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Approximately 70 people were killed in southern Syria on Monday, in another wave of violence between Syrian loyalists to President Bashar Assad and a growing group of protesters who want an end to his rule.
Monday’s battle took place primarily between army deserters who have joined anti-Assad protesters, and soldiers in Assad’s army.
The deaths came following a vote by the Arab League to suspend Syria’s membership in the group, and to convene meetings with the opposition.
Syria has evicted much of the foreign media, leading to discrepancies in accounts and difficulty in independently verifying facts.Malkah Fleisher
About the Author: Malkah Fleisher is a graduate of Cardozo Law School in New York City. She is an editor/staff writer at JewishPress.com and co-hosts a weekly Israeli FM radio show. Malkah lives with her husband and two children on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.
Russia is brokering reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah in Moscow; both ask for help with the new US president-elect.
The grant is the largest awarded to Beit Hatfutsot from a U.S. philanthropic foundation in its 40-year history.
Syrians know that Israel has been helping families who have been wounded and displaced by the war.
Israel’s “smart” fence on its southern border with Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula has been heightened and new technology added.
The president of Poland laid a bouquet of flowers on the grave of Yoni Netanyahu, who he said was “a hero.”
President Reuven bid “farewell” to US Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Shapiro, and also gave him a letter to President Obama.
An Arab terrorist decided on the way to the attack that there were just too many Israeli soldiers for him to carry out the mission.
Armed terrorist shot and killed during attempt to murder an IDF soldier in Samaria.
The suspect was arrested and taken for questioning at the Shalem police station.
MK Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid) accused the chief rabbinate of enforcing inappropriate, capricious rules, saying, ‘You can’t count on the chief rabbinate’s kosher certification because it is corrupt.’
Lightweight, compact and cost-effective, BrightNite delivers directly to both eyes of the pilot a crystal clear visual of the landscape, flight data, and especially the mission data.
People on the street participate in a project by Bezalel art students.
The woman was brought to the hospital in critical condition from the terror attack.
Project Veritas reported that the group in question discussed how to insert butyric acid into the building’s ventilation system.
A green bell pepper affectionately dubbed “Godzilla” by the children of Moshav Ein Yahav in the northern Arava desert has won a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, youth director at the Chabad Jewish Center in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, will be introducing a new art installation in honor of Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish New Year of Trees, inspired by the destruction of Hurricane Sandy.
More than 2,000 people have made contributions in memory of the young victims of the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut to plant a grove of trees in Israel.
Shoshana Hebshi, a half-Jewish, half-Arab woman from Ohio is suing Frontier Airlines, the FBI, TSA and other governmental agencies after she says she was forced off a flight, strip-searched, and imprisoned on the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks.
Women may enter military combat in the United States, following the lift of a military ban on women in combat by defense secretary Leon Panetta.
The Jewish National Fund will reconsider a plan to forest parts of the Arava desert, following the request of environmental organizations to consider the impact of trying to alter the native ecosystem.
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