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Netanyahu Hints at Flexibility on Jerusalem

By Uriel Heilman (JTA)

It was an otherwise wholly unremarkable stump speech before a friendly audience in New York.Read More


Tensions Ease After Bibi-Obama Talk

By JTA

The optics were perfect, but the meaning was elusive. President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat together July 6, joshing and smiling, trying to project a clear message: The rift was over. Israel and the United States are on the same track again.Read More


Mossad Agent Will Be Deported to Germany

By JTA

A Polish court has decided to extradite an alleged Israeli Mossad agent to Germany in the assassination of a Hamas leader in Dubai.Read More


Observant Muslim, Orthodox Jew To Lead New Jersey Township

By JTA

A practicing Muslim and an Orthodox Jew have been chosen to run a New Jersey township.Read More


Dustin Hoffman, Meg Ryan Cancel Israel Appearances

By JTA

In an apparent reaction to the Gaza flotilla incident, actors Meg Ryan and Dustin Hoffman reportedly have backed out of attending the Jerusalem Film Festival.Read More


Secret Document Suggests U.S.-Israel Nuclear Agreement

By Barak Ravid and Haaretz Service

Israel’s Army Radio reported on Wednesday that the United States has sent Israel a secret document committing to nuclear cooperation between the two countries.Read More


Obama and Bibi Meet for White House Tête-à-Tête

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama sat down to a meeting at the White House.Read More


N.Y. Times: Tax-Exempt Gifts Bolster Settlements

By JTA

Tax-exempt donations from the United States have helped Jews to strengthen West Bank settlements, preventing the creation of a Palestinian state, The New York Times reported.Read More


Netanyahu Arrives in DC To Meet Obama

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington for his fifth meeting with President Obama.Read More


Report: Abbas Would Support Deal That Keeps Kotel Under Israel's Control

By JTA

Mahmoud Abbas offered the Western Wall and Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter to remain under Israel’s control as part of a peace settlement, an Arabic newspaper reported.Read More


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