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Jewish Leaders Press Abbas on Direct Talks

By JTA

Jewish leaders pressed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on the issues of incitement and direct talks.Read More


Harman Defeats Rival, Who Advocates for a One-State Solution, in CA Primary

By JTA

U.S. Rep. Jane Harman beat back a primary challenge from a candidate who advocates a binational solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.Read More


U.N. Security Council Passes Iran Sanctions, Setting Stage For Tougher U.S. Measures

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The United Nations Security Council passed new sanctions against Iran, setting the stage for new and tougher U.S. sanctions.Read More


U.N. Security Council Passes Iran Sanctions

By JTA

The United Nations Security Council passed new sanctions against Iran, setting the stage for new and tougher U.S. sanctions.Read More


Netanyahu and Obama To Meet

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet in Washington with President Obama at the end of the month.Read More


Half of Americans Blame Pro-Palestinian Activists for Flotilla Deaths

By Haaretz

Nearly half - 49 percent - of likely U.S. voters believe that pro-Palestinian activists were to blame for the deaths that occurred when the Israel Defense Forces raided a Gaza-bound aid flotilla last week, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.Read More


Foreman Seeks Rematch After Knee Surgery

By JTA

Yuri Foreman says he wants a rematch with Miguel Cotto following surgery to repair the torn meniscus he suffered in their first bout.Read More


Reuters Accused of Cropping Flotilla Photos

By JTA

A blog has criticized the Reuters news agency for cropping the knives of activists on board a Gaza-bound flotilla from photos it distributed to newspapers.Read More


Rubashkin Acquitted in Agriprocessors Child Labor Case

By JTA

Kosher meatpacking executive Sholom Rubashkin was acquitted in an Iowa state court of child labor violationsRead More


Israel To Create State Panel To Investigate Flotilla Raid

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was expected to announce on Monday or Tuesday the creation of a state panel of inquiry to investigate the Israel Navy’s deadly raid of a humanitarian aid flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip last week.Read More





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