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Israeli Air Strike Wounds 10 in Gaza

By Reuters

A missile fired by an Israeli aircraft hit and wounded two Palestinian militants and eight bystanders in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday, Palestinian hospital officials said.Read More


Gazans Stage Soccer Protest of Shalit's Barcelona Visit

By Reuters

Palestinians freed from Israeli jails held their own version of the Barcelona-Real Madrid soccer match on Sunday to protest at the presence of a former captive Israeli soldier at the actual fixture.Read More


Iran: Drone Flight Shows Israel Vulnerable

By Reuters

The incursion by an unmanned aircraft into Israeli airspace at the weekend exposed the weakness of Israeli air defences, an Iranian military official was quoted as saying on Monday.Read More


Blank Bullets Fired Near Paris-Area Synagogue

By JTA

Unknown attackers shot blank bullets outside a synagogue near Paris.Read More


Jewish, Christian Groups Hang Ads in N.Y. Subway Urging Tolerance

By JTA

A Jewish group and a Christian group are hanging ads in the New York subway system urging tolerance.Read More


Swedish Flotilla Ship Heads for Gaza

By JTA

A Swedish ship carrying human rights activists has left from Italy to attempt to break Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza.Read More


Federal Government Investigates Claims of Anti-Semitism at UC Berkeley

By JTA

The civil rights office of the U.S. Department of Education has opened an investigation into allegations of anti-Semitism at the University of California, Berkeley.Read More


Israeli Attack on Iran This Fall Is No Longer in the Cards

By Haaretz

The wave of demonstrations in Tehran over the last few days, sparked by the plummeting value of the Iranian rial and the consequent rise in the price of staple products, has significantly changed the nature of the international discourse on Iran. The harsh international sanctions that took effect in July are now being felt with increasing force. Thus the question of whether continued economic pressure could bring about regime change in Iran has once again become legitimate.Read More


Netanyahu Reprimands Barak Over Meetings with U.S. Officials

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly called Defense Minister Ehud Barak for a meeting to reprimand him over recent meetings with U.S. officials.Read More


Mavi Marmara Victims’ Families File Lawsuit

By JTA

Relatives of nine Turkish citizens killed in a raid by Israeli commandos on an activist ship attempting to break the naval blockade of Gaza have filed a lawsuit against Israel, according to Turkish media.Read More


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