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Palestinian Authority Faces 'Worst' Fiscal Crisis

By JTA

The Palestinian Authority is facing its “worst financial crisis” yet, according to a PA official, because of a foreign aid shortfall and the rejection of a $100 million loan by the International Monetary Fund.Read More


Jews Raise Support for Colorado Fire Victims

By JTA

As residents of Colorado Springs return to their homes following widespread wild fires, U.S. Jewish communities are raising money for relief funds.Read More


Hungary Far Right Challenges Jews to Debate

By JTA

Days after one of his colleagues admitted to having Jewish roots, a far-right Hungarian politician challenged the country’s Jewish communal leader to a debate.Read More


Italian Jew Falls in Bid for Wimbledon Quarters

By JTA

Camila Giorgi, an Italian Jewish player, lost in her upset bid to reach Wimbledon’s quarterfinals.Read More


Bibi: Don't Blame Me for Mofaz-Abbas Snafu

By Haaretz

Vice Prime Minister and Kadima chairman Shaul Mofaz continues to claim that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is behind the torpedoing of his meeting with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, which was meant to take place on Sunday.Read More


Ancient Temple Floor Uncovered in Israel

By JTA

The remains of an ancient synagogue were discovered in northern Israel.Read More


Israeli Leaders Say Goodbye to Shamir

By Haaretz

Yitzhak Shamir was laid to rest on in Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl cemetery. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lauded Shamir as an ‘unknown soldier’ of Zionism.Read More


South Africans March To Support Israel

By JTA

Nearly 2,000 people rallied in support of Israel in two South African cities.Read More


Mofaz Threatens To Quit Unity Government

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disbanded a state-sanctioned committee charged with forming a new law on drafting ultra-Orthodox men into the Israel Defense Forces on Monday, in an apparent blow to coalition partner Kadima, which joined the premier’s cabinet based on an agreement that the government would formulate a new Haredi enlistment law.Read More


Tel Aviv Hospital Bars Africans From Visiting

By Haaretz

The director of Ichilov Medical Center in Tel Aviv announced Monday that entry to the hospital will be denied to African migrants, unless they are in need of medical attention or hospitalization.Read More


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