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Carter Says Apology Not Tied to Grandson's Senate Bid

By Ron Kampeas (JTA)

Jimmy Carter is asking the Jewish community for forgiveness – and insists it’s not simply because his grandson has decided to launch a political career with a run for the Georgia state Senate.Read More


Peace Reigns In Meeting of Establishment Honcho and Orthodox Anarchist

By Gal Beckerman

An event billed by some as a “celebrity death match” between a representative of the Jewish establishment and a self-proclaimed Orthodox anarchist turned instead into a chummy all-male evening laced with schnapps.Read More


E.U.'s Human Rights Court: Bosnia Discriminated Against Jews, Roma

By JTA

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the exclusion of Jews and Roma from Bosnia’s highest state offices is unlawful discrimination.Read More


Bibi's Cabinet Gives Go-Ahead To Negotiate for Shalit Release

By JTA

Benjamin Netanyahu’s inner cabinet has given Israel’s negotiating team the go-ahead to continue talks for the release of soldier Gilad Shalit.Read More


Chasidic Grand Rebbe Sentenced to Prison

By JTA

The head of a Brooklyn-based Chasidic sect was sentenced to two years in federal prison for a decade-long fraud and money-laundering scheme.Read More


Hamas Receives Israel's Response to Shalit Deal

By Haaretz

Benjamin Netanyahu’s inner cabinet has given Israel’s negotiating team the go-ahead to continue talks for the release of soldier Gilad Shalit.Read More


Israel Admits To Harvesting Organs After Report

By JTA

Israel admitted to harvesting organs from dead bodies in the 1990s.Read More


Olmert Denies Corruption Charges in Court

By JTA

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert denied all of the corruption charges against him.Read More


Carter Offers Jewish Community ‘Al Het’ Forgiveness Prayer

By Ron Kampeas (JTA)

Jimmy Carter asked the Jewish community for forgiveness for any stigma he may have caused Israel.Read More


Leaked Memo: During Freeze, IDF Will Demolish Settlement Construction

By JTA

Israel’s army will demolish structures built in West Bank settlements during the construction freeze, according to an internal military memo.Read More


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