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Israel Earthquake Team May Work With Iranians

Representatives from the Ministry of Defense that are to arrive in Turkey on Wednesday to provide aid in the wake of a devastating earthquake will be working alongside unlikely partners - the IHH and Iranian rescue teams.Read More


Cabinet Approves Deal To Free Grapel

By JTA

Israel’s Cabinet unanimously approved a deal to release dual American-Israeli citizen Ilan Grapel in exchange for 25 Egyptians being held in Israeli prisons.Read More


Defense Claims Kletzky's Accused Killer Is Insane

By JTA

A lawyer for the man who confessed to killing 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky said the confession was coerced and his client is insane.Read More


Russian Ship Scraps Visit Over Archive Dispute

By JTA

A Russian sailing ship canceled a good-will visit to the San Francisco port over a dispute concerning a collection of historic Jewish books.Read More


Soldier Suspected of Leaking Info to Settlers

By JTA

An Israeli soldier has been arrested on suspicion that he leaked information on military operations in the West Bank to settlers.Read More


Conservative Groups Reject Call To Keep Israel Out of Election Debate

By JTA

Two conservative groups have rejected the joint appeal from two national Jewish organizations to sign a “unity pledge” on treating Israel in political debate.Read More


'Seinfeld' Star Meets Knesset Committee

By JTA

Former “Seinfeld” star Jason Alexander met with a Knesset caucus to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.Read More


Palestinians Demand Release of Barghouti

By Haaretz

The Palestinian Authority is set to demand that the Quartet pressure Israel to release prisoners in fulfillment of a pledge made by former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to PA President Mahmoud Abbas, senior Palestinian sources told Haaretz on Monday.Read More


Netanyahu Scraps Visit to Federations Meeting

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled plans to address the Jewish federations’ annual General Assembly.Read More


Bibi Offers Quake Condolences to Turkish Leader

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday, offering his condolences for the many casualties of a massive earthquake that struck Turkey’s east a day before.Read More


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