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Shaul Mofaz Will Meet Abbas in Ramallah

By JTA

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will meet Israel deputy prime minister Shaul Mofaz on Sunday, but a leading Palestinian negotiator said that should not be seen as a renewal of stalled peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.Read More


Britain Won't Join Call for Munich Memorial

By JTA

Great Britain’s Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport will not join the growing international campaign for a moment of silence at the upcoming London Summer Olympics for the 11 Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Munich Games.Read More


Iran: No One Listens to U.S. Threats

By Haaretz

U.S. warnings of the possibility of a military strike against Iran are void, and only meant to undermine the stability of other nations, a senior Iranian official told the state-run television outlet Press TV on Thursday.Read More


Holocaust Memorial Splits Belgium's Jews

By JTA

A Holocaust memorial plan in Belgium is splitting the divide between the country’s Flemish and Francophone Jewish leaders.Read More


Bibi: Draft Law Must Apply to All

By Haaretz

Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that he would only support a law over IDF enlistment and national service if it applies to every Israeli citizen, including Israel’s Arab population and the ultra-Orthodox.Read More


Clinton to Latvia: Resolve Jewish Property Issues

By JTA

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urged Latvia to resolve issues related to restitution of Jewish property.Read More


Hungary Anti-Semite Admits Jewish Roots

By JTA

A leader of Hungary’s anti-Semitic Jobbik party confessed to having Jewish origins, but Jewish leaders reacted to his statement dismissively.Read More


Orthodox and Reform Campers Join for Fourth

By JTA

Orthodox and Reform Jewish campers will hold a joint Fourth of July celebration.Read More


Chicago Chabad House Avoids Foreclosure

By JTA

A Chicago Chabad House avoided foreclosure by filing for bankruptcy.Read More


Jews Ask Gunter Grass To Skip Synagogue Visit

By JTA

Gunter Grass, the Nobel Prize-winning poet banned from entering Israel, is being asked not to visit the Gdansk syangogue.Read More


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