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Immigration to Israel Rose 16% in 2010


More than 19,000 new immigrants arrived in Israel in 2010, a 16 percent rise over last year.Read More

Israeli Soccer Legend Avi Cohen Declared Brain Dead

By Haaretz Service

Israeli soccer legend Avi Cohen was declared brain dead on Tuesday by the medical committee at Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital.Read More

Iranian Executed for Spying for Israel


Iran executed a man convicted of spying for Israel.Read More

Bibi: Talks With Palestinians Could Result in Interim Agreement

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an interview aired on Channel 10 on Monday evening that peace negotiations with the Palestinians could result in an interim agreement.Read More

Kissinger Apologizes for 1973 'Gas Chambers' Remark


Henry Kissinger apologized for comments made to President Richard Nixon in 1973, saying that it would not be an American concern if the Soviet Union sent its Jews to the gas chambers.Read More

Seattle Transit Rejects 'Israeli War Crimes' Ads


Advertisements about “Israeli war crimes” slated to be carried by buses in downtown Seattle have been rejected.Read More

Israel Will Boycott 'Durban III'


Israel will boycott a meeting at the United Nations to mark the 10th anniversary of the Durban conference on racism.Read More

Bibi Takes Aim at Lieberman: Only P.M. Decides Israeli Policy

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s attack Sunday on Turkey, the Palestinian Authority, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies has drawn harsh criticism from parties across the political spectrum, ranging from the opposition to the prime minister himself.Read More

Israel Files Complaint to U.N. Over Gaza Rocket Attacks

Israel has filed a complaint in the United Nations over rocket attacks from Gaza.Read More

Bibi: Violence Against Minorities Won't Be Tolerated

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged Israeli citizens to refrain from taking the law into their own hands against minorities and migrant workers, in a clip released Wednesday on his bureau’s YouTube channel.Read More

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