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Israel Spends $270M on Settlements

By Haaretz

The government spent NIS 1.1 billion on West Bank settlements last year, and could save at least that much if it were to make its spending proportionate to the number of Israelis who live in the settlements, according to two different reports made public this week.Read More


Jonah Lehrer Quits Over Fake Dylan Quotes

By JTA

Jonah Lehrer, a staff writer for The New Yorker, resigned hours after Tablet Magazine published an article revealing that he had fabricated Bob Dylan quotes in a recent book.Read More


'Hidden' Polish Jews Hold Talmud Seminar

By JTA

More than 40 ‘hidden Jews’ are expected to participate in a seminar in Poland dedicated to the study of Talmud.Read More


N.H. Jews Raise Money for Cultural Center

By JTA

The Jewish community of Bethlehem, N.H., will soon begin fundraising for a local Jewish cultural center.Read More


Once Banned, Chagall Show Opens in Russia

By JTA

An exhibit on artist Marc Chagall, whose works were once banned in the former Soviet Union, opened in Russia.Read More


Romney Suggests Israelis Are Superior

By Haaretz

Palestinians were upset that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel. What annoyed them even more was a remark Romney made during a fundraiser Monday morning in Jerusalem attended by some 40 wealthy American-Jewish supporters.Read More


Aly Raisman Rides 'Hava Nagila' to Win

By Haaretz

Gymnast Alexandra Raisman rode a masterful performance to win the Olympic qualifying round and grab a chance to go for gold in the finals.Read More


Israel Must Find Home for Palestinian Village

By JTA

Israel has 30 days to arrrange a living situation for 27 Palestinian families whose homes are set to be demolished, the Israeli High Court ruled.Read More


Aly Raisman Moves to Gymnastics Finals

By Reuters

Aly Raisman finished first in gymnastics qualifying, setting up a race for gold later this week. She bumbed off teammate Jordyn Weber.Read More


Iran Behind New Delhi Blast: Indian Police

By Haaretz

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard was behind the February terrorist attack on the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi, an investigation by India Police has found.Read More


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