2014

Tzachi Hanegbi disappointed, not surprised, at allies’ criticism of Israeli war tactics [JERUSALEM]  Tzachi Hanegbi, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, is a former head of the parliament’s influential Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. Hanegbi spoke with The Media Line some 35 days after Israel launched its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip, Operation Protective Edge. At the time of this interview, it is day one of a 72-hour cease fire which began with the firing of scores of rockets.....

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Israeli Street Fair Supports Southern Businesses
by Linda Gradstein on Monday, August 11, 2014

Israelis Open their Wallets David and Rachel Moshe from Ashdod, a coastal Mediterranean city where hundreds of Hamas-fired rockets have landed over the past month of fighting, have a business decorating wedding halls. But since July 8, most of the weddings in Ashdod have been delayed. The Israeli government has not allowed gatherings of more than 300 people fearing that a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip could be even more dangerous if it falls in a large.....

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Official Calls Major Academic Boycott an "Oxymoron"
by Abdullah H. Erakat on Monday, August 11, 2014

Large new list of academics supporting anti-Israel boycott major win for BDS The announcement by more than one hundred international academics that they have joined the ranks of those advocating a boycott of the state of Israel is being hailed as a victory by the “BDS” [boycott, divestment and sanctions] movement. Spurred-on by the horrific images of the ongoing fighting in the Gaza Strip, news of the new action was a blow to Israel’s insistence that the devastation.....

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US Citizen Killed in Egypt
by Sherif Elhelwa on Thursday, August 07, 2014

Growing Jihadist Violence in Neighboring Libya Threatens Stability An American citizen, who worked for the Apache Oil Corporation in Egypt, was killed in an apparent car jacking in Egypt’s western desert as he traveled between production facilities on the highway between Egypt and Libya this week. Witnesses said men in Bedouin dress stopped the US citizen, forced him from the car, shot him and drove off. “An employee was the victim of an apparent car jacking during which he.....

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Abbas's Political Power Seen as Gaza War Casualty
by Abdullah H. Erakat on Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Hamas political gains not seen as sustainable post-war WEST BANK – Prior to the outbreak of the 29-day war between Israel and Hamas and despite the failure of US Secretary of State John Kerry’s peace initiative, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly was a happy camper having survived unscathed in the blame-game. Arguably, and fortunately for Abbas, in the eyes of most, the Kerry mission imploded when Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reneged on his agreement to release.....

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Wounded Palestinians from Gaza in Jerusalem Hospitals
by Linda Gradstein on Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Anger, Fear, Sadness Mingle in Corridors Yaman Abu Jaber, 3, lies crying on a bed in Makassad hospital in east Jerusalem. He has stitches in his head and first-degree burns from shrapnel on most of his body. He is the sole survivor of an Israeli F-16 air strike on his home in the Burej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip that killed 18 members of his extended family on July 28. Yaman has a younger sister, who.....

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Canadian Parliamentarians Join Jerusalem Rally
by Felice Friedson on Thursday, July 31, 2014

Canada-Israel Rally draws hundreds of locals and visitors [Jerusalem] – Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat praised the Canada-Israel solidarity gathering as “the first big mission since [former New York] Mayor Michael Bloomberg,” which according to the mayor, demonstrated “who the best friend of Israel is.” Several hundred Canadians: some living and some visiting in Israel; some who boarded a plane at a moment’s notice to “Stand with Israel” (in the words of the evening’s title); and some parliamentarians already.....

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Hamas Back in the Center of Things
by Linda Gradstein on Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Not Clear if Hamas is Stronger or Weaker Today Hamas gunmen killed three Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip today, raising the total number of soldiers killed to 56 since the fighting began July 8. According to the army, the soldiers uncovered a tunnel shaft in a residence in southern Gaza. Both the tunnel and the house were booby –trapped and exploded. From Hamas’s point of view it was another in the string of military successes they have.....

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