Business Students Get View of Protests

As protests engulfed the streets of Tel Aviv, a small group of American Jewish students witnessed the commotion from a unique vantage point: the Israeli business world.

After Release, Gilad Shalit Faces Struggle

Gilad Shalit is free after five years of captivity. Experts and POW’s who have been in his shoes say it won’t be easy for him to return to any sort of normal life.


Walking Streets of Jaffa to Promote One-State Solution

Jews lived in peace in Jaffa for centuries alongside Muslims and Christians. Despite recent sectarian attacks there, some see the city as a model for a ‘one-state’ solution to Israel’s problems.


JCPA Wades Into Debate on Use of Civil Rights Law

Divisions are growing sharper within the Jewish community over efforts to use federal civil rights laws to sanction some forms of anti-Israel activity on campus.


More Suspects Charged in Claims Conference Fraud

Eight more suspects have been charged with taking part in a multimillion dollar fraud against the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, authorities announced today.

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