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Clinton Hints at Splits With Israel Over Iran

By Haaretz

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who began her visit to Israel with meetings in Jerusalem on Monday morning, hinted after her meeting with President Shimon Peres that there are differences of opinion between the U.S. and Israel over how to deal with Iran.Read More


GOP Speaker Will Balance Wasserman Schultz

By JTA

A Philadelphia-area synagogue will feature a Republican speaker to balance an appearance by U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee.Read More


U.S. Wants Egypt's Morsi To Meet Bibi

By JTA

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should meet, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, but the Obama administration will not force the issue.Read More


Obama Staffer Dies Suddenly at Chicago HQ

By JTA

A Jewish Obama campaign staffer collapsed in the Chicago campaign headquarters and died.Read More


American Jews Reject 'No Occupation' Report

By JTA

A letter to Benjamin Netanyahu signed by at least 40 American Jewish leaders expresses concern about the findings of a government committee which said that West Bank settlements are legal.Read More


Bibi: 'Tragedy' of Self-Immolation

By JTA

A social justice protester who set himself on fire at a Tel Aviv demonstration is the victim of “a great and personal tragedy,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, while ordering the relevant ministries to look into the case.Read More


Shlomo Bentin, Israel Prize Winner, Dies in Crash

By Haaretz

Professor Shlomo Bentin, a world expert in cognitive neuropsychology was killed on Friday in Berkley, California, after he was hit by a truck while cycling. He was 65 years of age when he died.Read More


Most-Wanted Nazi Killer Found in Hungary

By Haaretz

The world’s most wanted Nazi war criminal, László Csatary, charged with involvement in the murders of over 15,000 Jews, was located, alive and well in Hungary, following a 15 year search.Read More


Moshe Silman, Man Who Set Self on Fire

By Haaretz

The desperation that led Haifa resident Moshe Silman to set himself on fire on Saturday night in Tel Aviv, exactly one year after the first tents were erected on Rothschild Boulevard, is a tragic example of the depth of the gaping chasm between the people and the government, a break in the making for years, and has been on full display since last July.Read More


Australian Faces Trial on Child Sex Abuse Charge

By JTA

A man accused of sexual abuse against children at an Orthodox Jewish school in Melbourne will stand trial next July.Read More


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