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Bibi: Iran's Attacks Undermine World's Stability

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that Iran is destabilizing the world and urged the international community to condemn its terror acts against Israeli targets.Read More


New York Times Gets New Jerusalem Bureau Chief

By JTA

Ethan Bronner, the Jerusalem bureau chief for The New York Times, is stepping down from his position.Read More


Dennis Ross: Iran Sanctions Are Working

By Haaretz

Dennis Ross, until recently U.S. President Barack Obama’s senior Middle East adviser, believes international sanctions against Iran are working.Read More


Mormons Apologize for Wiesenthal Baptism

By JTA

The Mormon church has apologized for the posthumous baptism of the parents of Simon Wiesenthal.Read More


Jewish Groups Express Concern Over Obama Budget

By JTA

Jewish organizations are expressing concerns at cost-cutting proposals in President Obama’s $3.8 trillion budget for 2013.Read More


Israel Project: Latinos Are Hostile to Israel

By Haaretz

Americans of Hispanic origin, the fastest-growing ethnic group in the United States, are relatively hostile towards Israel because they are ignorant about Middle East affairs and are influenced by traditional anti-Israeli Catholic views, according to the Israel advocacy group, The Israel Project (TIP).Read More


Barak Blames Iran for Bangkok Bombing

By Haaretz

Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Tuesday that the attempted bombing in Bangkok proves that Iran and its proxies continue operating in the ways of terror.Read More


Israeli Wounded in India Attack Stabilized

By JTA

The Israeli diplomat’s wife wounded in a car bomb attack in New Delhi is in stable condition following surgery to remove shrapnel.Read More


Suspected Iranian National Maimed by Own Bomb in Bangkok

By Forward Staff

A man thought to be an Iranian national was maimed in Bankok Tuesday when a bomb he was carrying exploded. Thai police say the incident was a botched terror attack.Read More


Extradition Contingent on Assurance of Kosher Food

By Haaretz

An American hit-and-run driver who was finally found in Israel last year, after fleeing Florida over a decade ago, may not be extraditable because Florida does not allow its prisoners to receive kosher food.Read More


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