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Light Rail Ends Rallies at Jerusalem Square

By Haaretz

Jerusalem’s Zion Square, which has served as the backdrop for boisterous protest rallies for decades, will no longer host demonstrations because of the contract between the Jerusalem municipality and CityPass, which operates the city’s light rail system.Read More


Israel Suggests It Launched New Cyberattack

By Haaretz

Vice Prime Minister and Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya’alon hinted on Monday at possible Israeli involvement in the Flame bug, which was revealed to have targeted computers in Iran and the West Bank on Monday.Read More


Reform Temple in Turmoil Over Rabbi's Departure

By JTA

One of the world’s best-known Reform temples reportedly is in turmoil over the unexpected departure of its rabbi.Read More


New Computer Virus Hits Iran and West Bank

By Haaretz

Internet security company Kaspersky Lab announced on Monday that it had uncovered a ‘cyber-espionage worm’ designed to collect and delete sensitive information, primarily in Middle Eastern countries.Read More


Iran-Linked Spies Tried To Kill U.S. Diplomats

By JTA

Operatives linked to Iran tried to kill foreign diplomats, including Israelis and Americans, in at least seven countries over 13 months, the Washington Post reported.Read More


Case Closed Against 'Kill Non-Jews' Rabbis

By JTA

Israel’s attorney general has closed its case against the authors of “The King’s Torah,” which reportedly discusses situations in which it is permissible for Jews to kill non-Jews.Read More


West Bank Settler Shoots Palestinian

By JTA

A Palestinian man was shot and wounded by a Jewish man from a nearby West Bank settlement.Read More


Major Study Eyes European Anti-Semitism

By JTA

A major study of anti-Semitism in Europe has been launched by the European Union, with the aim of assessing the problem and recommending solutions.Read More


Carter: Egypt Islamists Hope To Modify Peace Pact

By JTA

Former U.S President Jimmy Carter said after what he called long discussions with Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egypt that the group will try to modify the country’s peace treaty with Israel.Read More


Judge Rivkin Retires From Israel's Top Court

By Haaretz

Deputy Supreme Court President Eliezer Rivlin, one of the court’s foremost champions of freedom of expression, will retire Monday, having reached the mandatory retirement age of 70.Read More





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