Bereft: Mourners at the grave of Shachar Melamed, one of two kibbutzniks killed August 26, 2014.

At Kibbutz Near Gaza, Wounds Are Still Healing 1 Year After War

What happens when a Jewish community’s protectors become the victims of a Hamas mortar attack? At Kibbutz Nirim, grief-stricken families are still finding out one year after the Gaza war.

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3 Israeli-American Children Sent to Juvenile Detention — for Refusing To Talk to Dad

Three Israeli-American siblings were sent to a Detroit area juvenile detention center for refusing to speak to their father, who is embroiled in a bitter custody battle with their mother. Did the judge step over the line?

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Can Hillary Clinton Please Both Pro-Israel Megadonors and Democratic Grassroots?

Hillary Rodham Clinton is openly courting pro-Israel megadonors and vowing to help them fight the BDS movement. How will the Democratic frontrunner also please the party’s grassroots base, which is increasingly cool toward the Jewish state?

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Leader of Christian Zionists Named Head of Campus Anti-BDS Group

Sheldon Adelson’s new anti-BDS campus operation has picked David Brog, the head of the largest Christian Zionist organization, as its first leader.

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Israeli Cop Who Feuded With Rabbi Pinto Commits Suicide

The July 5 suicide of a top Israeli police official is the second high-profile death of a person in conflict with Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto, the controversial and influential Israeli celebrity rabbi.

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