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Campaign Marks Argentina Bombing at 20

By JTA

The Israeli Embassy in Argentina is launching a public campaign about survivors of the 1992 attack there.Read More


Woody Allen Will Play Pimp in New Film

By JTA

Woody Allen will play a pimp who arouses the suspicions of his Hasidic neighbors in a movie directed by John Turturro.Read More


Bibi: Iran Attack Possible Within Months

By Haaretz

An attack on Iran could take place within a matter of months, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a series of television interviews on Thursday.Read More


13 Israelis Make Forbes Billionaires List

By Haaretz

This year there are 13 Israelis on Forbes business magazine’s annual list of the world’s billionaires, which was released yesterday. Last year there were 16.Read More


U.N. Accuses Iran of Nuclear Cover-Up

By JTA

U.N. nuclear experts accused Iran of attempting to conceal nuclear weapons work.Read More


Israeli Flag Defaced at California College

By JTA

An Israeli flag belonging to a Jewish student group was defaced with the word “terrorists” at the University of California, Riverside.Read More


Iran's Supreme Ruler Welcomes Obama's Approach

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, welcomed President Obama’s emphasis on diplomacy to resolve tensions over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.Read More


Palestinian Shot Dead in Clash With Army

By Haaretz

The incident took place in the village of Yatta during arrests carried out by soldiers belonging to the Kfir infantry brigade. A Palestinian man stabbed one of the soldiers in the neck, moderately injuring him. The soldier managed to shot and kill his assailant.Read More


Ex-Mossad Boss Slams Romney Stance on Iran

By JTA

Former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy said Mitt Romney’s gibes at President Obama’s Iran policy were irresponsible.Read More


Most Israelis Against Solo Attack on Iran: Poll

By Haaretz

Most Israelis believe that if the United States does not attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, Israel must no try to do so alone, according to a Haaretz poll.Read More


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