Budget-strapped Israel is pressing the United States to conclude a deal extending defence aid beyond 2017, when Washington’s current $3 billion annual payouts to its Middle East ally expire, officials said on Friday.
Its maiden voyage is months away and will only take a couple of hours, but the Jewish boat of Amsterdam’s annual gay parade-on-the-canals is already making international waves.
Israeli and Palestinian leaders were unwilling to make the “gut-wrenching” compromises needed for peace, a top U.S. official said on Thursday, faulting both sides for the collapse of talks last month.5
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
He was GR-R-R-REAT at that low-timbered voice for the iconic Tony the Tiger. But now Kellogg’s is looking for someone to fill his shoes. Lee Marshall the voice behind the mascot, died at 64.
Sarah Silverman’s brother-in-law, U.S.-born entrepreneur Yosef Abramowitz, announced today that he is throwing his name into the ring for Israel’s upcoming presidential race.
An incumbent Republican North Carolina congressman backed by J Street defeated a primary challenger who had been backed by pro-Israel conservatives.
A book fair in Abu Dhabi removed copies of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” among other anti-Semitic texts, the U.S. State Department said.
Ireland’s Justice Minister Alan Shatter, the only Jewish lawmaker in the Irish government, has resigned.
The Roman Catholic Church in Israel has condemned price tag attacks on church property in Jerusalem.
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