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Israeli Police Arrest Dozens of Africans

By Haaretz

Israel’s immigration police arrested on Monday dozens of African migrants, mostly South Sudanese nationals, in Eilat and central Israel.Read More


Yad Vashem Vandalized; Jewish Radicals Eyed

By JTA

Vandals spray painted anti-Israel and anti-Semitic graffiti at the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.Read More


Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz Dies on 95th Birthday

By JTA

Rabbi Stanley Rabinowitz, who for 26 years guided Washington’s largest and oldest Conservative synagogue, died on his 95th birthday.Read More


Fear Mounts Among Africans Over Deportations

By Haaretz

Many African migrants in the country are living now in a state of fear, more worried than ever about being deported.Read More


NYPD Fires Hasid Who Wouldn't Trim Beard

By JTA

A Chasidic police cadet said he was fired from the New York Police Department because he would not trim his beard.Read More


African Immigrants March in Tel Aviv

By JTA

Hundreds of African migrants protested in Tel Aviv against violence directed at them, as well as Israeli government policy toward migrants as a group.Read More


Peres Plans To Press for Pollard's Release

By JTA

Israeli President Shimon Peres, in the U.S. to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, will press President Obama and other American officials to release Jonathan Pollard.Read More


Israelis Sabotage Water Supply of Bedouins

By Haaretz

The police announced on Thursday it had arrested four Israelis on suspicion they had sabotaged the water supply to a cluster of Bedouin settlement in Khan al-Ahmar, east of Jerusalem.Read More


Israel Starts Round-Up of African Immigrants

By Haaretz

Israel’s Immigration Authority began rounding up African migrants on Sunday, with eight arrests reported in Eilat and central Israel.Read More


Euro 2012 Soccer Tourney Used to Recall Shoah

By JTA

Israeli students have launched a social media campaign which uses the Euro 2012 soccer games to commemorate the Holocaust.Read More


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