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Anti-Semitic Leaflets Hit Australia Jewish Suburbs

By JTA

Anti-Semitic flyers were dropped in the mailboxes of private homes in Jewish suburbs in Sydney.Read More


Rabbinic Court Tells Lesbian Mother To Keep Children Away From Partner

By JTA

A government rabbinic court in Jerusalem has issued an order prohibiting a woman from bringing her children to meet her female romantic partner.Read More


Israel Levels More Gaza Apartment High-Rises

By Reuters

Israel bombed more of Gaza’s tallest structures on Tuesday, bringing down a 13-story apartment and office tower and destroying most of a 16-floor residential building after warning occupants to get out.Read More


Israel Lawmakers Push Hebrew-Only Bill

By JTA

A group of right-wing Israeli lawmakers are proposing a bill to make Hebrew the sole official language of the state of Israel.Read More


Billy Crystal Pays Poignant Tribute to Robin Williams at Emmy Awards

By Reuters

With a lump in his throat and a somber tremble in his voice, actor Billy Crystal paid a cosmic tribute to Robin Williams at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, two weeks after the comedian died in an apparent suicide.Read More


Florida Gas Station Employee: Israeli Customer 'No Longer Welcome'

By JTA

An employee at a South Florida gas station allegedly told a customer that she was no longer welcome because she is an Israeli.Read More


Rocket From Lebanon Hits Northern Israel, Near Kiryat Shemona

By JTA

At least one rocket fired from Lebanon hit northern Israel two nights after a similar attack.Read More


U. of Illinois Defends Yanking Job Offer to Israel Critic

By JTA

Officials from the University of Illinois publicly defended their decision to revoke a job offer to a scholar who had harshly criticized Israel on Twitter.Read More


Benjamin Netanyahu Approval Rating Plummets

By JTA

A poll of Israelis showed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s approval rating has plunged to 38 percent in the last month from a high of 82 percent.Read More


Hamas Opaque Structure Complicates Gaza Peace Talks

By Reuters

Founded by just seven people in Gaza, Hamas now has political and military leaders spread across the Arab world, complicating its ability to send a unified message for negotiating an end to a seven-week war with Israel.Read More


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