The Jerusalem Post Thursday August 9, 2012 Av 21, 5772
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21 Av, 5772
Security forces arrest two suspects in 2000 Ramallah lynch
Police, Shin Bet operation uncovers Hamas terror infrastructure in Ramallah, Binyamin region; two suspects confess to beating death of IDF reservists Yossi Avrahami, Vadim Nurzhitz, police say.
Iran: Abrupt Assad fall would be 'catastrophic'
Iranian FM: Syrian society would be smashed to pieces if Assad falls; analysts: Cracks in regime taking Iran by surprise.
'US, Israeli intel Iran closer than ever'
Barak asserts that despite increased urgency in Washington, decisions about Israel's security will be made in Jerusalem.
First alleged pedophile indicted after police sting
57-year-old Jerusalem man indicted for attempted sexual harassment, attempted sodomy against boy.
Gunmen, Egyptian police trade fire in northern Sinai
Gun battles come in the wake of Islamist attack on an Egyptian military base in Sinai that killed 16 border guards.
'Lebanon-Burgas calls increased days before attack'
Radio rabbi fired over 'heretic' remark
Haredi rabbi fired from radio show for calling national-religious rabbi "a heretic and an idiot."
Family of dead haredi exhumes body, moves grave
Family of man who died 8 years ago complain people buried nearby not religious enough, allowed to move body.
Expert slams study for playing down anti-Semitism
Norweigan study fails to use EU definition of anti-Semitism, Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld says.
Israel’s poorest children are just like regular kids
As parents, we all understand how the summer vacation can be a long and frustrating one if our children aren’t kept occupied. Camp—whether day or sleep-away—often provides the best solution fo...
Egypt bombs 20 suspected terrorists in Sinai
'Sinai terrorists supported from Afghanistan, Iraq'
Hezbollah smuggles high-grade explosives into Israel
IDF believed to be using armed UAVs
A rabbi, a priest and an imam walk into a bar...
Why Iran Should Get the Bomb: the argument “For”
Defending Sheldon Adelson's Support for Mitt Romney
Fasten Your Seat Belt: Diplomacy’s Believe it Or Not
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Environment Ministry will fund NIS 70 million green garbage-to-electricity facilities.
'Reduced solar tariffs can save consumers billions'
Consumers will benefit from lower equipment costs, says utility authority; renewable energy experts demand further assessment.
Herzliya defends plan to build Zvulun promenade
Environmentalists call for assessment by outside body, say ‘city cannot be the one giving itself permission to build.’
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Ironi Kiryat Shmona officially booked its place in the Champions League playoffs.
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