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The show’s main character rejoins his old unit in an effort to capture a notorious terrorist.

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Israel risks sparking a “religious war” over attempts to increase security at Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, the head of the Arab League has said.

Though Israel may be small in size, it has plenty of fodder for great TV: wars, terrorism, religious tensions.

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Srugim, which dealt with controversial issues in the Religious Zionist society in Israel, caused a public uproar within that sector.

It enjoyed high ratings, from both the religious and non-religious sects in Israel, Yifat and Hodaya, who went to an all-girls school together, now share an apartment in Katamon, the hub of religious singles' social life in Jerusalem.