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Moshe Yaalon and the Anti-Defamation League Praise Hagel As He Announces Resignation


Israel’s defense minister and the Anti-Defamation League lavished praise on U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on the day he announced his resignation.Read More

Israeli Border Police Officer Indicted in Death of 17-Year-Old Palestinian


An Israel Border Police officer was indicted in the shooting death of a 17-year-old Palestinian.Read More

Two Jewish Men Stabbed in Jerusalem During Fight With Palestinian Youths


Two Jewish men were stabbed in Jerusalem during a fight with local Palestinian youths.Read More

Obama's Order Not to Oppress the 'Stranger' Resonates With Jewish Groups

By Ron Kampeas

President Obama did not mention Jews once in immigration speech, but he ended with a flourish that would be immediately recognizable to anyone who has sat through a Passover seder.Read More

Yehuda Glick Leaves Hospital Nearly a Month After Failed Assassination Attempt


Yehuda Glick, the Temple Mount activist shot in a failed assassination attempt, left the hospital nearly a month after the attack.Read More

Canadian-Israeli Victim of Jerusalem Terror Attack Still in a Coma


A Canadian-Israeli citizen remains in a coma nearly a week after the deadly attack on a Jerusalem synagogue during morning prayers.Read More

Grandson of Rudolf Hoess Attends Budapest Holocaust Commemoration


Hungarian Holocaust survivors had a difficult time handling the presence of Rainer Hoess, the grandson of Auschwitz death camp commander Rudolf Hoess, at an event in Budapest.Read More

Iran Talks Extended Seven Months After Failing to Meet Deadline

By Reuters

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the likelihood that Iran and six world powers would fail to meet a deadline on Monday for a nuclear agreement.Read More

Ukraine Jewish Leader Dies in Possible Suicide


Vadim Vishnevsky, a prominent member of the Jewish community of Kharkiv in Ukraine, died of a gunshot wound to the head.Read More

Swiss Museum Decides To Take $1.2B 'Nazi' Art Trove


A Swiss museum formally agreed to accept the bequest of hundreds of art works from the late German art collector Cornelius Gurlitt, which may include Nazi-looted art.Read More

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