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Obama: Window for Iran Diplomacy Is 'Shinking'

By JTA

The window for Iran to resolve its differences with the West through diplomacy is shrinking, President Obama said.Read More


Methodist Pension Fund Rejects Israel Divestment

By JTA

The Methodist Pension Board rejected a proposal to divest from companies that supply products to Israel’s military.Read More


Harvard Students in West Bank Confrontation

By Haaretz

Israel Border Police expelled a group of 55 students from Harvard University from a Palestinian village after a confrontation erupted along the separation fence near Jerusalem.Read More


Israel Fails To Rein In Jewish Extremists: Report

By JTA

Israel is not doing enough to stop the large increase in attacks on Palestinians by Jewish extremists, according to an internal European Union report.Read More


Shmuley Boteach Announces Congress Run

By JTA

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, the author and media personality, announced his candidacy for a New Jersey congressional seat.Read More


More Rockets Hit Israel Despite Truce

By Haaretz

The Israel Air Forces’ Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepted a Grad-type rocket launched toward the southern city of Be’er Sheva on Wednesday, despite a truce reached between Israel and Gaza militants earlier this week, while a second projectile landed in an open field in the vicinity of the town of Ofakim.Read More


Iron Dome Intercepts Rocket Headed to Beer Sheva

By Haaretz

The Israel Air Forces’ Iron Dome anti-missile system intercepted a Grad-type rocket launched toward the southern city of Beer Sheva on Wednesday, despite a truce reached between Israel and Gaza militants earlier this week.Read More


Collector Acquitted in Fake James Tomb Case

By Haaretz

A Jerusalem Court acquitted an antiquities collector on most counts of forgery on Wednesday, eleven years after the case was first opened.Read More


Hasidic Man Denies N.Y. Purim Arson Attack

By JTA

A 22-year-old resident of a Chasidic enclave in New York pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from the Purim eve arson of a dissident neighbor’s car.Read More


At Jerusalem Eatery, 'Kosher' Means Fewer Waitresses

By Haaretz

A Haredi-owned Jerusalem restaurant will be restricting the working hours of waitresses in order to receive the strict mehadrin kashrut certificate.Read More


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