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Spielberg To Produce Reality Show at Jerusalem Hospital

By Eric Fingerhut (JTA)

Steven Spielberg and the producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond” are producing a reality television series set at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Hospital.Read More


L.A. Synagogue Shooting Possibly a Result of Organized Crime

By JTA

The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating whether Israeli organized crime is connected to an attack at a local synagogue.Read More


Goldstone Awarded Human Rights Prize

By JTA

Richard Goldstone was honored with a human rights award.Read More


Despite Freeze, Israel Okays 84 New Settlement Buildings

By Haaretz

Israel has approved the construction of 84 buildings in West Bank settlements, despite a 10-month moratorium on new building in the territories announced a week earlier by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Read More


West Bank Settlement Mayor Arrested

By JTA

The mayor of a West Bank settlement was arrested after preventing government inspectors from entering the community to enforce a construction freeze.Read More


Jewish Labor Committee Encourages Hyatt Boycott

By JTA

The Jewish Labor Committee is calling on Jews to boycott Hyatt Hotels.Read More


Court Rejects Petition To Release Shalit Deal Details

By JTA

Israel’s Supreme Court rejected a petition to release information about the deal for the release of captured soldier Gilad Shalit.Read More


European Union To Call for Divided Jerusalem

By JTA

The European Union is set to officially call for Jerusalem to be divided and serve as the capitals of both Israel and Palestine.Read More


Israeli Court: No Point in Naming Prisoners in Shalit Swap

By Tomer Zarchin (Haaretz)

Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch on Monday said there was no point in naming the prisoners whom Hamas wanted freed in exchange for Gilad Shalit, since a deal had yet to be reached for the abducted Israeli soldier’s release.Read More


Chelsea Clinton, Jewish Boyfriend To Wed

By JTA

Chelsea Clinton is engaged to marry her Jewish boyfriend of two years.Read More


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