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American Muslims Call for Gilad Shalit's Release

By JTA

A group of prominent American Muslims issued a letter urging Hamas to immediately release captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.Read More


Duke Hoopster Arrives To Play in Israel

By JTA

Former Duke University basketball standout Jon Scheyer arrived in Israel and immediately made aliyah.Read More


Activist Who Heckled Netanyahu Sues Bystanders

By JTA

A Jewish activist who protested during Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. Congress is suing the four bystanders that she says attacked her.Read More


West Bank Settlers Get Army Training for September

The IDF has conducted detailed work to determine a “red line” for each settlement in the West Bank, which will determine when soldiers will be ordered to shoot at the feet of Palestinian protesters if the line is crossed. It is also planning to provide settlers with tear gas and stun grenades as part of the defense operation.Read More


Israel Warned of New Sinai Attack in Coming Days

By Haaretz

srael has been warned that a terrorist cell linked to the Islamic Jihad and based in the Sinai Peninsula may try to carry out a series of attacks over the coming days, Home Front Minister Matan Vilnai said on Tuesday.Read More


Leiby Kletzky's Family Sues Accused Killer for $100M

By Forward Staff

The family of slain Brooklyn boy Leiby Kletzky is reportedly suing his accused killer for a whopping $100 million.

Kletzky’s parents filed the suit against Levi Aron, 35, who told cops he killed the boy after snatching him off the streets of Boro Park, the New York Daily News reported.Read More


Reporter Fired for Justifying Terror Attacks

By JTA

The Jerusalem Post fired senior reporter Larry Derfner after he penned a controversial blog post justifying terrorist attacks against Israelis.Read More


Palestinians Condemn Terrorist Stabbing in Tel Aviv

By Haaretz

he Palestinian Authority condemned the terror attack in Tel Aviv in a statement released on Monday.Read More


Mosques Pray for Hecklers of Israeli Ambassador

By JTA

Mosques in Southern California sponsored prayer services in support of 10 students going on trial for interrupting a university speech last year by Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael OrenRead More


Holocaust Survivor Dies in Catskills Flooding Spawned by Irene

By Forward Staff With JTA

A Holocaust survivor from Brooklyn was killed when floodwaters swept away a Catskills motel. A Good Samaritan died trying to rescue a child from downed power lines.Read More





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