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Saudi King Abdullah 'Treasures’ Dagger Gift From Hitler

By Haaretz/chemi shalev

Saudi King Abdullah 'Treasures’ Dagger Gift From Hitler
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah keeps, “treasures” and sometimes shows off a dagger given by Adolf Hitler himself to a visiting Saudi delegation in 1939.Read More


Iranian Jews in the United States Refuse a Meeting With Visiting President Rouhani

By Haaretz/Chemi Shalev

Iranian Jews in the United States Refuse a Meeting With Visiting President Rouhani
The Iranian Jewish community in the U.S. has declined an official invitation to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during his current visit to New York.Read More


Chuck Hagel Nod Could Spark Battle on Israel

By Haaretz/Chemi Shalev

Chuck Hagel Nod Could Spark Battle on Israel
There are increasing indications that U.S. President Barack Obama plans to push ahead with the appointment of former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense, setting the stage for a fierce political confirmation battle in which Israel will play a central role.Read More






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