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Silow-Carroll Wins David Twersky Award

By JTA

Andrew Silow-Carroll of the New Jersey Jewish News won the first David Twersky Journalism Award.Read More


Presbyterians Move Closer to Israel Divestment

By JTA

The Presbyterian Church USA moved a step closer to divesting from three multinational companies that do business in Israel and the West Bank.Read More


U.S. Welcomes Iran's Decision To Accept Talks

By JTA

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton welcomed Iran’s stated willingness to restart negotiations and called it an “important step.”Read More


Israeli Wounded in Bombing Returns Home

By JTA

The Israeli diplomat’s wife wounded in a bomb attack in New Delhi returned to Israel.Read More


Le Pen Conviction for Holocaust Denial Upheld

By JTA

A Paris court upheld an earlier decision against far-right former presidential candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen for “contesting” the Holocaust.Read More


Rare Snowstorm Bears Down on Jerusalem

By JTA

Jerusalem is bracing for possible snowfall over the weekend.Read More


Times Reporter Dies of Asthma in Syria

By Haaretz

“I don’t think there’s any story worth dying for,” the New York Time’s Anthony Shadid told Mother Jones magazine in an interview last month, “but I do think there are stories worth taking risks for.” Of a journey he took last summer to Syria, he said “that was probably one of the greatest risks I’ve ever taken as a journalist, but that story felt as if it wouldn’t be told if I didn’t go there.”Read More


Iran and Hezbollah Seek More Israeli Targets

By Haaretz

Iranian and Hezbollah operatives are still seeking to attack Israeli targets in several countries, Israel’s Counterterrorism Bureau indicated on Friday, warning Israeli citizens to adhere to the directives of local security forces.Read More


Sharansky Makes Far More Than Netanyahu

By Haaretz

For decades, the unofficial arrangement was that the head of the Jewish Agency would make as much the prime minister of Israel, but chairman Natan Sharansky’s pay in 2010 totaled $214,000 - 30 percent more than Benjamin Netanyahu, the man who appointed him and made $164,000 pre-tax in 2010.Read More


U.S. Intelligence: Iran Not Looking To Provoke

By Haaretz

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency said Thursday that Iran is not close to abandoning its nuclear program, but is also unlikely to intentionally provoke conflict.Read More


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