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Israel Wants U.N. Pic Tweeter Fired

By JTA

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations has called for the dismissal of a U.N. agency employee based in Jerusalem who tweeted an incendiary photo during recent violence between Gaza and Israel.Read More


Israeli Army Bars Documentary on West Bank

By Haaretz

The IDF Spokesperson’s unit has recently forbidden the screening of an Israeli documentary film about the West Bank legal system before an Israeli Defense Forces unit.Read More


Nazi-Hunters Made Demjanjuk Infamous

By Haaretz

John Demjanjuk, who died on Saturday morning at a nursing home in southern Germany, would have died in a nursing home in Ohio if it had not been for small, dogged groups of attorneys in the justice departments of Israel, the United States and Germany.Read More


Iran Has Not Yet Decided on Bomb: Report

By Haaretz

Israel’s intelligence services agree with American intelligence assessments that there is not enough proof to determine whether Iran is building a nuclear bomb, according to a report published Sunday in the New York Times.Read More


John Demjanjuk, Nazi Camp Guard, Dies

By JTA

Convicted Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk, 91, has died in a retirement home in southern Germany, police said Saturday.Read More


Bin Laden Wanted Backers To Tout Palestine

By JTA

Osama bin Laden chided terrorists in his network for not making the Palestinian cause a primary issue.Read More


Jewish Leaders Arrested in Sudan Embassy Protest

By JTA

Jewish leaders were among those arrested during a protest rally outside the Embassy of Sudan.Read More


Alan Gross Asks To Visit Ailing Mother

The family of Alan Gross, the American imprisoned in Cuba, likened his request to visit his ailing mother to a similar request by a Cuban imprisoned in the United States.Read More


Florida Man Dies in Purim Revelry

By JTA

A man was found dead, apparently of alcohol poisoning, in the parking lot of a Florida Chabad center following a Purim celebration.Read More


Obama Pays Tribute to Retiring Ackerman

By Forward Staff

President Barack Obama paid tribute Friday to New York Rep. Gary Ackerman, who announced he would retire from Congress at the end of his current term.Read More


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