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Brooklyn Voting Site Won't Move to Church


An attempt to move a voting site to a Brooklyn church was nixed over concerns that Orthodox Jews would be disenfranchised.Read More

Settlers Vandalize Israeli Army Outpost

By Haaretz

Israeli settlers in the West Bank vandalized an Israel Defense Forces base on Wednesday, carrying out a “price tag” operation against the army for the first time since adopting the policy in recent years.Read More

Police Dismantle Tent City Protest Structures

By Haaretz

Israel Police on Wednesday began dismantling social protest encampment sites in Tel Aviv and Holon, less than two months after activists set up the tent cities to demonstrate against the high cost of living in the country.Read More

Ukrainians Demolish Synagogue To Build Hotel


The Ukraine government has begun the allegedly illegal demolition of a 16th century synagogue to build a hotel.Read More

Abbas Says Talks Will Continue After Statehood Bid

By Haaretz

Security coordination with Israel would continue even after the United Nations’ expected recognition of a Palestinian state later this month, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas promised on Monday.Read More

Turkey Suspends Defense Industry Ties to Israel


Turkey has suspended all defense industry ties with Israel and has halted all trade as well, pending a decision on permanently suspending trade, the country’s prime minister announced.Read More

Golda Meir Wanted Allies To Bomb Auschwitz


Golda Meir, the future Israeli prime minister, wanted the United States and its allies to bomb Auschwitz, researchers have learned.Read More

Strauss-Kahn Gets Lukewarm Reception in France

Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn received a mixed welcome in his return to Paris after sexual assault charges were dropped in New York.Read More

Security Breach Bares U.S. Efforts to Spy on Israel

By Haaretz

A security breach which ended over a year ago with the jailing of an Israeli FBI employee has exposed U.S. attempts to spy on Israeli officials, a New York Times report said on Thursday.Read More

Israelis in New York Stage Rally for Social Change

By Haaretz

Some 100 Israelis and supporters gathered in Washington Square Park in New York City on Saturday to hold a rally in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands demonstrating for social change across the pond in their native land.Read More

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