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127 Immigrants in Israel To Join Army

By JTA

A charter aliyah flight carrying 127 young men and women who will be joining the Israel Defense Forces landed in Israel.Read More


Morsi Wants Peace Pact Changes on Sinai

By Haaretz

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is considering calls to amending the Camp David Accords in order to ensure his country’s “full sovereignty” over the Sinai Peninsula, his legal adviser, Mohammed Gadallah told Al-Masry Al-Youm in a report published on Tuesday.Read More


Barak Wants Debate on Stalled Peace Talks

By Haaretz

Defense Minister Ehud Barak insisted on convening a special meeting over stalled negotiations with the Palestinian Authority during Sunday’s cabinet meeting.Read More


Jailed Palestinian Is Dad — Using Smuggled Sperm

By JTA

The wife of a Palestinian prisoner reportedly conceived a son with her husband’s sperm that allegedly was smuggled out of an Israeli prison.Read More


Nazi Hunter in Hot Water Over Hungarian

By JTA

A Hungarian lawyer has urged authorities to charge Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff with making “false statements” against an alleged war criminal.Read More


Illegal West Bank Outpost Is Legalized

By JTA

The West Bank outpost of Bruchin received its charter, making it a legal settlement.Read More


Indian Police Go to Iran in Bomb Probe

By JTA

New Delhi police investigating the bombing of an Israeli diplomat’s car reportedly are in Iran to locate and question suspects.Read More


Wife of Munich 11 Leads Minute of Silence

By JTA

Ankie Spitzer led a minute of silence to honor the 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team killed in a terror attack at the 1972 Munich Games during the opening ceremonies of the JCC Maccabi Games.Read More


Circumcision-Related Rite Is Opposed by Israeli Pediatricians

By JTA

The Israel Ambulatory Pediatric Association is calling for an end to a controversial circumcision-related rite that is also under fire in New York.Read More


South African Minister Discourages Israel Visits

By JTA

South Africa’s deputy international relations minister, Ebrahim Ebrahim, is “discouraging” his countrymen from visiting Israel.Read More


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