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Leiby Kletzky Killer Set To Plead Guilty

By Reuters

A Brooklyn man was expected to plead guilty next week to butchering an 8-year-old boy who got lost while walking home alone from an Orthodox Jewish day camp, a source close to the case said.Read More


Israel Tennis Duo Falls in Quarters

By Haaretz

A day after their stunning defeat of Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, the Israeli tennis duo of Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich ran into the American juggernaut known as the Bryan twins at the Olympic Games on Thursday afternoon.Read More


Ex-Mossad Man Warns of Impending Iran Attack

By JTA

An Israeli ex-intelligence chief hinted at the possibility of an Israeli attack on Iran in the coming months.Read More


White House: 'Patience' Needed on Iran

By JTA

White House officials agreed with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s assessment that sanctions have not set back Iran’s suspected nuclear weapons program, but counseled patience.Read More


Massive Crowd Gathers for Talmud Celebration

By JTA

Some 90,000 people packed MetLife Stadium to celebrate the completion of the page-a-day Talmud cycle in the largest-ever Siyum HaShas.Read More


Egypt's Morsi Denies Sending Friendly Letter

By JTA

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has denied sending a friendly letter to Israeli President Shimon Peres.Read More


Israeli Paper Plans Dozens of Layoffs

By JTA

One of Israel’s most prominent daily Hebrew newspapers, Yediot Aharonot, will lay off dozens of journalists.Read More


Jerusalem To Hold Gay Pride Parade

By JTA

Jerusalem will host its tenth annual gay pride parade, which will pass the spot where three parade participants were stabbed in 2005.Read More


Bill Highlights Plight of Jewish Refugees

By JTA

A bipartisan group of six Congress members is sponsoring a bill that would ensure recognition of the plight of 850,000 Jewish refugees displaced from Arab countries since Israel’s War of Independence in 1948.Read More


Bibi: Threats Not Working on Iran

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that U.S. statements of solidarity with Israel and its assurances that military strikes are still an option aren’t working to convince Iran that the West is “serious about stopping” the Islamic republic from developing nuclear weapons.Read More


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