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Madonna Show Rapped for Violent Imagery

By Haaretz

France’s far-right National Front is considering a lawsuit against Madonna over a video she used during her concert in Israel on Thursday night. The clip showed party leader Marine Le Pen with a swastika on her forehead.Read More


Year After Protests, Israel Sees Some Changes

By Haaretz

It has been around a year since the protests against the cost of cottage cheese and housing transformed the Israeli consumer’s consciousness, lowered prices at supermarket chains and changed government policy.Read More


Hosni Mubarak Gets Life for Ordering Killings

By Haaretz

Deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison on Saturday at a Cairo court for ordering the killing of protesters during the uprising that swept him from power last year.Read More


Holocaust Survivor's Kin Must Return Artifact

By JTA

The family of a deceased Holocaust survivor must return to a German museum a 3,200-year-old artifact that he had brought with him to the United States, a New York state appellate court has ruled.Read More


Portman, Possible V.P. Candidate, Visits Israel

By JTA

Sen. Rob Portman, reportedly on the short list for the Republican vice presidential nomination, met in Israel with its top leaders.Read More


Thousands in Istanbul Rally Against Israel

By JTA

Thousands of Turks in Istanbul rallied against Israel Thursday, marking the second anniversary of an Israel Defense Forces raid on the Mavi Marmara ship that was part of a flotilla that claimed to be carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza.Read More


Obama Ordered Cyber Attacks on Iran's Nuclear Program

By Haaretz

Shortly after taking office in 2009, U.S. President Barack Obama secretly ordered sophisticated attacks on the computer systems that control Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities, the New York Times reported.Read More


Madonna Appeals for Mideast Peace at Concert

By JTA

Madonna appealed for Middle East and world peace at the launch of her world tour in Israel.Read More


Congress Wants Report on Iran Strike Consequences

By JTA

The U.S. House of Representatives approved a measure requiring a report on the consequences of a military strike on Iran.Read More


Anti-Semitism Fears Stalk Euro Soccer Tourney

By Haaretz

With the European Football Championships just around the corner, the public debate on anti-Semitism and racism in general is gaining momentum in Poland, out of a fear for disruptions by extremists during the games.Read More





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