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Germany’s Merkel Condemns Morsi Over Jew Hatred During Meeting


German Chancellor Angela Merkel used her meeting with Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to criticize his past statements on Jews.Read More

Syria Says Could Make 'Surprise' Response To Israel Strike

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Syria’s ambassador to Lebanon said on Thursday that Damascus had the option of a “surprise decision” to respond to what it said was an Israeli air strike on a research centre on the outskirts of the Syrian capital on Wednesday.Read More

Israel and the Vatican Are Close To Resolving Issues


There are indications that the Vatican and Israel may resolve outstanding bilateral issues and finalize the Fundamental Agreement governing relations between the two states.Read More

Brooklyn College Political Science Department Signs on as Sponsor of BDS Event


The political science faculty at Brooklyn College reportedly will be an official co-sponsor for an event in support of the BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement.Read More

U.N.: Settlements Violate Geneva Conventions


A United Nations investigation into the impact of Jewish West Bank settlements on the Palestinian population said that Israel should immediately begin to withdraw all settlers from the territory.Read More

Venezuela's Secret Service Is Spying on the Country's Jewish Community


Venezuela’s secret service SEBIN is spying on the country’s Jewish community, according to purportedly leaked documents recently posted online.Read More

Ahead of Hearings, Hagel Commits To Preventing Iranian Nukes


In answers prepared for his Senate hearings, Chuck Hagel says he is committed to preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, even if this means military action.Read More

Israel Hits Syria Arms Convoy To Lebanon

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Israeli jets bombed a convoy near Syria’s border with Lebanon early on Wednesday, sources told Reuters, apparently targeting weapons destined for Hezbollah in what some called a warning to Damascus not to arm Israel’s Lebanese enemy.Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu Set To Win Right To Form Government

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Israeli President Shimon Peres began talks with political parties on Wednesday over who should form a new government and appears certain to ask incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to assemble it.Read More

Hamas To Teach More 'Enemy Language' Hebrew in Gaza Schools

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Islamist Hamas authorities plan to expand Hebrew-language classes in the Gaza Strip’s high schools to help Palestinians know their enemy in times of conflict with Israel.Read More

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