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Does Israel Really Need A Compulsory Draft?

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The Life Of A Legendary Posek

The birth of Rabbi Yosef Sholom Elyashiv – who died in Jerusalem last week at the age of 102 – is thought by many to be a miracle.

Hillary: She Was Radiant, She Was Funny, and She Was Almost Two Hours Late

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Muslim Brotherhood Victory Upends Mubarak Legacy

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Political Moves By Egyptian Military Could Be Beneficial To Israel

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Culprit in 1973 Tragedy Receives Israel’s Presidential Award

As the peace he helped engineer with Egypt is on the verge of complete collapse, Kissinger acknowledged that the Arabs must also offer concessions when it comes to peace with Israel.

J Street Meddling Turns Illinois Race into Two- Vs. One-State Debate

Tammy Duckworth, a Democrat, is an Iraq war veteran challenging Representative Joe Walsh, Republican of Illinois' northwest suburban 8th congressional district (about an hour's drive from Chicago, give or take). There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with her, except for the fact that she has received the endorsement of J Street, the leftist pro-Palestinian, "tough-lovers" of Israel PAC.

Video: Al Qaeda’s Underwear Bomb Maker A Top Concern

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‘Peace Without Partners’ Reads Like a Python Sketch, But Funnier

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Report: 65% of Jewish Israelis Say Strike on Iran’s Nuke Program Less Dangerous than...

60% of Jewish Israelis also agreed with the statement that only military force could halt Iran's nuclear program, while 37% disagreed; and when asked if they believed that Israel's home front will suffer equally whether it is Israel that attacks Iran or the United States, 63% answered in the affirmative.

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