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The Democrats have an Israel problem — and it’s not Ilhan Omar - The Washington Post
The Democrats have an Israel problem — and it’s not Ilhan Omar  The Washington Post

The Israeli prime minister has openly embraced the Republican Party and has helped create a partisan divide in the U.S..

Niger man deported by Israel marooned in Ethiopian airport - BBC News
Niger man deported by Israel marooned in Ethiopian airport  BBC News

A man from Niger expelled from Israel has been stranded at an airport in Ethiopia since November.

Israel to withhold millions of dollars in Palestinian funds - Aljazeera.com
Israel to withhold millions of dollars in Palestinian funds  Aljazeera.com

Israel shrinks tax payments to Palestinian Authority equivalent to stipends paid to families of Palestinian attackers.

Polish PM Cancels Israel Visit Amid Holocaust Tensions - TIME
Polish PM Cancels Israel Visit Amid Holocaust Tensions  TIME

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki canceled his Israel trip after Netanyahu made a comment on Poland's involvement in the Holocaust.

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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166652073/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7825/40166652073_484570bc53_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166554323/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7838/40166554323_1538894dcb_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166554313/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7811/40166554313_91d48d3fac_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
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<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166554303/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7897/40166554303_5705b6b5e9_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166476213/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7878/40166476213_23f7636925_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>			<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/people/shalva1948/">Shalva1948</a> posted a photo:</p>
	
<p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/shalva1948/40166476163/" title="Apollonia National Park"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7821/40166476163_1378b12f3d_m.jpg" width="240" height="180" alt="Apollonia National Park" /></a></p>

<p>Apollonia was an ancient city in Hellenistic and Roman Judea, in the Byzantine period renamed to Sozusa. It was situated on a cliff above the Mediterranean Sea, about 34 kilometres south of Caesarea.<br />
It fell to the Muslim conquest in 640 and was fortified against Byzantine attacks and became known as Arsuf. In 1101 it was conquered by the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, and was a strategically important stronghold in the Third Crusade, during which the Battle of Arsuf (1191) was fought nearby. The fortified city and the castle fell to the Mamluks in 1265, when both were completely destroyed.<br />
The site of Arsuf (Tel Arshaf; also Apollonia–Arsuf ) is now in Herzliya municipality, Israel (just north of Tel Aviv). The site was intensively excavated from 1994. In 2002 Apollonia National Park was opened to the public.</p>
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