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Sale of Arrow Missile Systems Put on Hold

By Ori Nir

WASHINGTON — In response to negative reactions from the Bush administration, Israel is putting off attempts to sell the Arrow missile-defense systems to India.Pro-Israel lobbyists have recently raised the issue with senior officials at the State and Defense departments and congressional staffers, according to Jewish activists in Washington, asRead More


Journalist Investigates Rise of Neo-Nazi ‘Little Hitlers’

By Max Gross

Several years ago, journalist Elinor Langer was on an airplane preparing for a lecture she was about to give about the death of Mulugeta Seraw, an Ethiopian immigrant murdered by skinheads in Portland, Ore., in 1989.As Langer began shuffling through pictures and cartoons that the police had seized from the house of one of theRead More


Greeting Sharon, Indian PM Talks Israel

NEW DELHI — With Prime Minister Sharon this week becoming the first Israeli leader to visit India, a mantra has been chanted back and forth in Jerusalem and New Delhi: “India and Israel — two countries that share challenges and values, the only two democracies in their regions. Both countries face dictatorships that sponsorRead More


Lifestyle Magazines Targeted at Young Audiences Find Religion

By Max Gross

When you spot your beau in the cafeteria, is he: A) Bullying the class nerd into “sharing” his dessert? B) Starting a food fight? C) Laughing at his table with friends? Or D) Sitting with the lonely new kid?If you answered “D,” you have “a godly guy”— at least in the opinion of Revolve, the new bible for teenage ChristianRead More


Trial of Bombing Suspects Faces Failure

By Marc Perelman

BUENOS AIRES — While the international angle of the investigation into the 1994 bombing of the Jewish communal center here received an unexpected boost with the arrest in Britain of Iran’s former ambassador to Argentina, the trial of Argentineans accused of abetting the attack may be heading toward failure, observers said.A court is expectedRead More


Lawmakers See Israel in Record Numbers

By Elli Wohlgelernter

JERUSALEM — When members of Congress returned to their offices this week and were asked what they did on their summer vacation, a record number had a shared answer: I went to Israel.House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, a Texas Republican, made headlines for a strongly pro-Israel speech he gave to the Knesset at the end of July. ARead More


Settlement Expands As Road Map Ends

By Elli Wohlgelernter, With Reporting by Ha’aretz.

KEDUMIM — A new neighborhood in this northern West Bank settlement was dedicated in a festive ceremony this week, in what Peace Now activists said was a deliberate display by the government to show that the road map is dead.“They know exactly what is the meaning of this ceremony,” said Mossi Raz, a former Meretz KnessetRead More


Suspected Jewish Terrorists’ Detention Extended

JERUSALEM — The Jerusalem Magistrates Court this week extended detention orders for three men, including two settlers and a soldier, suspected of involvement in a Jewish terrorist network that authorities believe carried out a series of attacks against Arab targets in recent years.At least seven Palestinians have been killed and 19 woundedRead More


Renewing a Historic Partnership

By Alcee L. Hastings

Last week, America marked the 40th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, an event that should not only be remembered for the accomplishments of the time, but also as a milestone in the great civil rights alliance between blacks and Jews.For years, the black and Jewish communities in the United States have worked together to combatRead More


International Agency Eyes Israeli Nukes

By Marc Perelman

Even as the Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs cast a pall over world security, an upcoming meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency will discuss the “threat” of Israel’s nuclear capability.The IAEA’s board of governors is expected to meet September 8 to debate a much-awaited report on Tehran’s nuclear forays, but theRead More


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