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Suspicious Package Sent to Chicago Jewish Organization Intercepted

By JTA

U.S. law enforcement has warned Jewish institutions to be on the lookout for packages mailed from overseas.Read More


Bibi: Settlement Construction Won't Affect Final Status Deal

By Haaretz Service

West Bank settlement construction will not affect the final status peace deal between Israel and a future Palestinian state, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday, adding that he felt the settlement issue wasn’t an obstacle to continued peace talks with the Palestinian Authority.Read More


Rubashkin Denied New Trial

By JTA

A federal judge denied a motion for a new trial for former Agriprocessors executive Sholom Rubashkin.Read More


In Bid for Statehood, Palestinians Appeal to International Community

By Leslie Susser (JTA)

With talks at a stalemate and no agreement from the Israelis to reinstate a settlement freeze, the Palestinians are playing a new card: an end game to statehood through an appeal to the international community.Read More


Anti-Bullying Guidelines Add Protection for Jewish Students

By JTA

New federal anti-bullying guidelines for U.S. educators will increase the protection of Jewish students from anti-Semitism.Read More


Cantor's Israel Aid Proposal Called "Outrageous"

By JTA

The top foreign operations appropriator in the U.S. House of Representatives slammed a GOP proposal to vote separately on aid to Israel and foreign aid.Read More


Godard Will Not Accept Oscar in L.A.

By JTA

Film director Jean-Luc Godard will not appear in person to accept an honorary Oscar that some have urged be withdrawn because of views deemed anti-Semitic.Read More


Salita Promotes His Own Title Fight

By JTA

Orthodox Jewish boxer Dmitriy Salita is promoting his own world championship bout.Read More


Bibi on Bill Funding Yeshiva Allowances: Every Israeli Should Work

By Jonathan Lis (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that the government would encourage every Israeli citizen to enter the work force, responding to a controversial bill calling for resumption in allowances to full-time yeshiva students.Read More


Reporter at Center of Anat Kamm Affair Returns To Israel

By Haaretz Service

Haaretz reporter Uri Blau returned to Israel on Sunday for the first time since a former Israel Defense Forces soldier was indicted for passing on to him classified documents allegedly taken from the army.Read More


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