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Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

Israel On Alert For Hizbullah Attack    Israel is on heightened alert for possible attacks by the Iranian-backed Hizbullah organization in Lebanon, according to a...

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State Dept. Appointee Tied To Radicals    A recent State Department appointee is wife of the founder of a radical organization whose leaders include communists,...

Netanyahu In Tight Political Bind Over U.S. Initiatives

JERUSALEM - Following reports of an unprecedented U.S. offer of a host of assurances in return for a 60-day extension of the settlement building freeze, some political analysts are wondering why Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not grabbed the deal with both hands.

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PA Behind Temple Mount Attacks Riots near the Temple Mount that left at least 10 Israelis wounded last week were instigated and partially directed by...

Settlement Freeze Is Over: Construction In Yesha Resumes

JERUSALEM - The construction freeze in Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria ended at midnight Sunday, but construction is resuming slowly, due to the Sukkot holiday

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Is The Building Freeze Really Over?    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the U.S. he will implement a de facto freeze on Jewish construction in...

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Pakistan Minister Wants Obama To Assume Leadership Of Muslim World    A newspaper in Pakistan quoted one of its country's ministers as stating he wants...

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Surprising Proposal Would Have Jews Living In Future Palestinian State    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has secretly proposed a new plan whereby Jews living in...

Poll: Israelis Doubt Abbas, Support Settlement Construction

JERUSALEM - A pre-Rosh Hashanah New Wave poll commissioned by Israel's Channel 10 TV News found that Israelis are not only skeptical about the renewed peace process, they are demanding that Prime Minister Netanyahu renew settlement construction throughout Judea and Samaria when the building freeze comes to an end later this month.

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Did Obama Use Material From Controversial Imam's Book?       Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, the controversial Islamic leader behind the proposed Ground Zero mosque, has claimed...

Bibi Determined To Show He’s Serious About Peace

JERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to propose a phased withdrawal from large portions of Judea and Samaria as well as a series of "quality of life" initiatives designed to improve the lives of Palestinians who live in the West Bank and Gaza.

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   While Israel is hoping for a peaceful resolution to Iran's nuclear ambitions, the Jewish state is also preparing for "a time of war,"...

Tears, Tributes For Beloved Slain Convert Yoseph Robinson

A standing-room-only crowd of mourners paid tearful tribute Monday night to Yoseph Robinson, the beloved liquor store employee gunned down last Thursday as he tried to protect his girlfriend from a masked gunman.

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   Days after President Obama came out in support of a plan to build an Islamic cultural center and mosque near Ground Zero, the...

Article Fuels Speculation, Debate Over Possible Attack On Iran

JERUSALEM - If the United States doesn't attack Iran's nuclear facilities within the next eight months or so, Israel probably will.

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   Will the Justice Department prosecute associates of President Obama who are organizing flotillas and marches in support of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip?    ...

U.S. To Sell F-15 Jets To Saudis; Israeli Edge To Be Maintained

The United States plans to sell F-15 fighter jets to Saudi Arabia, but made clear to an anxious Israel that it won't include long-range weapons systems.

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   The working assumption in the Israel Defense Forces is that allies of the Hizbullah terrorist organization started this week's northern border clashes with...

Israeli Rightists Begin Push For One-State Solution

JERUSALEM - In one of the more curious twists in Israeli politics, prominent right-wing political figures in Israel have begun pushing for a one-state solution with Israelis and Palestinians as equal citizens with full voting rights.

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   Israeli Mossad chief Meir Dagan paid a secret visit to Saudi Arabia in recent weeks to discuss the threat of Iran, according to...

Claims Conference Faces Questions Over $7 Million Fraud

After discovering $7 million in fraudulent payments, the Claims Conference is facing questions about whether it will recover the money and how extensive the fraud actually was.

Claims Conference Faces Questions Over $7 Million Fraud

After discovering $7 million in fraudulent payments, the Claims Conference is facing questions about whether it will recover the money and how extensive the fraud actually was.

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   The Palestinian Authority expects "big movement" toward taking over most of the areas that would encompass a future Palestinian state by the end...

Opposition Mounting To Proposed Israeli Conversion Bill

WASHINGTON - Opposition to a proposed Israeli conversion bill is mounting, from the U.S. Congress to the Israeli prime minister.

Opposition Mounting To Proposed Israeli Conversion Bill

WASHINGTON - Opposition to a proposed Israeli conversion bill is mounting, from the U.S. Congress to the Israeli prime minister.

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