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Hungarian Court Okays Far-Right Protest at Conference of Jewish Leaders

By Reuters

A Hungarian court has given the go ahead for a far-right protest on Saturday before an international conference of Jewish leaders in Budapest.Read More


Taking Sides in Syria War Is Tough Choice for Israel

By Reuters

The dilemma Israel faces in trying to formulate a strategy on Syria two years into its civil war is symbolised by a case being heard in a small courtroom near Tel Aviv.Read More


Upgraded Bunker Buster Could Destroy Iran Nuke

By JTA

U.S. officials told Israel that the United States has new weapons capable of destroying Iran’s underground nuclear site in Fordow, an American daily reported.Read More


China Offers To Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace

By JTA

China offered to broker a meeting between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders.Read More


Dutch Masterpiece Stolen by Nazis Expected To Fetch $2M at Auction

By Reuters

A 17th century Dutch masterpiece that once graced the collections of Catherine the Great’s art adviser and Russia’s Hermitage Museum before being seized by the Nazis could fetch more than $2 million at auction, Christie’s said on Friday.Read More


Church of Scotland Denies Jewish Claim to Land of Israel

By Anshel Pfeffer (Haaretz)

A report by the Church of Scotland, published this week, denies any special privilege for the Jewish people in the land of Israel and criticizes Zionism and the Christians that support it.Read More


Benjamin Netanyahu Says Israelis Would Vote on Any Peace Deal

By Reuters

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he would put any peace deal with the Palestinians to a referendum, raising expectations that direct negotiations might soon resume following a two-year stalemate.Read More


Court Rules Towns May Ban Gas 'Fracking'

By Reuters

A New York state court on Thursday ruled that two towns should be able to choose whether or not they can ban a controversial oil and gas drilling technique known as “fracking.”Read More


Gold Helmet Shrine to Albert Einstein Planned To Rise in Jerusalem

By Haaretz

A huge 25-story building shaped like a helmet and sheathed in a material that looks like gold is expected to be built on Mount Scopus, one of the highest points in Jerusalem, in a plan for founding a center dedicated to the heritage of Jewish physicist Albert Einstein.Read More


Palestinian Parents Say Son Who Stabbed Jewish West Bank Settler 'Did Duty'

By Reuters

Ali Zaghal read the mysterious text message early on Tuesday morning with dread: “Forgive me, brother.”Read More


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