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Jspace Headline Round Up PM Edition (VIDEO)

By Jspace Staff on 1/18/2012 at 6:03 PM

Categories: Religion, Israel, History

Ground-penetrating radar has uncovered mass graves, helping to prove that Treblinka was a death camp in addition to a transit camp during World War II. [The Jerusalem Post]

Eliyahu Federman uses the recent dispute between Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and his Orthodox colleagues over “Kosher Jesus” to illustrate the dangers of hyperbolic religious metaphor in debate. [Huffington Post]

A group of Israeli hackers nicknamed the IDF-Team crashed the Saudi Arabian and Abu Dhabi stock market websites Tuesday. Intelligence Services Minister Dan Meridor condemned the attack. [Israel Hayom]

The Carmel forest is finally showing signs of recovering from the December 2010 fire. Experts, volunteers and community members reflect on the devastating event. [Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs]

The Jewish National Fund is unveiling a new bike path in Kefar Horesh. [Haaretz]

Theme park Mini Israel allows visitors to interact with all the major landmarks of the Jewish State in miniature. [Israel21C]

Mulet Araro, a 26-year-old Israeli, will finish his three-day walk outside the Knesset as part of today’s demonstration for Ethiopian rights. [Haaretz]

  • Jewish Graves
  • Stock Market
  • Mulet Araro
  • Mini Israel
  • Carmel fire in Israel
  • Israel Bike Path