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U.S. Senate Calls on U.N. To Rescind Goldstone Report

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The U.S. Senate unanimously approved a resolution calling on the United Nations to rescind the Goldstone report.Read More


Iran Providing Hamas With Smuggle-Ready Rockets, WikiLeaks Cables Show

By Yossi Melman Hagar Mizrahi (Haaretz)

Iran is manufacturing special missiles for Hamas that can be smuggled through tunnels into the Gaza Strip, according to the report of a conversation between Israel Defense Forces Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Harel and U.S. ambassador to Israel James Cunningham.Read More


Boehner To Invite Bibi To Address Joint Session of Congress

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Rep. John Boehner, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, said he plans to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint meeting of Congress.Read More


Avigdor Lieberman Faces Indictment for Fraud

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Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said he has no cause for concern following an announcement that he would be indicted on graft charges.Read More


Sidney Harman, Chairman of Newsweek, Is Dead at 92

Sidney Harman, a Jewish entrepreneur who bought Newsweek magazine last year, has died.Read More


Debbie Wasserman Schultz Brings Jewish Identity to Top Party Role

By Ron Kampeas (JTA)

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s first day as a sophomore in the U.S. House of Representatives, on Jan. 8, 2007, was marked by a number of extraordinary achievements for a woman barely out of her first term.Read More


Bibi Cancels Meeting With Justin Bieber Over Apparent Snub

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly has canceled a meeting with pop star Justin Bieber after the singer refused to meet with children from southern Israel.Read More


Kids in Communities Hard-Hit by Rocket Attacks Will Receive Free Bieber Tickets

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Some 700 children from southern Israeli communities that have been hit by rockets and missiles from Gaza were given free tickets to pop star Justin Bieber’s concert.Read More


Settler Council: Bibi's West Bank Pullout Plan Causing Panic

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

The Yesha Council of Settlers reacted angrily Tuesday to a Haaretz report detailing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan for a West Bank withdrawal as part of a diplomatic initiative to counter an impending unilateral Palestinian declaration of statehood.Read More


Congressional Legislation Calls on U.N. To Rescind Goldstone Report

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Legislation calling on the United Nations to rescind the Goldstone report is circulating in both houses of Congress.Read More





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