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Israel Raids Palestinian NGO Offices

By Reuters

Israeli soldiers raided the offices of three civil society organizations on Tuesday in the heart of Ramallah, the de facto Palestinian capital in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.Read More


Anti-Semitic Crimes Drop by 30% in Decade

By JTA

The number of “anti-Jewish” hate crimes declined by 30% since 2000, a new FBI report revealed.Read More


Nechemya Weberman Convicted in Sex Case

By Forward Staff

A Brooklyn man who acted as a therapist was convicted of sexually abusing a Brooklyn girl, authorities said Monday.Read More


Strauss-Kahn and Maid Agree to Settle Sex Suit

By Reuters

Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the hotel maid who accused him last year of attempting to rape her have agreed to a settlement in her civil lawsuit against him.Read More


EU Draft Resolution Slams Israeli Settlements

By JTA

A draft of a European Union resolution said the EU was “deeply dismayed” by Israeli plans for new construction in settlements but did not mention sanctions.Read More


Hamas Chief Ends Gaza Visit With Call for Palestinian Unity

By Reuters

Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal ended his first visit to the Gaza Strip on Monday with a pledge his Islamist movement would strive to heal political rifts with Palestinian rivals who hold sway in the occupied West Bank.Read More


Former Jewish Leader in Sydney Charged With Sexually Assaulting Four Men

By JTA

A former Jewish leader from Sydney will appear in court next month on charges of sexually assaulting four men.Read More


Belgium and Brazil Get Shoah and Human Rights Institutes

By JTA

Institutions on the Holocaust and human rights opened in Belgium and Brazil.Read More


Abbas Will Negotiate if Israel Freezes Settlements

By JTA

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly said he wanted to negotiate with Israel it if freezes construction for six months in the West Bank and Jerusalem.Read More


Amid Protests, Morsi Gives Army More Power

By Reuters

Egypt’s Islamist president has given the army temporary power to arrest civilians to help secure a constitutional referendum seen by the Muslim Brotherhood as a triumph for democracy and by its liberal foes as a religious straitjacket.Read More


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