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Shimon Peres Slams Idea of Legalizing Occupation

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Israeli President Shimon Peres called West Bank settlements a threat to Israel.Read More


Widow Files Complaint Over Yasser Arafat's Death

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Suha Arafat, the widow of Palestinian Authority head Yasser Arafat, will file a legal complaint regarding her husband’s unexplained death.Read More


Solar Pioneer Featured on CNN's 'Going Green'

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Israeli entrepreneur Yosef Abramowitz will be featured as an environmental pioneer on the CNN series “Going Green.”Read More


Shimon Peres Will Skip Olympics Over Shabbat

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Israeli President Shimon Peres canceled his participation in the 2012 Olympic Games in London after failing to find a way to attend the opening ceremony without desecrating the Jewish Sabbath.Read More


Amy Winehouse's Family To Light Mourning Candle

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The family of Amy Winehouse will mark the first anniversary of the singer’s death using Jewish tradition, a British magazine reported, quoting the singer’s mother.Read More


Campaign Stokes Memory of Argentina Bombing

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An annual campaign to remember the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Buenos Aires Jewish center calls on the public to “feed the memory.”Read More


U.S. Diplomat Assures Egypt on Aid

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On his way to another round in the U.S.-Israel strategic dialogue, deputy U.S. Secretary of State, William Burns met with the new Egyptian president and said the United States was “fully committed” to assistance for Egypt.Read More


White House Blasts Israeli Report on Occupation

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The Obama administration criticized an Israeli panel finding that West Bank settlements are legal under international law.Read More


Polish Righteous Gentiles Honored by Israel

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At twin ceremonies Israel honored non-Jewish Poles who rescued Jews during the Holocaust and who have preserved Jewish memory since World War II.Read More


Shelley Berkley Probed Over Kidney Program

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The U.S. House of Representatives Ethics Committee launched an investigation into pro-Israel Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Nev.), potentially complicating her bid for the U.S. Senate.Read More





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