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Bibi: Israel's Reaction to Rocket Attacks Will Be Measured

By Jonathan Lis (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that if Hamas chooses to escalate cross-border tensions, Israel’s reaction to the attacks will be measured.Read More


Jerusalem Bomb Kills British Tourist

By JTA

The lone casualty in the bombing at a bus stop in central Jerusalem was a British woman studying at Hebrew University.Read More


Sec. Gates Arrives in Israel After Blast

By JTA

U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates arrived in Israel, where he is expected to press Israel and the Palestinians to restart peace talks in the wake of increased unrest.Read More


Two Rockets From Gaza Reach Deep Into Israel

By Yanir Yagna (Haaretz)

Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired two Grad rockets at southern Israel on Thursday, as cross-border tensions continued to escalate.Read More


Bomb Explodes at Jerusalem Bus Stop, One Dead, 30 Hurt

By Nir Hasson and Haaretz Service

A bomb exploded Wednesday at a crowded bus stop outside the International Convention Center in Jerusalem, just opposite the central bus station. One woman was killed and at least 30 people were wounded in the incident, three of them seriously.Read More


Former Israeli President Katsav Sentenced to Seven Years for Rape

By Ofra Edelman (Haaretz)

Former President of the State of Israel Moshe Katsav was sentenced to seven years in jail Tuesday, for after he had previously been found guilty of rape and other sexual offenses.Read More


Israel Strikes Gaza, Following Rocket Attacks in Southern Israel

By JTA

Israeli combat planes pounded the Gaza Strip in retaliation for the worst barrage of rocket attacks on southern Israel in two years.Read More


Ukraine Gives Yad Vashem Access to Holocaust-Era Archives

By Ofer Aderet (Haaretz Service)

In a modest ceremony, with no media presence, a trailblazing agreement was signed last month between Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Authority and the archives of the Ukrainian KGB. The agreement is expected to upgrade historical research on the fate of hundreds of thousands of Jews who were persecuted and murdered during the Holocaust in the Soviet Union. The Ukrainian security services will supply Yad Vashem with invaluable World War II documents, including lists of deported and murdered Jews, the minutes of meetings held by officials of the Ukrainian security forces following the liberation of the concentration and death camps, and information on the trials of those involved in killing Jews.Read More


Palin Arrives in Israel, Is Scheduled To Meet Netanyahu

By JTA

Potential 2012 presidential contender Sarah Palin arrived in Israel for what is being called a private visit.Read More


Israeli Knesset To Hold Hearings on J Street

By JTA

Is turnabout fair play when Israel examines the critics who would examine its actions?

Groups on the Jewish left expressed outrage after the Knesset subcommittee on public diplomacy voted to convene hearings on J Street, the Washington-based lobby that calls itself “pro-Israel, pro-peace.”Read More


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