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U.N. Accuses Iran of Nuclear Cover-Up

By JTA

U.N. nuclear experts accused Iran of attempting to conceal nuclear weapons work.Read More


Israeli Flag Defaced at California College

By JTA

An Israeli flag belonging to a Jewish student group was defaced with the word “terrorists” at the University of California, Riverside.Read More


Iran's Supreme Ruler Welcomes Obama's Approach

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, welcomed President Obama’s emphasis on diplomacy to resolve tensions over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.Read More


Palestinian Shot Dead in Clash With Army

By Haaretz

The incident took place in the village of Yatta during arrests carried out by soldiers belonging to the Kfir infantry brigade. A Palestinian man stabbed one of the soldiers in the neck, moderately injuring him. The soldier managed to shot and kill his assailant.Read More


Ex-Mossad Boss Slams Romney Stance on Iran

By JTA

Former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy said Mitt Romney’s gibes at President Obama’s Iran policy were irresponsible.Read More


Most Israelis Against Solo Attack on Iran: Poll

By Haaretz

Most Israelis believe that if the United States does not attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, Israel must no try to do so alone, according to a Haaretz poll.Read More


Kadima Party Fading in Israeli Polls

By Haaretz

If elections were held today, the Kadima party under Shaul Mofaz would capture more Knesset seats than under current chief Tzipi Livni, a survey shows.Read More


Returning Home, Bibi Thanks 'Many Friends'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel has “many courageous friends.”Read More


Israel Slashes Help for Ethiopian Immigrants

By Haaretz

The Immigrant Absorption Ministry will cut NIS 5.5 million from its budget for integrating Ethiopian immigrants this year, while the funds for immigrants from other countries will be cut by only hundreds of thousands of shekels at most.Read More


Israel Aid Group Helps South Sudan

By JTA

The Israeli nongovernmental organization IsraAID opened a training program to deal with gender-based violence for social workers in the fledgling country of South Sudan.Read More


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