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Texas Brouhaha Seen As Jewish ‘Test Case’ For Tea Party Movement

WASHINGTON - In Texas, the Tea Party passed its first Jewish test even before its legislators had been sworn in.

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Obama Apparently Okay With Latin Countries' Recognition Of Palestinian State    Palestinian officials tell this column the Obama administration is only giving lip service to...

In Major Turnaround, Israel, Greece Fostering A Closer Relationship

ATHENS - Israel's ambassador to Greece, Arye Mekel, was on the phone with a journalist earlier this month when the call came in that Israel's Carmel region was up in flames. The Israeli prime minister needed to speak urgently with his Greek counterpart.

In Major Turnaround, Israel, Greece Fostering A Closer Relationship

ATHENS - Israel's ambassador to Greece, Arye Mekel, was on the phone with a journalist earlier this month when the call came in that Israel's Carmel region was up in flames. The Israeli prime minister needed to speak urgently with his Greek counterpart.

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WikiLeaks Co-Founder Charges Website With Selling Classified Information   One of the early members and co-founders of the tight-knit, secretive WikiLeaks operation charged today that...

The Mt. Carmel Inferno: Eyewitness Account

HAIFA - Bulgarian firefighters have agreed to let me tag along with them as they make their way up the gullies in the Carmel Forest, seeking out flames still burning uncontrolled.

Carmel Fire Aftermath: Mourning, Assessing, Finger Pointing

JERUSALEM - In the aftermath of the deadliest fire in Israel's history, Israelis this week set to the task of burying the dead, cleaning up and figuring out what exactly went wrong - and who is to blame.

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WikiLeak Document: Netanyahu Doesn't Want Israel Governing West Bank    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a delegation of visiting U.S. lawmakers he does not want...

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Hamas Chief Pessimistic On Peace Prospects    The political chief of Hamas believes the new "pro-Israel" Congress will put the kibosh on President Obama's attempts...

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PA Official: U.S. Does Not Support Israeli Lease Of Jordan Valley    A U.S. proposal for a deal with the Palestinian Authority did not include...

New Freeze Talk Imperils Netanyahu’s Coalition

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing his first serious coalition crisis after tentatively agreeing to a new 90-day construction freeze in Judea and Samaria in return for several financial, military and political incentives from President Obama.

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Hamas Imports 'Game Changing' Weapons    Hamas succeeded in bringing into the Gaza Strip "game changing" weapons, a top member of Hamas's military wing claimed to...

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Netanyahu Fears U.S. Policy Post-November 2    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fears the policies President Obama will enact toward Israel after this week's midterm elections,...

After Bomb Attempt, Jewish Institutions Reexamine Security

Jewish institutions throughout the United States are reassessing their security following last Friday's mail bombing attempt of two Jewish institutions in Chicago.

After Bomb Attempt, Jewish Institutions Reexamine Security

Jewish institutions throughout the United States are reassessing their security following last Friday's mail bombing attempt of two Jewish institutions in Chicago.

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Carter To Work For Anti-Israel Sanctions    Former president Jimmy Carter told the Palestinian government he would work privately to push for U.S. and international...

Palestinians’ UN Statehood Gambit Puts Israel Against Wall

JERUSALEM - With talks at a stalemate and no agreement from the Israelis to reinstate a settlement freeze, the Palestinians are playing a new card: an end game to statehood through an appeal to the international community.

Palestinians’ UN Statehood Gambit Puts Israel Against Wall

JERUSALEM - With talks at a stalemate and no agreement from the Israelis to reinstate a settlement freeze, the Palestinians are playing a new card: an end game to statehood through an appeal to the international community.

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Prominent Democrat Rallies Socialist Activists    The Democratic chairman of the powerful House Judiciary Committee has been caught on tape meeting with a U.S.-based, Marxist-oriented...

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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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