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Hebrew College Will Keep Boston Building

By JTA

Hebrew College is renegotiating its debt and will be able to keep its flagship Newton Building.Read More


Coalition Mulls Legalizing Illegal Settlement

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s scheduled Thursday a special cabinet meeting to discuss the possibility sanctioning the West Bank outpost of Ulpana Hill through High Court-bypassing legislation.Read More


Israeli Gays Praise Obama Marriage Statement

By Haaretz

Israel’s LGBT community praised U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday for expressing his support for same-sex marriages.Read More


Will Mofaz Flip and Support Iran Strike?

By Haaretz

Cabinet members who oppose a strike on Iran said on Wednesday Kadima head Shaul Mofaz might backtrack and align with the more hawkish Benjamin Netanyahu, now that the two are in the same government.Read More


At Least 40 Killed in Damascus Blasts

By Staff Report

At least 40 people have been killed and 170 wounded in twin bomb blasts in the Syrian capital of Damascus.Read More


U.S. House Passes New Israel Cooperation Bill

By JTA

The U.S House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed bipartisan legislation that reaffirms and enhances U.S. policy commitments to Israel’s security.Read More


Jews Gather at Ancient Tunisian Synagogue

By JTA

Hundreds of Jews gathered on Tunisia’s Djerba Island as part of a pilgrimage to the 2,500-year-old El Ghriba synagogue.Read More


Editor Apologizes Israel 'Apartheid' Headline

By JTA

The editor of a national broadsheet newspaper in Australia apologized to the Jewish community for a headline which accused Israel of “cruel apartheid.”Read More


Archeologists Find Evidence of Early Jews

By Haaretz

Archaeologists at a controversial site in the Elah Valley Tuesday announced a discovery that should further stir up the scholarly debate over the Bible’s historical veracity.Read More


Nakba Day Coming to Tel Aviv U.

By Haaretz

Tel Aviv University’s dean of students recently approved a ceremony to commemorate Nakba Day, to take place on campus on Monday, May 14th.Read More


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