Neo-Nazis Rally in London While Flying Palestinian Flags

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Two dozen neo-Nazis and Palestinians gather together for an anti-Semitic rally in London displaying their hateful banners & Palestinian flags.

By Ari Sofer, Matt Wanderman

 

An anti-Semitic neo-Nazi rally was held in central London Saturday, amid tight security and after weeks of speculation and tensions.

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But after a dramatic build up the anti-Semitic initiative turned out to be a damp squib. Some two dozen Nazi demonstrators were vastly outnumbered by around 200 Jewish and anti-fascist counter-protesters, and a phalanx of police officers deployed to ensure no violence erupted.

The demonstrators emphasized their hatred of Jews by carrying Palestinian flags.

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Israeli Scientists Measure Sniff-Response In Children to Detect Autism

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Rehovot researchers discover breathing response to foul & pleasant scents in children with autism are different than other children.

By i24news

 

A team of Israeli scientists has discovered autistic children’s unique sniffing habits may help doctors diagnose the condition at a much younger age than was previously possible.

Young girl smelling flower – Photo: AFP/Marty Melville

Doctoral student Liron Rozenkrantz and Professor Noam Sobel of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot believe the key to detecting autism in children may be reliant on the latter’s response to pleasant and unpleasant odors.

The study, titled “A Mechanistic Link between Olfaction and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” examines internal action models (IAMs), brain templates for sensory-motor coordination based on sensory reactions. Continue Reading »

Saudi Prince calls on Arabs “to desist their absurd hostility toward Jewish people”

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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sends media tycoon to open direct dialogue with Israel for building amicable ties.

By AWD news

 

The Saudi multi-millionaire media tycoon, prince Talal Bin Waleed, has urged all Arab nations to give up their acrimonious stance toward the Jewish nation and instead continue to strive for a more peaceful , prosperous and homogenous Middle-East.

Saudi Prince Talal

The controversial Saudi prince Talal has openly declared his intention to embark a seven-day pilgrimage to Holy Land and pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque — the third holiest site in Islam located in the Old City of Jerusalem– , reported Okaz , the Arabic Saudi Arabian daily on Thursday. Continue Reading »

UNRWA Schools, Used by Hamas to Indoctrinate Future Terrorists, Goes Bankrupt

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UNRWA announces it may have to close 700 schools – that Hamas also used to train & indoctrinate a new generation of Gaza children into terrorism, because of its $101 million deficit.

By Dalit Halevy

 

UNRWA, the UN body tasked with aiding “Palestinian refugees,” has warned that it may have to close its schools as it goes bankrupt after years of falling into debt.

UNRWA school in Gaza damaged from Israeli retaliatory fire after rockets were fired at Israeli civilians. – Photo: REUTERS

Adnan Abu Hasna, UNRWA media adviser, said that the financial deficit may cause the body to close 700 schools in Gaza, Judea and Samaria, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan at the start of the next school year. Continue Reading »

UN Human Rights Council Ratifies Biased Protective Edge Report

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Israel’s UN envoy condemns decision, calls widely adopted resolution ‘an anti-Israeli manifesto’ which ignores multiple int’l law violations by Hamas.

By Itamar Eichner

 

The UN Human Rights Council on Friday voted to adopt a report made by a UN inquiry commission on Operation Protective Edge in Gaza last summer, calling on Israel and the Palestinians to prosecute alleged war crimes and to cooperate with the International Criminal Court’s preliminary investigation. 

The UN Human Rights Council discussing the report – Photo: Reuters

The UN Human Rights Council discussing the report – Photo: Reuters

Forty-one countries voted in favor of adopting the report, five abstained – India, Kenya, Ethiopia, Paraguay, Macedonia – and only one, the United States, voted against, saying it was biased against Israel. Continue Reading »

Southern Israel Hit By Rocket from Egypt

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Jihadists in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula fire rocket that explodes in southern Israel, forcing residents into bomb shelters.

By Ari Soffer

 

A rocket fired from Egypt exploded in southern Israel’s Gaza belt region Friday afternoon.

Israelis take cover in rocket shelter (file)Israelis take cover in rocket shelter (file) – Photo: Hadas Parush/Flash 90

Residents of the area were forced into rocket shelters after sirens sounded at approximately 4:20 p.m.  No damage or injuries has been reported.

The IDF temporarily closed Route 12 as a “security precaution.”

Unlike other recent rocket attacks, which have broken the relative calm since the truce signed between Israel and terrorist groups in Gaza, this attack did not come from the Gaza Strip but from within Egyptian territory.

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Palestinian Punk Picked on Wrong Soldier – Shot Dead After Hurling Rocks at Car

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IDF reports: Following warning shots into the air, IDF Commander shot Palestinian dead after his vehicle was being ambushed in the West Bank.

By JPOST.COM STAFF, NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA

 

In response to being pelted with stones, a brigade commander in the IDF’s Judea and Samaria Division shot and killed a Palestinian on Friday morning.

Smashed windshield of IDF vehicle. – Photo courtesy: IDF SPOKESMAN’S UNIT

Palestinian rioters began throwing stones at  Col. Israel Shomer’s vehicle and in response, after firing warning shots he opened fire and killed one of them. The victim was identified as a seventeen-year-old named Muhammad al-Casba. Continue Reading »

UNRWA chief in Gaza: A year after war’s end, the Strip’s reconstruction to begin

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The process of rebuilding was delayed when restrictions were imposed by Palestinian Authority to prevent Hamas ‘skimming’, however UNRWA boss in Gaza hopeful construction can begin soon.

By Reuters

 

Robert Turner has no quick and easy answer when asked to name the worst of times in his three years running the United Nation’s relief effort in Gaza.

Hundreds of truckloads of goods each day enter Gaza – Photo: Yoav Zitun

“The worst day? It will be hard to rank the worst day,” the Canadian diplomat told Reuters as he prepares to leave Gaza, where two-thirds of the 1.8 million people receive some form of aid.

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Israeli Expert: Egyptian Forces ‘Unsuccessful’, IDF May Have to Engage ISIS

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Israeli political analysis & ex-ambassador believes the IDF will have to beat ISIS, since the Egyptians are unable do it.

By Yaakov Levi

 

Israel’s former ambassador to Egypt, Zvi Mazel, currently a researcher at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), believes that the Egyptian army is not going to be able to successfully fight ISIS. In the end, he believes, the IDF is going to have to do the job.

Ambassador Tzvi Mazel – Photo: Hezki Ezra, Arutz Sheva

“The Egyptian army has not collapsed, and it is very large, with 600,000 soldiers,” said Mazel. “But for two years they have been fighting guerrillas in Sinai, unsuccessfully. Continue Reading »

Israel Security Services Arrest Hamas Terror Cell in Nablus

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Israel’s Shin Bet says more than 40 suspects have been arrested for allegedly forming an extensive terrorist network to facilitate attacks on Jews across Judea & Samaria.

By Lilach Shoval & Israel Hayom Staff

 

More than 40 Palestinians suspected of being Hamas operatives seeking to establish terrorist infrastructures in Judea and Samaria have been arrested over the past few months, the Shin Bet security agency revealed Wednesday.

Shin Bet says Hamas increasing efforts to establish infrastructure in Judea and Samaria [Illustrative] – Photo: Reuters

#BDSfail: Bon Jovi ignores pressure from Palestinian groups to boycott Israel

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Bon Jovi ignores an online petition created by the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic & Cultural Boycott of Israel urging him to “reconsider his upcoming concert in apartheid Israel.”

By ROSIE PERPER

 

A Palestinian group has created an online petition urging Bon Jovi to “reconsider his upcoming concert in apartheid Israel,” which is scheduled for October 3rd in Tel Aviv.

Canadian railway giant unconcerned with boycott politics against Israel

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Canadian transportation giant  has no problem with Israeli trains going beyond the Green Line, does not support the int’l boycott against Israel.

By Ofer Petersburg

 

Dr. Lutz Bertling, the president and chief operating officer of Canadian company Bombardier’s transportation division, told Mamon that his company does not support the international boycott against Israel.

Double-deck coaches have been a success at Israel Railways – Photo: Roee Zukerman

For over a decade now, Canadian multinational aerospace and transportation company Bombardier has been the leading foreign investor in Israeli transportation. Now, however, Chinese companies are threatening to eat into its activities in the railway field in Israel. 

Bombardier is considered one of the world’s largest manufacturers of railway equipment, and operates in 141 countries. Continue Reading »

IDF General Says Hamas Assisted in ISIS Sinai Strike Killing Egyptian Forces 

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Maj. Gen. Mordechai reported in an Al Jazeera interview that Israel has clear information showing Hamas worked with ISIS in savage attack on Egyptian security personal.

By Arutz Sheva staff

 

Israel said Thursday that Hamas was actively assisting the ISIS terrorist militia that killed over 70 Egyptian soldiers in a multi-pronged attack Wednesday.

Hamas smuggling tunnel into Sinai – Photo: Flash 90

“We have clear informatin that Hamas supports the Walayat Sinai organization, which belongs to ISIS,” Major General Yoav Mordechai said, in an Arabic-language interview for Al Jazeera.

“In the latest attacks, Hamas gave assistance in the form of weapons and organization to the group that supports ISIS,” he accused. Continue Reading »

Free Syrian Army: The fight is increasingly against Iran

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Interview with Revolutionary Command Council spokesman in Quneitra & Golan, detailing FSA struggle near Israel’s border.

 

“The current military situation in the Quneitra area has resulted in the Syrian regime forces being cut off under blows from the opposition, and we are turning toward an active system of defense and attack instead of hunkering down,” Ayas Ghalib, director of the political bureau of the Revolutionary Command Council in Quneitra and Golan, told The Jerusalem Post in an email interview.

Smoke rises following an explosion on the Syrian side near the Quneitra border crossing between the Golan Heights and Syria, August 29, 2014.

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Canada & Israel partner to explore medical frontiers in shared research projects

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The 7-year, $35 million program will fund up to 30 research projects involving researchers from Israel & Canada with an initial focus on the neurosciences.

By Ynet news

 

Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver announced this week on behalf Health Minister Rona Ambrose that Canada and Israel are teaming up on a bold new research effort to improve understanding of human health and disease.

A bold new research effort to improve understanding of human health and disease – Photo: Index Open

Minister Oliver was joined by Israeli Ambassador to Canada Rafael Barak, Dr. Naomi Azrieli, chair and CEO of the Azrieli Foundation, Dr. Continue Reading »