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Iran Claims Israeli Spies Confess

By JTA

More than a dozen Iranian citizens arrested in connection with the assassination of several Iranian nuclear scientists have confessed, Iranian state television reported.Read More


Jewish Kiwi Sailor Poised for Medal

By JTA

New Zealand sailor Jo Aleh is poised to win her first Olympic medal as her event heads into its final stretch.Read More


Israel May Bar Arabs, Immigrants From Courts

By Haaretz

Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman has signed on regulations that require plaintiffs to cite their Israeli ID numbers or foreign passport numbers on the documents they file.Read More


Limmud Chief Quits To Run London JCC

By JTA

The executive director of Limmud, Raymond Simonson, has resigned to head the Jewish Community Center in London.Read More


Scientists Work To Pinpoint Dead Sea Sinkholes

By Haaretz

A team of scientists has developed a method of more precisely predicting the development sinkholes by the Dead Sea, which should make the area safer for visitors and people working there.Read More


End Circumcision, Norway Official Suggests

By JTA

Norway’s ombudsman for children’s rights has proposed that Jews and Muslim replace male circumcision with a symbolic, nonsurgical ritual.Read More


Sprinter Steven Solomon Makes 400 Finals

By JTA

Australian sprinter Steven Solomon qualified for the Olympic finals in the 400 meters.Read More


Barak Calls Sinai Attack 'Wake-Up Call'

By JTA

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak called a major attack by Sinai terrorists a “wake up call” for Egypt.Read More


Natalie Portman's Jewish Wedding

By Forward Staff

Natalie Portman got married on Saturday night to her fiancé of two years, French dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied, in a small Jewish ceremony in the California resort town of Big Sur, People magazine reported.Read More


Palestinians Forced To Scrap Diplomatic Event

By Haaretz

A meeting in Ramallah between Palestinian leaders and ministers representing states of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) scheduled for Sunday, was cancelled, as Israel denied entry to some of the foreign diplomats that were set to participate.Read More


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