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AJCongress Staff Received Little Notice That Operations Would Be Suspended

By Jacob Berkman (JTA)

When the board of the American Jewish Congress decided to suspend its operations last week, it didn’t give its staff much notice.Read More


Food Co-op In Rachel Corrie's Hometown Takes Stand Against Israel

By Natasha Mozgovaya (Haaretz)

Last week, the board of directors of the Olympia Food Co-op in Washington state decided that no more Israeli products will be sold at its two grocery stores in the city.Read More


Lieberman, Bibi Meet To Work Through Differences

By JTA

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met to hash out their differences.Read More


Jewish Group Runs Advertisement Criticizing Glenn Beck

By JTA

More than 250 rabbis, Christian clergy, Jewish leaders and other supporters signed on to a Jewish Funds for Justice ad criticizing Glenn Beck’s comments about the organization.Read More


Lieberman: Yisrael Beiteinu Will Not Leave Coalition

By JTA

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said his Yisrael Beiteinu party will not leave the government, despite several disagreements.Read More


IDF Considers Lifting Ban on Jews Entering PA-Controlled Areas

By Amos Harel (Haaretz)

The army is considering revoking a ban on Jews entering West Bank cities that are under Palestinian Authority control, in view of significant improvement in security and in Israel’s coordination with Palestinian security services.Read More


AJCongress Suspends Activities

The American Jewish Congress has suspended its activities after running out of funds.Read More


Obama Administration Guarantees Defense Assistance to Israel

By Ron Kampeas (JTA)

An Obama administration official committed to sustaining a 10-year defense assistance program to Israel, saying that advanced tehnology is endangering Israel.Read More


Poll: Israel Support Among Americans at Record High

By JTA

Support for Israel among Americans is at a near record high, a new poll showed.Read More


U.S. State Dept. Criticizes Demolition of Palestinian Homes

By Natasha Mozgovaya (Haaretz)

U.S. State Department Spokesman Philip Crowley On Wednesday criticized Israel’s recent demolition of Palestinian houses in East Jerusalem, saying that it was precisely “the kind of unilateral action that undermines trust.”Read More


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