Israeli, Lebanese and U.N. military officers will meet on Monday to defuse tension after a “rogue” Lebanese soldier shot dead an Israeli soldier the day before, Israel’s defence minister said.
An Israeli soldier was killed on Sunday when a Lebanese sniper opened fire in a normally quiet area of the border between the two countries, and a U.N. peacekeeping force said it was working with both sides to keep the incident from escalating.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan told rapper Kanye West not to apologize or bow to pressure over remarks that were called “classic anti-Semitism” by the Anti-Defamation League.5
A Knesset committee approved a bill that would heavily tax foreign donations to organizations that call for a boycott of Israel.5
In an overcrowded conference room in the heart of Paris’ 14th arrondissement, a hundred French Jews are losing their patience.
A conference commemorating the effects of the Holocaust on Tunisian Jews is being held in Tunis.
Esther is a 22-year-old graduate of an unusual makeup course. It is designed for ultra-Orthodox girls and women who have been removed from their homes due to sexual or other violence.3
Andrea Zunino, spokesman for the Forconi, or Pitchforks Movement, which spearheaded widespread anti-government and anti-austerity protests in Italy last week, made the comment in an interview with La Repubblica newspaper Friday.
Some 14,000 Israeli households remained without power in the wake of what is being called Israel’s worst snowstorm in decades.
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