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Dennis Ross Denies Split With Obama

By JTA

Dennis Ross emphatically denied any indication that he no longer supported President Obama.Read More


Egypt's Mohamed Morsi Sends Message to Israel

By Haaretz

Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi sent a missive to President Shimon Peres on Tuesday wishing stability and security for all of the region’s nations, including Israel.Read More


30 Suspected Pedophiles Busted in Israel

By Haaretz

About 30 individuals suspected of pedophilia were arrested overnight Tuesday, the result of a police operation in which an undercover female officer assumed the identity of a 12-year-old-girl.Read More


L.A. Hotel Owner Shut Jewish Pool Party

By JTA

The owner of the Shangri-La Hotel in Los Angeles is on trial in a civil rights suit based on claims of anti-Semitism.Read More


Germans Launch Pro-Circumcision Campaign

By JTA

Two Jews and a Muslim in Germany have started a pro-circumcision campaign to counter a Cologne district court ruling that bans the practice.Read More


White House 'Scratches Head' on Romney

By JTA

A White House spokesperson said that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s comments suggesting Israelis are superior to Palestinians has caused some in the Obama administration to “scratch their heads.”Read More


Petition to Romney Urges Pollard Clemency

By JTA

Knesset leaders have sent a letter to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney urging him to grant clemency to Jonathan Pollard if elected president.Read More


Panetta: Iran Sanctions Starting To Bite

By JTA

On the eve of his visit to Israel, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said that though tough international sanctions have not yet caused Iran to drop its nuclear ambitions, they would eventually persuade the regime to “do what’s right.”Read More


After Missteps, Romney Struggles To Stay on Message

By Reuters

Republican Mitt Romney’s campaign tried to keep the domestic political focus on the U.S. economy and jobs on Monday, although the effort was overshadowed by more controversy from a foreign trip after he made remarks that upset Palestinians.Read More


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


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