Israel Diplomats Face Ax for Anti-Bibi Tweets — Compared to Renegade Soldiers

Israel’s ambassador to Switzerland and two other diplomats face possible dismissal for Twitter posts seen as critical of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

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7 Pro-Israel Lawmakers Warn Ron Dermer on 'Partisan' Speech by Benjamin Netanyahu

Pro-Israel Democratic lawmakers grilled Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer over Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to address the Republican Congress — some may skip speech.

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Israel's Answer to Hot Chocolate Hits New York

A tiny stall in Union Square is one of the only places in New York you can savor sachlav, the thick milky drink that is Israel’s answer to hot chocolate.

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Comics, Motherhood — and Charlie Hebdo

Miss Lasko-Gross’s poignant ‘Henni’ arrives at a charged moment for cartoons and religion. In the graphic novel the female lead abandons her village in a quest for forbidden knowledge.

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Animation, 'Archer' and the Art of Offending

Cartoons aren’t just for kids anymore. Ezra Glinter writes that animation has long been at the forefront of conversations about race, gender, inequality — and anti-Semitism.

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