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Haredi Men Assault Woman in Beit Shemesh


A woman hanging posters for Israel’s national lottery was assaulted by Haredi Orthodox men in Beit Shemesh.Read More

Miriam Adelson To Give $5 Million To Boost Gingrich

By Forward Staff

Miriam Adelson, the wife of billionaire businessman Sheldon Adelson, will give $5 million to a “Super PAC” supporting the presidential bid of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.Read More

South Korea Looking To Buy Israel's Anti-Rocket System

By Haaretz

South Korea has offered to buy a significant quantity of Israeli-made weapons and defense systems, including the anti-rocket Iron Dome system, if Israel agrees to purchase South Korean fighter jets.Read More

Survivors Praise German Plan on Anti-Semitism


A U.S.-based group of Holocaust survivors is commending Germany on its determination to fight “deep-rooted” anti-Semitism at home.Read More

Dennis Ross Rejoins Think Tank


Dennis Ross, the former top Obama administration Middle East strategist, is rejoining the Jewish People Policy Institute as its co-chairman.Read More

Atlanta Publisher Resigns Over Obama 'Hit' Column


The owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times has resigned his position and is seeking a buyer in the wake of his speculation that Israel would consider assassinating President Obama.Read More

European Union Adopts Iran Oil Embargo


The European Union adopted an oil embargo against Iran.Read More

Army Boss: Ultra-Orthodox Israelis Should Serve

By Haaretz

Head of the Israel Defense Forces’ personnel directorate Major-General Orna Barbibai said on Monday that the IDF should enlist every Israel “into meaningful service.”Read More

Under Pressure, British Jews Cancel Abbas Meeting

By Haaretz

Jewish community leaders in Britain canceled a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during his visit to London last week after Israel pressured them to do so, according to two senior Israeli officials.Read More

Defying Bibi, Migron Settlers Refuse To Evacuate

By Haaretz

The ongoing controversy about the evacuation of the Migron outpost hit a new high Sunday, as settlers angrily rejected a compromise proposal offered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Read More

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