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Israel Museum Raises Funds With Famous Israelis

In a departure from the conventional annual fundraising dinners held by philanthropic organizations, Jerusalem’s Israel Museum conducted tours of its exhibits on Saturday evening and drew not just donations to maintain its premises, but also the attention of some high profile Israelis.

Yemen’s Jews Celebrate Bit of Inclusion in Dialogue Conference

Five seats have been allocated to Yemen’s Jewish community in the National Dialogue Conference (NDC) by President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi.

Residents of Syria’s Yarmouk Run For Their Lives

Reports of international outrage over the bombing of a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus were lacking on Monday, as over half the population of the camp fled for their lives.

Report Lists 10 Countries With Worst Record of Jailing Journalists

A report by the Committee to Protect Journalists has listed the 10 countries who imprison the most journalists, asserting that 2012 was the year of the most jailings of reporters since investigations of the practice began in 1990.

New Zealand Gov’t Fund Divests From Israeli Firms Over Settlement Construction

A New Zealand government fund divested from three Israeli companies because of their involvement in the construction of Judea and Samaria settlements.

Paralympic Gold Medalist Lights Candles With Israel’s Lone Soldiers

Israeli Paralympics gold medalist Noam Gershony lit Chanukah candles in Tel Aviv with lone soldier immigrants to Israel.

Children who Did Not Eat their Fruits and Vegetables Went Blind

One mother said she decided not to intervene in her boy's diet to avoid fighting with him.

Syrian Warplanes Bomb Palestinian Refugee Camp, Many Killed

Warplanes have bombarded a Palestinian Yarmouk refugee camp in southern Damascus for the first time since the start of Syria's more than 21-month conflict,...

PA Prime Minister Calls for Boycotting Israeli Goods

Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad called for a Palestinian boycott of all Israeli goods, JTA reported. Fayyad said Sunday in Ramallah that a boycott...

Arab Who Aided Fogel Massacre Terrorists Sentenced

Yazis Hassan Muhammad Awad was convicted on Sunday by an Israeli military court for his role in aiding the Fogel murderers after they massacred...

Firebombs Thrown at Migdal Oz

On Sunday evening Arab threw three firebombs into the entrance of Kibbutz Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion. The Arabs then fled into nearby Beit...

Islamists Claim Victory in Egyptian Vote

Egypt's Islamists are claiming victory in first round of voting on the draft constitution. While opponents are saying that fraud was widespread, with women...

Guardian Newspaper Bans Pro-Israel Watchdog from Site

The British newspaper The Guardian has banned Adam Levick, the managing editor, of the pro-Israel media watchdog, CiFWatch, from its website, deleting all prior comments on Guardian articles and disabling his ability to contribute opinion pieces to the site and further comments.

Next Secretary of State Kerry Was ‘Shocked’ by Gaza

WikiLeaks revealed that Kerry was pushing Assad as the man who could bring peace to the region.

Did the Satmar Rebbe Offer Election Bribes?

The not-for-profit Hiddush (Freedom, Religion and Equality) organization last week approached the Israeli Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein and the Chairman of the Central Election...

Secretary Clinton’s Illness

A State Dept. press release informs: While suffering from a stomach virus, Secretary Clinton became dehydrated and fainted, sustaining a concussion. She has been recovering...

White House Menorah From Hurricane Sandy Shul

For the second time in office, US President Barack Obama has used a Hanukkah menorah from a hurricane-ravaged area to conduct the official White House Hanukkah celebration.

Jewish 6-Year-Old Youngest of Newtown Shooting Victims

A Jewish child was identified as the youngest of the 26 victims killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting massacre in Newtown, Conn.

PM Netanyahu Lights Eighth Hanukkah Night at Western Wall Plaza

Lighting the national menorah for the last night of Hanukkah at the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated:

Text of PM Netanyahu’s Condolence Letter to US Pres. Obama on Newtown Massacre

PM Netanyahu's Letter to US President Obama (Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser).

Jewish Schools Endangered by New UK National Curriculum

Many Jewish school educators believe it might prove impossible to continue their programs.

Egypt Counting the Votes

1:20 AM (Sunday) Egypt is counting the votes in their constitutional referendum held on Saturday. As the votes trickle in, it seems that the...

Poll: Palestinians Overwhelmingly Want War with Israel

A new poll of Palestinians indicate that they overwhelmingly believe war with Israel is the best way for them to get a state.

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