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German Jews Demand Cancellation of Iran Trip

By JTA

Two U.S. senators and the head of Germany’s Jewish community urged German deputies from the Bundestag’s German-Iranian parliamentary group to cancel a trip to Iran.Read More


Italy's Monti Jets in to Israel for Talks

By JTA

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and a high-level delegation of government ministers and businesspeople flew to Israel for a bilateral summit with Israeli leaders.Read More


Gaza Truce Holds for Now

By Reuters

Palestinian militants held fire overnight on Thursday and Israel refrained from air strikes as an informal truce brokered by Egypt appeared to take hold following two days of violence along the Israel-Gaza border.Read More


Sudan Blames Israel for Arms Factory Attack

By JTA

A Sudanese government minister threatened to strike Israel, and the country called on the United Nations Security Council to condemn Israel, over the bombing of a weapons factory in Khartoum.Read More


Israel Gets $4B in U.S. Loan Guarantees

By JTA

The United States extended nearly $4 billion in loan guarantees to Israel through 2016.Read More


Activists Mount Protest at West Bank Supermarket

By JTA

Some 100 Palestinians and international activists protesting in front of a supermarket in a West Bank settlement called for a boycott of settlement goods.Read More


Big Shake-Up at Kosher Food Giant

By JTA

Empire Kosher Poultry Inc. fired its chief executive officer allegedly after the aborted acquisition of another kosher poultry firm.Read More


Dutch Prince Dedicates Jewish Quarter Center

By JTA

The intended king of the Netherlands, Prince Willem-Alexander, officiated at the dedication of the new Jewish cultural quarter in Amsterdam.Read More


Israeli Astronaut's Name Dumped at Space Center

By JTA

A space center that opened in the Arab-Israeli city of Taybeh was not named for the late Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon following opposition from city residents.Read More


Terror Victims File $1B Suit Over Bank Transfers

By JTA

The families of five of the students killed in the 2008 terrorist attack on the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem have filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the Bank of China for making money transfers to Hamas.Read More


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