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Delmon Young Suspended for Week Over Brawl

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Delmon Young, the Detroit Tigers outfielder who was arrested in New York for allegedly attacking a group of men and making anti-Semitic remarks, was suspended without pay for seven daysRead More


Abbas: 'I Choose Bibi as My Partner for Peace'

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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told the Tunisian parliament on Monday, “I choose you [Benjamin] Netanyahu as my partner for peace. With whom else can I make peace?”Read More


Olmert: U.S., Not Israel, Should Lead Iran Strike

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Israel could take part in a possible military strike on Iran, but should not lead it, former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told CNN on Monday, saying that military action should take place only as if all other efforts fail.Read More


Teacher Arrested After Holocaust Lesson Goes Awry

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A South Carolina teacher has been arrested on charges of assault and battery after trying to make a point during a lesson on the Holocaust.Read More


Kadima's Livni Resigns From the Knesset

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Former opposition leader Tzipi Livni resigned from Israel’s Knesset.Read More


Israel Ridicules U.N. Putting It on Abuser List

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Israel’s Foreign Ministry criticized as “absurd” the country’s inclusion on a list of countries that restricts the activities of human rights and advocacy groups.Read More


Bahrain Appoints Jewish Woman to Top Post

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The legislature in Bahrain has appointed a Jewish female parliamentarian to serve as deputy chairwoman of the foreign affairs, defense and national security committee.Read More


Bibi Eulogizes Father as Hero of Zionism

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu eulogized his father, Ben-Zion Netanyahu, at a funeral in Jerusalem. He called him a proud servant of the Jewish people.Read More


Netanyahu Poised for Early Israel Election

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Israeli elections are likely to come a year earlier than scheduled.Read More


British Unions Block Israeli Expert's Appearance

By Haaretz

A master-class on conflict resolution that was set to be given by an Israeli lecturer in Manchester next week was canceled by the British National Health Service, after trade union members who were to take part in the class objected to participating in a workshop with an Israeli expert.Read More





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