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Bibi: Deport 25,000 African Immigrants

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered his ministers to accelerate efforts to deport citizens of South Sudan, the Ivory Coast, Ghana and Ethiopia who are living in Israel illegally on Sunday.Read More


Israel Parade Takes Off in New York

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From Jewish day school contingents to the Chai Riders motorcycle club to non-Jewish marching bands to corporate sponsors riding on floats, some 35,000 marchers from 200 organizations are heading up the avenue festooned with Israel’s blue and white.Read More


Lawmaker: Shoot All Illegal Immigrants

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During a tour of the Israel-Egypt border on Sunday, MK Aryeh Eldad (National Union) said that IDF forces should shoot at anyone that crosses into Israeli territory.Read More


CUNY Angers Some With 'Jewish' Category

By JTA

City University of New York has created a new faculty demographic category of White/Jewish in a report on its Demographic Action Plan.Read More


Texas Prof Ousted After Fight Over Crosses

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A Jewish lecturer at Texas A&M University-San Antonio says she has not been asked back to teach because she complained about crosses placed near the entrance of the public university.Read More


Asian Jews Gather Near China's Great Wall

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Jews from throughout Asia gathered near the Great Wall of China to learn about their Judaism.Read More


Cuba: Alan Gross Has Received Perks

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The daughter of Cuban head of state Raul Castro said that jailed American Alan Gross “has been granted everything that he’s asked for.”Read More


Illegal Immigrants Face Longer Israeli Detention

By Haaretz

A law granting Israeli authorities the power to detain illegal migrants for up to three years came into effect on Sunday, in the wake of widening public controversy over the influx of African migrants who cross into Israel along its border with Egypt.Read More


Some Illegal Settlement Buildings To Be Moved

By JTA

Five apartment buildings in the Ulpana neighborhood on the outskirts of the Beit El settlement in the West Bank will be relocated under a plan by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Read More


Israeli Warplanes Pound Targets in Gaza

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Israeli Air Force planes attacked five sites in the Gaza Strip.Read More





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