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MKs Zoabi, Sarsour, Ghnaim Met with Hamas

Arab MKs Hanin Zoabi, Ibrahim Sarsour, and Masud Ghnaim all photographed meeting with Dr. Aziz Dwaik.

Syrian Rebels Briefly Seize Damascus Suburb

Witnesses said the Free Syrian Army held territory and set up roadblocks in Douma, a center of dissent, for up to several hours before retreating to their hideouts.

Prominent Samaria Rabbi: ‘Great Mitzvah to Serve in the army’

Head of Har Bracha yeshiva supports IDF service for religious men.

Demand for Sharia Law in Libya Growing

Islamist parties expected to fair well in upcoming Libyan elections.

Islamists Win Over 70% of Egyptian Parliament

The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party wins 235 seats; the ultra-conservative Salafist Al-Nur party wins 121 seats.

Cabinet To Extend Law Denying Citizenship to Palestinians Who Marry Israelis

One-year extension of the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law supported by Israel Security Service.

Jordan’s Queen Orders Solid Gold Shoes as King Pushes Two-State Solution

Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan has commissioned a jeweler in Calcutta, India to make shoes for her out of gold.

PM Netanyahu: Israel Will Protect Jewish People Against ‘Bitter Enemies’

PM speaks on the anniversary of the Wannsee Conference, where the Nazis decided on their "Final Solution," for the Jewish people.

IAF Strikes Gaza Terrorists

Terrorist squad in southern Gaza targeted after launching rockets.

Terrorist Attack Thwarted at Kalandiya Security Checkpoint

Palestinian man wielding an axe attacks border guards.

Palestinians Attack With Rockets, Guns and Axe

Air force kills rocket squad, but shooters flee in West Bank ambush

No Politician Cares About Funding Private Schools

There are two types of politicians we encounter when advocating to relieve our community’s tuition burden through the use of government funding: those who claim to be 100 percent behind us, and those who claim to be 100 percent against us. What’s interesting is that politicians in both categories do not seem to understand what “100 percent” means.

MidEast, Media, & Jewish World Wrap-up

U.S. sanctions imposed on Iran ineffective; EU to encourage Arab building in Area C; Al Jazeera accused of promoting anti-Americanism; Israelis rescued from the Italian Costa Concordia cruise liner.

Bolton: Iran May Be Closer To A Bomb Than We Think

“I worry the publicly available information is giving only a very small picture and that Iran is actually even much further along,” Bolton said in a radio interview on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio”

Jewish Groups Welcome Supreme Court’s ‘Ministerial Exception’ Ruling

The AJC said the “unfettered right of religious institutions to decide who shall convey their religious messages is as much an element of church-state separation as the ban on government sponsorship of religious messages.”

Iran Offers, Muslim Brotherhood Rejects Place in Assad Government

Offer included four ministries in the Syrian government in exchange for supporting Assad.

Russia Comes to Defense of Syria, Iran

Russia says it will veto any UN authorization of military force against Assad regime.

Holocaust Scholars Criticize Obama

Eighty-five prominent Holocaust scholars last week criticized President Obama for failing to respond to Libya’s hosting of a Darfur war criminal.

Employees in Palestinian Women’s Affairs Ministry Declare Hunger Strike

The female employees are protesting against corruption and harassment in the PA.

Turkey Proposes to Host Iran Nuclear Talks

Turkey's Foreign Minister made the offer in a joint news conference with Iranian counterpart.

IDF Arrests Three Palestinians Trying to Infiltrate from Gaza

An IDF Spokesperson said that a fragmentation grenade was found on the person of one of the detainees.

IAEA Chief on Iran: ‘What we know suggests the development of nuclear weapons’

Yukiya Amano makes comments in interview with Financial Times Deutschland.

Israeli Ambassador to Egypt Returns Home Again

Israel fears protesters may incite anti-Israel violence on anniversary of January 25 Revolution.

EU Gets Tough On Iran With Planned Oil Embargo

European foreign ministers declared their countries’ intent to embargo oil from the Islamic Republic, beginning as early as July, and freeze the assets of Iran’s central bank

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