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The UNESCO Israel Quiz (Part 1)

UPDATE 8 am Israeli time Saturday: From late yesterday afternoon and evening–three Israeli Border Guards had to be taken to the hospital after being injured by “rock throwing” Palestinian and international lawbreakers near Kedumim. Two people were stabbed by an … Continue reading

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