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Ancient Mikveh Unearthed in Negev Desert

By Haaretz

Israeli archaeologists have discovered Byzantine-era ritual baths during an Israel Antiquities Authority excavation along Route 6 - the Trans-Israel Highway.Read More


Obama Considers 'Triggers' To Pressure Iran

By Haaretz

President Barack Obama is considering making declarations regarding the United States’ “red lines” that if crossed, may bring about an American attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities, the New York Times reported on Monday.Read More


Bibi: Set 'Clear Red Line' on Iran

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the international community to set a “clear red line” for Iran.Read More


Hundreds Stage Pro-Israel Rally in Stockholm

By JTA

Hundreds of people demonstrated support for Israel in the center of Stockholm, Sweden.Read More


Brussels Mayor Apologizes for Deportation of Jews

By JTA

The mayor of Brussels has apologized to the Jewish community for the municipality`s Holocaust-era “role” in deporting Jews, but added he would “not pass judgment.”Read More


Palestinian Used Pesticide To Poison Jewish Family

By JTA

A Palestinian man admitted to poisoning a Jewish family in Raanana, saying he “hates Jews.”Read More


David Wolpe Will Give Democrats' Invocation

By JTA

Rabbi David Wolpe of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles confirmed that he will deliver the invocation at the Wednesday evening session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.Read More


Maariv, Israeli Paper, To Scrap Print Edition

By JTA

The Israeli daily newspaper Ma’ariv, which has been in existence since 1948, will cease its daily print edition, and will instead provide only internet news during the week.Read More


Illegal Settlers Start To Evacuate Migron

By JTA

Jewish families began evacuating the West Bank outpost of Migron.Read More


Hamas and Fatah Still Feuding

By Haaretz

A new Hamas government was sworn in at 10 A.M. on Sunday morning at the Palestinian parliament in Gaza. Ismail Haniyeh will continue serving as prime minister, with some reshuffling of cabinet ministers. The health minister, for example, who has suffered harsh criticism in light of Gaza’s deficient health system, will be replaced.Read More


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