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Settlers Vow To Continue Gaza March

By Forward Staff, Wire Services; With Reporting by Ha’aretz and the Jta.

KFAR MAIMON, Israel — Days of clashes between anti-disengagement protesters and Israeli police and soldiers ended in an uneasy standoff at midweek, with protesters vowing to continue an illegal march toward Gaza that police just as firmly vowed to prevent.Some 20,000 protesters set out Monday from the Negev town of Netivot, aiming to reach theRead More


GOP Swings at Soros Over Baseball Bid

By Forward Staff; With Reporting by E.J. Kessler and the Jta.

In the latest GOP attack on George Soros, Republicans are trying to dissuade Major League Baseball from selling the Washington Nationals to an ownership group linked to the billionaire financier — with one lawmaker appearing to paint Soros as a foreigner who is unwelcome in Washington.The controversy started last week when several Republicans,Read More






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