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Haaretz Reporter To Turn Over Secret Documents

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Lawyers for the reporter who received top secret Israeli army documents from a former soldier will turn them over to security officialsRead More


RCA Comes Out Against Women in the Rabbinate

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The leading Modern Orthodox rabbinic association has adopted an official position against the ordination of women while also encouraging the creation of “halakhically and communally appropriate professional opportunities” for female scholars.Read More


Former Attorneys General Oppose Possible Life Sentence for Rubashkin

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Six former U.S. attorneys general have criticized prosecutors’ recommendation that a kosher meatpacking plant executive receive life in prison for bank fraud.Read More


New Arizona Law Criticized by Jewish Groups

By Melissa Apter (JTA)

Jewish groups are slamming Arizona’s stringent new immigration-enforcement law, but hope outrage over the measure will reignite efforts to push comprehensive immigration reform on a national level.Read More


Obama Holds Impromptu Meeting With Barak

By Natasha Mozgovaya (Haaretz)

U.S. President Barack Obama held an impromptu meeting with Defense Minister Ehud Barak Monday, during which Obama affirmed his country’s “unshakeable commitment to Israel’s security.”Read More


Iranian Scientist Asks for Political Asylum in Israel

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An Iranian nuclear scientist has requested political asylum in Israel, an Israeli lawmaker said.Read More


Israel Razes 10 Settlement Houses Built After Last Year's Freeze

By Chaim Levinson and Nir Hasson (Haaretz)

Israel Defense Forces troops on Tuesday destroyed at least 10 structures built by Israeli nationalists in the West Bank following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s declaration of a temporary settlement freeze last year.Read More


Israel Lifts Ban on iPad

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Israel has lifted its ban on the iPad.Read More


Goldstone Will Attend Grandson's Bar Mitzvah

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Richard Goldstone will attend his grandson’s upcoming bar mitzvah in South Africa, following an agreement with local Jewish groups.Read More


Report: Bibi Rejects Obama's Call for E. Jerusalem Settlement Freeze

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected an Obama administration call for a total construction freeze in eastern Jerusalem, The Wall Street Journal reported.Read More


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