Here are the headlines from ZION news:
- Israeli researchers invented a sarcasm translator for those who have difficulty understanding social cues.
- Jordanian media is saying Israel’s Ambassador Einat Schlein and her staff won’t be allowed back to their embassy in Jordan until Israel guarantees to prosecute the guard who killed two Jordanians in a stabbing attack that took place at the embassy.
- The Israeli government has officially removed all security infrastructure from entrances to the Temple Mount in another effort to diffuse heightened political and religious tension in the region.
- Dr. Mordechai Kedar, Lecturer at Bar Ilan University, spoke at the ILTV studio, further analyzing the ongoing situation at the Temple Mount.
- A new report on terrorism by the United States' State Department is resting almost all of the blame for Palestinian violence on Israel, which is drawing considerable backlash from Jewish and Israeli group.
- Hezbollah is making new gains on the Syrian-Lebanon border. The group has struck a huge blow to jihadi fighters based around the Juroud Arsal Mountains and is now setting its sights on the Islamic State. Both Israeli and American leaders are aware that this is a growing threat to Israel.
- ILTV's Natasha Kirtchuk got an inside look on the development centers at the West Bank where thousands of Palestinians are employed side by side with Israelis.
- The Israeli Prime Minister is demanding that the Arab news network Al-Jazeera completely shut down its offices in Israel. Netanyahu accused Al-Jazeera for purposely inciting violence against Israel.
- Archeologists have unearthed structures dating back to twenty six hundred years ago offering insight into the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem.
- Assaf Blank, CEO and co-founder of Milk-It, spoke at the ILTV studio about this Israeli company which helps businesses with everything milk related. Milk-It measures milk usage, conserving every drop for coffee shops.
- Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "la'akots," written לַעֲקוֹץ, which means "to sting."
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