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Israeli Prosecutor Says Israel Not To Blame for Rachel Corrie's Death

By Haaretz Service

The State Prosecutor’s Office appealed Thursday to the Haifa District Court to dismiss outright the civil suit filed by U.S. activist Rachel Corrie’s family against the Defense Ministry for unspecified compensation for their daughter’s death.Read More


Biden, in Israel: Says Bond With Israel 'Unbreakable' but U.S. Will Note Missteps

By JTA

The U.S.-Israel bond is unbreakable, but the United States will keep both sides accountable for their actions, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said.Read More


Bibi to Biden: We Did Not Seek To Embarrass You Over Settlement Issue

By Barak Ravid, Avi Issacharoff, Anshel Pfeffer and Nir Hasson (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to alleviate new tensions with the United States on Tuesday, after an announcement that Israel will build 1,600 new homes in an ultra-Orthodox East Jerusalem neighborhood drew strong condemnation from the White House, and visiting U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.Read More


Brooklyn Rabbi Found Guilty in Teen Sex Assault Case

By JTA

A Brooklyn rabbi was found guilty of sexually assaulting a male teenager.Read More


Reform Task Force: Reach Out to Interfaith Families

By JTA

The Reform movement should encourage interfaith couples to stay in the Jewish community, a task force proposed.Read More


Biden: Israel Is Undermining Peace Talks

By Avi Issacharoff and Natasha Mozgovaya and Nir Hasson (Haaretz)

Israel’s decision to approve 1,600 new homes in an ultra-Orthodox East Jerusalem neighborhood is undermining Middle East peace talks, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said in Jerusalem on Tuesday.Read More


Israel Approves E. Jerusalem Housing, Amid Biden Visit

By Nir Hasson and Avi Issacharoff (Haaretz)

Israel’s decision to approve new East Jerusalem houses effectively prevents any peace negotiations from taking place, the Palestinian Authority said on Tuesday, following an Interior Ministry statement released earlier authorizing 1,600 new housing units.Read More


Biden, in Israel, Says U.S. Will Support Those Who 'Take Risks for Peace'

By Akiva Eldar and Avi Issacharoff (Haaretz) and Barak Ravid

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday praised Israel for agreeing to renew the Middle East process and pledged that the United States would always “stand by those who take risks for peace.”Read More


In Dubai Hit Case, Interpol Seeks Arrest of 16 More Suspects

By Haaretz Service

The international police agency Interpol on Monday issued arrest notices for an additional 16 suspects over the assassination of a Hamas operative in Dubai earlier this year.Read More


Mitchell: Israeli-Palestinian Talks Will Begin Within Weeks

By JTA

U.S. special Middle East envoy George Mitchell announced the start of proximity talks between Israel and the Palestinians.Read More


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