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Major academic group to consider anti-Israel motionWASHINGTON — Until recently, the rule of thumb in the pro-Israel community was that the bigger the academic group, the less likely it was to...read more...
Kerry proposes return of 80,000 Palestinian refugees to IsraelU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has proposed to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas the return of 80,000 Palestinian refugees to Israel...read more...
Police seek two female suspects in couple's murderPolice in Hallandale Beach, Fla., say it’s “only a matter of time before we get [a DNA] match,” of two females suspected in the...read more...
Add sparkle to your Tu b’Shvat sederWinter fruit might seem less spectacular than the much more valued offerings of summer, but oranges and pears in particular, while quiet and common,...read more...
Don’t return to an intolerant Quebec, Goldbloom pleadsMONTREAL — As Quebec enters another chapter in the debate over the government’s proposed values charter, a former Liberal cabinet...read more...
Hijab outscores yarmulke 26-0 in NCAA Division I basketball actionNorthwestern’s Aaron Liberman — or, more accurately, his yarmulke — made headlines for one minute of scoreless action on January 5...read more...
Chile’s Palestine soccer club stirs furor with map uniformA soccer team in Chile’s top league has ignited controversy with its uniforms showing the entire map of Israel as Palestine. The uniforms of...read more...
Dutch pensions group divests from Israeli banks over settlementsTHE HAGUE, Netherlands   — A Dutch pension administrator has divested from five Israeli banks over their activity in the West Bank. The...read more...
After 10 years, largest eruv in U.K. going operationalMANCHESTER — The United Kingdom’s largest eruv will be usable for the first time this Sabbath. The Manchester eruv took 10 years to plan...read more...
Report: Former U.S. envoys to Israel now support Pollard releaseJERUSALEM   — Two former U.S. ambassadors to Israel who have opposed clemency for jailed spy-for-Israel Jonathan Pollard told an Israeli...read more...

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