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Panetta: No Israel Decision on Iran Yet

By JTA

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told a Pentagon briefing that he does not believe Israel has made a final decision on whether to attack Iran’s nuclear program.Read More


Israel Envoy Calls S. Africa Stand 'Boycott'

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Israel’s envoy to South Africa said a government minister’s statement that South Africans would be “discouraged” from visiting Israel represents a boycott of his country.Read More


Hungarian Nazi Evades Australia Extradiction

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An Australian federal court has ruled not to extradite suspected war criminal Charles Zentai to his native Hungary.Read More


Bibi Set To Kill 'No Occupation' Report

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decided to bury the Levy Report, which recommends legalizing most unauthorized settlement outposts in the West Bank and making it easier for existing settlements to expand, a senior politician who spoke with the premier about the issue told Haaretz yesterday.Read More


Israeli Diplomats Sent to Twitter 101

By Haaretz

Israel’s Foreign Ministry updated online social media guidelines for representatives of the State of Israel worldwide, following a few recent unusual tweets and Facebook posts made by Israeli diplomats.Read More


Sacramento Approves Israel Sister City Deal

By JTA

Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to approve a sister-city relationship with Ashkelon, despite opposition from pro-Palestinian organizations.Read More


Montreal 'Minyan-aires' Give $25K to Shul

By JTA

A synagogue in suburban Montreal picked up nearly $25,000 thanks to the provincial lottery and some generous congregants.Read More


Survivor Who Told on Eichmann is Honored

By JTA

Lothar Hermann, a German Jew who advised Israel that Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann was residing in Argentina, was honored.Read More


'Protocols' App Sells Online for Just $1.08

By JTA

A European rabbinical group is protesting a mobile app of the notorious anti-Semitic text “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”Read More


Palestinians Build Shrine to Suicide Bombers

By JTA

The Ramallah municipality approved the construction of a mausoleum to honor the Palestinian terrorists who killed 11 Israelis in the 1975 attack on Tel Aviv’s Savoy Hotel.Read More





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