Watch: Thousands at Western Wall on Yom Kippur eve

Thousands of worshipers say 'selichot' at Western Wall complex ahead of Yom Kippur. Watch.

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Russian military plane vanishes from radar off Syria

An aircraft with 14 people on board has disappeared from radar screens, Russia's defence ministry says ...
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‘May everyone have a touch of Ari Fuld’s love for Israel’

Arutz Sheva speaks with Ari Abramowitz of The Land of Israel Network on the impact of Ari Fuld, murdered in ...
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Is the PA on the verge of collapse?

Dr. Martin Sherman speaks at ILTV Studio about Israel's options for if and when the PA should collapse

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Russian military aircraft ‘disappears’ during Syria strike attributed to Israel, France

Russian state media reports spy-plane vanished from radar screens while France and Israel allegedly attacked targets in Latakia ■ U.S ...
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PA official: Don’t hold Eurovision in Israel

PA official in charge of cultural affairs says holding Eurovision in Israel “whitewashes the Israeli occupation”.

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Swedish PM condemns attempted arson attack at synagogue as three arrested

Swedish PM condemns attempted arson attack at synagogue as three arrestedThree people were arrested early on Sunday after an attempted arson attack at a synagogue in the Swedish city of Gothenburg, prosecutors said. There were no reports of injuries and the fire did not reach the synagogue or an adjacent meeting house where Jewish youths had gathered when the attack took place late on Saturday, Swedish media reported. Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said in a statement he was outraged by the attack.


Israel, Turkey leaders trade insults over US Jerusalem decision

Israel, Turkey leaders trade insults over US Jerusalem decisionRelations between Israel and Turkey took a bitter turn Sunday as their leaders traded accusations of involvement in terrorism, days after the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would fight against the controversial declaration, describing Israel as a “terrorist state” that kills children, in a speech in Istanbul. Hours later Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit back, calling his counterpart a leader who bombs Kurdish villagers and supports terrorists, during an official visit to Paris.


Britain must designate its marine territories as 'bluebelt' to protect oceans and wildlife 

Britain must designate its marine territories as 'bluebelt' to protect oceans and wildlife Britain must designate its overseas territories as ‘bluebelt’ to help protect wildlife and prevent plastic pollution entering the oceans, campaigners have said. Following the final episode of Blue Planet II which showed the devastating impact of humans on the world’s seas, the Great British Oceans coalition called on the government to safeguard its remote marine zones, which are home to some of the world’s most endangered species. Already 133 MPs have backed the campaign to create 1.5 million square miles of protected ‘bluebelt’ around seven British overseas territories which contain the breeding grounds for a quarter of the world’s penguins, and one third of the world’s albatrosses. The proposed zone would cover Ascension Island, South Georgia, Saint Helena, Tristan da Cunha and the South Sandwich Islands, in the south Atlantic, as well as the British Antarctic Territory, the British Indian Ocean Territory and Pitcairn Islands in the southern Pacific. It would be the world’s biggest network of ocean sanctuaries. Plastic pollution in the oceans, as shown on Blue Planet II Credit: BBC In last night’s Blue Planet II, viewers saw the regurgitated stomach contents of a South Georgian albatros which had probably been fed plastic bags by its mother. Another bird had died after a plastic toothpick had penetrated its stomach. Each year more than 300 million tons of plastic are produced globally, and 10 per cent will end up in the sea. It is estimated that there is now a 1:2 ratio of plastic to plankton and, left unchecked, plastic will outweigh fish by 2050. A separate campaign, which also launches today, led by the Marine Conservation Society, Surfers Against Sewage, the High Seas Alliance and the Deep Sea Conservation Coalition, is calling for at least 30 per cent of global ocean to be designated as marine sanctuaries. Love penguins & turtles & sharks & coral & wonderful marine life in general? Contact your MP easily via our website & ask them to #BackTheBlueBelt & protect 4million km2 of ocean https://t.co/0dt0giYeSnpic.twitter.com/mPDlKeRhfM— Great British Oceans (@GBOceans) November 24, 2017 Sandy Luk of the Marine Conservation Society said: “We have found a growing tide of plastic pollution on UK shores, and must act now to stem that tide. “The UK's influence on the waters of all of the world's ocean is immense, and we call on UK governments to show leadership at this crucial moment to protect some of the natural jewels of our fragile blue planet.” Huge amounts of plastic waste enter the oceans each year  Credit: BBC Designating areas ‘bluebelt’ or Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), would restrict human activity such as tourism, oil and gas mining, the use of sonar, ship transit and fishing. Willie Mackenzie, of Greenpeace said ”Blue Planet II has reminded us all of the wonder and awesomeness of the world’s marine life all over again, from diving the depths of the icy Antarctic to showing us an inventive octopus wearing a shell-suit. “We now have a fantastic opportunity to create a lasting legacy for our shared blue planet. That’s why we’re calling on our governments to step up, suit up, and be the champions our global ocean so desperately needs”. The campaign #BackTheBlueBelt has been launched by a coalition including Greenpeace, the Marine Conservation Society, The Pew Trusts, RSPB and Zoological Society of London, and is backed by naturalist Chris Packham, Stephen Fry, Cara Delevingne and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.