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The Right Waits for Netanyahu’s Move

By JTA

Don’t expect a familiar American echo now that West Bank settlers are gearing up to fight the possible extension of Israel’s settlement freeze.Read More


Rendell Dissociates From Firm That Called Peaceful Protests Terrorism

By JTA

Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell terminated a contract with an Israeli-American agency that tracked peaceful protests and reported them as potential terrorist threats.Read More


Rocket Attacks Increase Following Peace Talks

By JTA

Rocket attacks on southern Israel from Gaza have increased dramatically following the opening of peace talks in the region.Read More


President of Jewish Funders Network Will Step Down

By JTA

The president of the Jewish Funders Network will step down at the end of 2010, according to a letter sent by the organization’s chairman to members.Read More


Israel Reportedly OKs U.S.-Saudi Arms Deal

By JTA

Israel has privately signed off on a proposed arms deal between the United States and Saudi Arabia, a Washington columnist reported.Read More


Second Round of Peace Talks End With Call for Israel To Extend Settlement Freeze

By JTA

The second round of direct peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians ended in Egypt with calls for Israel to extend its settlements freeze.Read More


Plea Bargain Readied in the Espionage Case of Anat Kamm

By Haaretz Service

A plea bargain for Anat Kamm, accused of passing documents she took from the IDF Central Command to Haaretz reporter Uri Blau, has been formulated at a meeting with senior prosecutors at the justice ministry, Channel 2 reported on Monday evening.Read More


Google To Acquire a Second Israeli Start-Up

By JTA

Google reportedly will acquire a second Israeli start-up company.Read More


Ben Gurion Airport Workers End Strike

By JTA

Workers at Ben Gurion Airport in Israel have ended their strike.Read More


Poll: Fewer Than Half of Israelis Identify as Secular

By Moti Bassok (Haaretz)

Eight percent of Jewish Israeli adults define themselves as ultra-Orthodox, 12 percent as religious, 13 percent as traditional-religious, and 25 percent as traditional but “not very religious,” according to a survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics conducted last year and published yesterday.Read More


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