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U.S. Vows To Assign Blame If Israel-PA Fail

By Akiva Elder (Haaretz)

The United States government has committed to playing a role in indirect talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, and promised that if the talks were to fail, the U.S. will assign blame and take action, according to a document sent by the U.S. to the Palestinian Authority, which Haaretz obtained on Friday.Read More


Rabbi's Sex Abuse Case Opens

By JTA

The alleged victim took the stand as the sexual molestation case against a rabbi began in a New York courtroom.Read More


IDF To Release New Findings Refuting Goldstone Report

By Anshel Pfeffer (Haaretz)

The Israel Defense Forces will soon release new findings about a strike near the Ibrahim al-Maqadma Mosque during last year’s Operation Cast Lead in Gaza, in an effort to refute the Goldstone Report’s claim that it targeted civilians.Read More


Arab League Supports Resuming Peace Talks

By JTA

The Arab League agreed to support the resumption of indirect peace talks with Israel.Read More


Police Question Israel's Foreign Minister Lieberman

By JTA

Police questioned Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman for allegedly obstructing an investigation against him.Read More


Israeli Dual-Citizenship Holders Banned from Entering UAE

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Israeli dual citizenship holders will be banned from entering the United Arab Emirates, Dubai’s police chief announced.Read More


Pro-Israel Groups Rally on College Campuses for Apartheid Week

By Ben Harris (JTA)

At universities across the globe, the annual springtime ritual known as Israel Apartheid Week is kicking off this week, and Jewish students and pro-Israel groups have been readying themselves to respond in force.Read More


Olympic Wrap Up: Jewish Athletes Win Silver, Gold

By JTA

Two Jewish athletes took home medals at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.Read More


Jewish Agency Names New Director-General

The Jewish Agency for Israel continued the shake-up of its top professionals with the naming of a new director-general.Read More


Report: Alleged Dubai Assassins Came to U.S.

By JTA

At least two of the alleged assassins involved in the killing of a top Hamas leader in Dubai entered the United States after the murder, The Washington Post reported.Read More





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