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PMW Report Leads to Germany’s Cancellation of PA Sports Deal

Germany had planned to send sports expert Gert Engels to coach the Palestinian Authority football team over a 2-year period.

Israeli Shekel Drops Against US Dollar

The Israeli shekel has weakened against the US dollar and other foreign currencies.

Released for Publication: Hamas Money Smuggling Operation Exposed

Hamas took advantage of Israeli entry permits to smuggle money from Gaza into Judea and Samaria for terror operations.

Turmoil in Egypt May be Driving Up Shekel-Dollar Rate

One dollar bought slightly more than 3.57 shekels Monday morning as the shekel lost some of its recent strength, possibly because of the violence...

Does Russia Have its Eye on Strategic Cyprus?

Russia's strategic geopolitical interests provide an important incentive for Russia to gain a foothold in Cyprus.

Israeli Company Wins Tender to Build Milk Parlors for Belarus

An Israeli company has won a 12 million-euro tender with the Belarusian government to build 135 advanced cow milking parlors across the country.

Shekel Up Against Dollar Post-Rosh Hashanah

The shekel strengthened against the dollar and euro in trading after the Rosh Hashana holiday. Tel Aviv’s foreign currency exchange market was closed Monday and Tuesday for the Jewish New Year.

Moody’s 2012 Report and Israel

While recognizing pitfalls of the Israeli economy such as Israel's significant social and political problems as well as a slowdown in growth, Moody's 2012 credit report seems to have more confidence in israel's economy relative to the G-20 advanced countries.

The U.S. Politics of the Eurocrisis

If Obama and other world leaders want Merkel to keep propping up the euro with German taxpayers' money, they will have to share some of the burden. Soon, the world will have to come to the rescue of Europe, and help to bail out the eurozone. So until November, the euro's problems are Obama's problems, too.

Eurocrisis: Russia Offers Its Services

Russia undoubtedly has strategic interests when offering financial support to debt-ridden Europe. Many will lose through the eurocrisis, but Russia will not be among them. So far, Brussels has not turned to Moscow for help -- yet. But if the situation deteriorates, that soon might be the case.

Who Will Suffer As A Result of Euro Policies? The Jews.

The extreme-left Greek Syriza party became the second biggest party in the country on May 6, surpassing the socialist Pasok party. Syriza has a party platform which includes "disengagement from NATO" and "termination of the military cooperation with Israel."

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