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Top Court Gives Illegal Outpost Another Reprieve

Israel’s Supreme Court said that the evacuation of an illegal West Bank settlement must take place by Aug. 21.Read More


Trial Starts in L.A. Hotel Anti-Semitism Case

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A trial began this week involving a group of young Los Angeles-area Jews accusing a hotel of discrimination.Read More


20,000 Gather for London Moment of Silence

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More than 20,000 people in various venues in London attended the British Zionist Federation’s “Minute for Munich” program that was promoted via social media.Read More


Rahm Emanuel Welcomes Farrakhan's Push

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel welcomed the help of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to help stop the violence in Chicago neighborhoods.Read More


Summer Campers 'Terrorized' by Thugs

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Three adults and two juveniles are under arrest for allegedly for making children at a Jewish summer camp feel “terrorized and in fear of for their lives.”Read More


Jewish Democrats Push Back in Swing States

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The National Jewish Democratic Council is launching a bid to push back against GOP attacks on President Obama in Jewish communities in swing states.Read More


House GOP Blocks Vote on Munich Resolution

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The House Republican leadership blocked a vote calling for a moment of silence to memorialize Israeli athletes and coaches slain at the 1972 Olympics.Read More


Fearing Syrian Terror, Israel Reinforces Golan

By Haaretz

The Israel Defense Forces is reinforcing its defensive positions along the Syrian border on the Golan Heights.Read More


After London Stumble, Romney Eyes Israel

By Haaretz

Republican presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, must wish he was already on the next stop of his foreign tour, in Jerusalem, where he will undoubtedly be getting better treatment than he has so far on his initial visit to London.Read More


Groups Float Dueling Presidential Ads on Israel

By JTA

Liberal and conservative pro-Israel advocacy groups released ads targeting the presidential candidates.Read More





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