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    • Pardon

    Bibi: Pardon soldier who shot downed Palestinian

    Jan 05, 2017 2 Comments
    Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday called for a pardon for Israeli soldier, Elor Azaria, pictured in court this Wednesday. Azaria shot a neutralised terrorist in Hebron almost a year ago and was this week was found guilty of manslaughter.
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    'Mein Kampf' reprint takes Germany by storm

    Jan 05, 2017 2 Comments
    Reuters reports that sales of Adolf Hitler's ‘Mein Kampf’ have soared since a special edition of the Nazi leader's political treatise went on sale in Germany a year ago. This is not particularly surprising given the wave of xenophobia spreading in Germany, the rest of Europe and globally. The new edition is the first reprint since WWII, and was released last year after the book’s 70-year copyright.
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    US Senate/Congress weigh in on embassy move

    Jan 05, 2017 1 Comment
    Three Republican Party senators reintroduced legislation that recognises Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel and relocates the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. They were joined by Congress and hope to obligate president to move the embassy to Jerusalem. But the State Department will not assist lawmakers in their efforts.
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    Too many revellers at Chanukah party

    Jan 05, 2017 Go comment!
    Johannesburg’s Jewish community took last week’s JR Online story: “Leave your wallet at home for Chanukah party” so seriously that the party was inundated by over one thousand guests! Pictured is a young lad deeply concentrating on his colouring-in project while eating a donut.
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    Pretoria Jewry entered into the festive spirit

    Jan 05, 2017 1 Comment
    For those who did not go down to the sea – which includes the 85 residents and also many members of staff of JAFFA retirement home in Bailey’s Muckleneuk, Pretoria - there was lots to see and do in the still-bustling capital city.
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