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Israel Summer Camps Program Gets $3.6 Million

A new Israel education initiative for camps is launching with grants of $3.6 million.Read More


Ex-National Security Chief Calls for Pollard Clemency

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Robert McFarlane, who served as National Security Advisor under President Ronald Reagan, has called on President Obama to grant clemency to Jonathan Pollard.Read More


Report: Mossad Chief in New Delhi Days Before Attack

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Mossad chief Tamir Pardo visited New Delhi just days before an attack on Israeli officials in the Indian capital this week, Indian media reported on Thursday, highlighting the extent to which Israeli intelligence was in the dark regarding possibility of a terror attack taking place in the country.Read More


Wiesel to Romney: Intervene on Baptisms

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Holocaust survivor and author Elie Wiesel said Mitt Romney should speak up about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ practice of posthumous baptisms.Read More


Israeli Leaders Clash Over Syria Response

By Haaretz

The country’s leaders are clashing over what constitutes a proper Israeli response to the events in Syria - where around 6,000 civilians have been killed — in the revolt against President Bashar Assad.Read More


Poland Has New Cohort of Kosher Supervisors

By JTA

Following an increasing demand for kosher food in Poland, 17 Polish Jews graduated from a seminar certifying them as kashrut supervisors.Read More


Iran Unveils Nuclear Fuel Rods

By JTA

Iran has begun loading domestically made nuclear fuel rods into a research reactor in Tehran.Read More


Mel Gibson Settles Anti-Semitism Suit

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The sheriff’s deputy who arrested actor Mel Gibson and was the subject of his anti-Semitic rant is settling a religious discrimination case against his department.Read More


Arrests Made in New Delhi, Bangkok Attacks

By JTA

Police in New Delhi have arrested five suspects in connection with a bombing attack that wounded the wife of an Israeli diplomat.Read More


Bibi: Iran's Attacks Undermine World's Stability

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that Iran is destabilizing the world and urged the international community to condemn its terror acts against Israeli targets.Read More





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