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Bibi: Settlements Must Be Legal

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he intends on operating according to Israeli law when it comes to dismantling illegal outposts in the West Bank.Read More


Tweets Wrongly Say Ariel Sharon Dies

By Haaretz

Ariel Sharon, the former prime minister of Israel who has been in a coma for the last five years, was mistakenly declared dead on Sunday over a social media network by one of Europe’s leading politicians.Read More


General Strike Briefly Shuts Down Israel

By Haaretz

A general strike by Israel’s public sector ended on Monday after four hours of near paralysis across in the economy.Read More


Iran Nearly Ready To Make Nuclear Bomb

By Haaretz

Iran has already acquired the knowledge, technology, and resources to create a nuclear bomb within months, according to Western experts who were briefed on the intelligence information due to be released in this week’s report by the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency.Read More


Israeli Ambassador Rubs Elbows With Le Pen

By Haaretz

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ron Prosor, said over the weekend that his attendance at a luncheon for Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s extreme right-wing party National Front and presidential candidate, at the UN Headquarters in New York on Thursday was a “mistake”.Read More


New Gaza Flotilla Activists Fight Deportation

By JTA

Pro-Palestinian activists from two Gaza-bound ships intercepted by Israel’s Navy remain in Israeli custody as they fight their deportation.Read More


Anti-Semitic Vandals Hit Library and Synagogue

By JTA

Swastikas were painted on two public libraries and a synagogue in Queens.Read More


Inside Look at Iran's Nuclear Program

By Haaretz

Iran is pursuing its nuclear weapons program at the Parchin military base about 30 kilometers from Tehran, diplomatic sources in Vienna say. The Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency is expected to release a report this week on Iran’s nuclear activities.Read More


Israel and U.S. Plan Largest Joint Exercise

By Haaretz

Israel and the U.S. will embark on the “largest” and “most significant” joint exercise in the allies’ history, said Andrew Shapiro, U.S. assistant secretary for political-military affairs, on Saturday.Read More


After Attacks, Israeli Towns Return to Life

By Haaretz

There is something touching about the note written on a scrap of paper that is carelessly pinned to the bulletin board of an apartment building in Ashdod. The handwriting is awkward and there are childish spelling mistakes. The note reads: “Shalom to the tenants. I lost the keys of the Peugeot car in your building during the fall of the Grad. If anyone found them, let him please call my phone.”Read More


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