Munich Widow Praises Obama for Support

The widow of an Israeli athlete slain in the 1972 Munich massacre praised President Obama’s decision to join her campaign for a moment of silence at the London Olympic Games.

Levy Report Tests American Consensus

Reaction to Israel’s Levy Commission, which says the Israeli occupation of the West Bank is legal, is threatening to shatter American Jewish consensus on the peace process.


Suicide Bomber Had Fake Michigan ID

A “normal” looking man carrying a fake Michigan driver’s license is suspected in the suicide bombing that killed seven Israelis in Bulgaria.


Rabbi's Death Could Splinter Ultra-Orthodox

Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv’s death raises the question of whether the Haredi community will continue his ultra-conservatism or make some concessions.


Bulgaria Attack Came on Terror Anniversary

The deadly Bulgaria bus bombing came on the 18th anniversary of an attack on a Jewish center in Argentina and amid reports that Hezbollah wanted to avenge a slain leader.

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