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Quinoa for Passover: Kashrut Debate or Power Struggle?

Star K says quinoa is kosher for Passover. The OU says it is not, and once again the principle of keeping a mitzvah is getting lost in the argument over who is in charge.

Female MKs Prayed with Women of the Wall, No Arrests this Time

Some 30 percent of the women were Israeli Modern Orthodox.

Israel Creating Virtual Embassies in Middle East

Israel is utilizing new media technology to developing innovative ways to extend hands of friendship to countries in a volatile Middle East. “We are exploring...

Judge Throws Out Jewish Lawyer’s Bid to Ban Jews from Jury

Frederick H. Cohn, Abdel Hameed Shehadeh, terror, Muslim,Jew

Report: Mossad Wiretapped Abbas’ Tunis Office in 1993

The Mossad wiretapped the Tunis office of Mahmoud Abbas, now chairman of the Palestinian Authority, shortly before the signing of the Oslo Accords in...

Hamas Re-Working Its Image to Pressing US to Remove Terror Label

Hamas is trying to re-work its image as a terrorist organization to convince the United States and the European Union remove it from the...

Obama Promises Arab-American Leaders He Is Committed to PA State

President Barack Obama told Arab-American leaders that his trip to Israel and the Palestinian areas would demonstrate U.S. commitment to partnering with the Palestinian...

European Union Officials to Tour Jewish Sites in Samaria

European Union officials from Austria, Belgium and Turkey are scheduled to visit Ariel University, in Central Samaria, and will meet with Shomron Jewish leaders...

Sour Sound of Music: Vienna Philharmonic’s Nazi Past

The Vienna Philharmonic had low level Nazi Party members, but also officials with the SS, one of whom turned over more than a dozen orchestra members, at least five of whom perished in Nazi concentration camps. After the war, that Nazi official become the orchestra's executive director.

IAF Cobra Crash, Crew Killed

The crew were on a routine training mission.

Court De-Fizzes Mayor Bloomberg’s Soda Ban

A New York state judge ruled that the New York City “big soda can” ban promoted by Mayor Michael Bloomberg is illegal. It was...

A Preview of President Obama’s Stage Show to Israel

The year’s biggest photo op gets underway next week. Obama will smile in Jerusalem and Ramallah and pray in a church that he can “fool all the people all of the time.”

Israel Start-Up’s Anti-Obesity Pill Set to Go Big Time

An Israeli-made pill may be on its way to make the world slimmer. The “slim pill” to reduce obesity could go on the market as a medicine, with the help of a major pharmaceutical company.

Locusts Invade Israel but More of a Tourist Site than a Plague

Israelis are excited over the latest tourists – locusts – while the Agriculture Ministry is making sure the pests have a short stay. Armchair preachers are having as field day with the new arrivals.

Muslim Terrorist Wannabe’s Jewish Lawyer Seeks to Bar Jews from Jury UPDATE

Cohn's effort highlights an increasing tendency, in an effort to achieve "fairness" towards accused terrorists, of marching along a road littered with the civil rights of others.

Obama Must Keep Kosher for Passover at King David Hotel

President Barack Obama will have to eat kosher for Passover meals, without bread, during his stay the King David Hotel next week, Haaretz reported. "We're...

Barbra Streisand to Sing at 90th Birthday Bash for Peres

Barbra Streisand will make her official performing debut in Israel at the 90th birthday celebration for President Shimon Peres at the Israeli Presidential Conference,...

Egypt Ignoring Destruction of Huge Archaeological Site

The Muslim Brotherhood regime is ignoring the “systematic” destruction of Antonopoulos, one of Egypt’s biggest archaeological sites, the Egypt Independent reported Monday. Monica Hanna, a...

PA Stats Reveals 3% of Arabs Are Drug Addicts

Approximately one of every 30 Arabs in areas claimed by the Palestinian Authority is a drug addict, according to statistics reported by the Bethlehem-based...

Follow Obama’s Visit to Israel on app

Israel's Prime Minister's Office launched an app to follow President Obama's visit in real time. The app, which is available though Israel's Apple store, will...

UN: Hamas Violated International Law, Killed BBC Reporter’s Son

Rather than applying consistent and professional standards to fact-finding, the claims of are often the products of instant speculation.

German, Turkish Agents Bust Iranian Nuclear Smuggling Network

The network coordinated hundreds of smuggling operations of nuclear equipment from India and Germany to Iran.

French City Honors Murderer of Israeli Minister

Al-Rimawi was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

Pro-Israel Valerie Harper (Rhoda) Suffering Incurable Cancer

Although many people thought Harper was Jewish, she was actually Catholic. "I'm not Jewish, but I guess I've always been a Zionist without a word for it," she said.

Women of the Wall Warn of Clashes with Haredim on Tuesday

Things have been rather quiet of late during the prayers.

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