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The main countries from which olim have arrived in Israel over the past decades were: Russia, Ukraine, France, the US, Ethiopia, and the UK.
The members of the Conservative, Reform, Women of the Wall, and other non-Orthodox groups tell the high court that, as is always the case in real estate, they can no longer accept the devaluation of their share in the ancient relic on account of reduced exposure to street traffic, or, you guessed it: location, location, location.
Oliver Stone’s appearance on Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show' was a disaster – and most of it never made it to air.
Meanwhile, the proportion of students attending ultra-Orthodox schools has increased by about 300% since 1992.
Out of Israel's children, 1.996 million are Jews (71.3%), 718 thousand are Arab (25.7%) and the rest, 84 thousand children (3%), are neither.
Stephen Colbert makes a child happy by singing 'Fiddler on the Roof' with the Broadway cast on his CBS Late Show.
CBS talk show host Stephen Colbert makes a child's dream come true by singing 'Fiddler on the Roof.'
A number of Israeli papers regurgitated a biased AP article on settlement growth, but they should have read it more carefully before hitting publish.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu focused the Iranian nuclear threat on the United States Thursday, telling Americans through a CBS interview that Iran is developing...
Thousands of Christian and Jewish supporters of Israel have bombarded CBS executives with complaints about a "60 Minutes" segment that blamed Israel for the...
The Flea Theater will present a reading of "The Vandal" by Hamish Linklate (best known as Matthew in the CBS sitcom The New Adventures...
Ex Mossad chief Meir Dagan often adds flare to his public statements. But don't let that fool you, he is a cool and reliable thinker, who undoubtedly was behind the sabotage efforts which caused Iran's nuclear program numerous mishaps and delays. But his flare and colorful speech are fodder for eager editors who misrepresent what the retired spy is actually saying. In fact, they often not only twist his words, they go as far as to invent new words for him, born by nothing more than wishful thinking and an agenda.
It's inevitable that the joy and national unity over the killing of that monster bin Laden would cool. Already we're debating the journalistic and political ramifications. President Obama told CBS he wouldn't "spike the football" by releasing photos proving Osama is dead.
Last year the Monitor proffered readers a list of books for summer reading that was, it must be said, several intellectual notches above the usual beach-and-bungalow fare. The theme of that list was U.S. presidents. This year’s theme, naturally, is especially close to the Monitor’s heart – the news media.
Dan Rather is finally out at CBS News, nearly two years after his shoddy and discredited reporting – in the midst of a very tight presidential campaign – on President Bush’s National Guard service, and more than a decade after his CBS Evening News settled into last place among the network newscasts, where it’s remained ever since.