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Bibi May Ask Obama To Threaten Iran Strike

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to publicly harden his line against Iran during a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on March 5, according to a senior Israeli official.Read More


Romney Wins Arizona, Michigan Contests

By JTA

Mitt Romney won Republican primary contests in Arizona and Michigan, maintaining his frontrunner status for now.Read More


Jewish Agency Helps Crisis-Hit Greek Jews

By JTA

The Jewish Agency will provide emergency aid to the Jewish community of Greece facing a serious financial crisis.Read More


Judge Tosses Anti-BDS Lawsuit

By JTA

A lawsuit seeking to overturn a Washington state food co-op’s boycott of Israeli goods was dismissed in state Superior Court.Read More


Israel Will Admit More Ethiopian Immigrants

By JTA

Israel will increase the number of immigrants from Ethiopia for the next several months after bringing in many fewer than it had promised.Read More


Nazi Hunter Eyes German Presidency

By JTA

Veteran Nazi-hunter and left-party member Beate Klarsfeld has jumped into the German political fray, as an alternative candidate for president.Read More


Obama's 'Jewish' Fundraiser Brings in $825K

By Forward Staff

A “Jewish Constituency Focused” fundraiser for President Obama’s reelection campaign raised $825,000, Politico is reporting.Read More


ADL Raps Santorum for Church-State Comments

By JTA

The Anti-Defamation League once again reprimanded Rick Santorum for his advocacy of a church role in governing.Read More


U.S. Iran Policy Aimed at 'Buying Time,' Official Says

By Haaretz

U.S. policy on Iran is aimed at “buying time and continuing to move this problem into the future, and if you can do that — strange things can happen in the interim,” Anthony Blinken, National Security Adviser to Vice President Biden and Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, said on Monday.Read More


Was Jerusalem Cave Used To Bury Jesus' Disciples?

Under an ordinary residential building in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv neighborhood, a robotic arm with a camera inserted into a Second Temple-era burial cave has revealed mysterious inscriptions and drawings on ossuaries.Read More


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