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IDF Chief Dismisses Officer Who Hit Danish Activist

By Haaretz

IDF Lt. Col. Shaul Eisner, who was filmed over the weekend hitting a Danish protester with his rifle butt in the Jordan Valley, was dismissed from his position on Wednesday.Read More


Amnon Ben Ami Wins Painting Prize

By JTA

Amnon Ben Ami was awarded the first Ilana Elovic Bezalel Prize for Painting, which was named in memory of a self-taught Israeli-American artist.Read More


School Administrator Gets Green Light for Suit

By JTA

A Jewish assistant principal can proceed with a lawsuit against New York’s Department of Education for anti-Semitic remarks directed against him by his superior.Read More


Anti-Semitic Vandal Strikes Again in Brooklyn

By JTA

The same vandal who apparently has defaced the Avenue Z Jewish Center in Brooklyn several times may have struck again.Read More


Christie Takes Hawkish Line on Occupation

By JTA

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie cautioned against Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, Jerusalem or the Golan Heights.Read More


Officer: Mistake To Beat Dane 'In Front of Cameras'

By Haaretz

IDF Lt. Col. Shaul Eisner, who was filmed over the weekend hitting a Danish protester with his rifle butt in the Jordan Valley, personally responded to allegations against him on Tuesday.Read More


Without Fayyad, Palestinians Meet Netanyahu

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a letter from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday, detailing the PA’s demands regarding the resumption of Middle East peace talks.Read More


Arab-Israeli Lawmaker Calls for Israel Boycott

By JTA

An Arab-Israeli member of Israel’s Knesset appears to have contravened an Israeli law by calling on Canadians to boycott Israel.Read More


Obama Will Speak at Holocaust Museum

By JTA

President Obama will commemorate the Holocaust at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.Read More


Fayyad Pulls Out of Meeting With Israelis

By Haaretz

An Israeli source said on Tuesday that Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad will not head the Palestinian delegation scheduled to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later in the day. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat is likely to head the delegation in his stead.Read More





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