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  • No apology necessary for Netanyahu's Congress invitation

    No apology necessary for Netanyahu's Congress invitation
    There has been a lot of misguided commentary in the media and on Capitol Hill surrounding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s  speech in March before Congress. Some critics have focused on the claim that Netanyahu’s failure to inform...
  • Palestinians to put settlements in focus at war crimes court

    RAMALLAH, West Bank Palestinian leaders plan to ask a war crimes tribunal in two months to prosecute Israel for building settlements, leaving charges from last year's war in the Gaza Strip for later, Foreign Minister Riad Malki said. The calculation,...
  • Legal expert quits panel investigating possible war crimes in Gaza

    Legal expert quits panel investigating possible war crimes in Gaza
    Facing Israeli charges of bias, international legal expert William Schabas resigned as head of a United Nations panel investigating allegations of war crimes during last summer's conflict in the Gaza Strip. The move came before an examination of Israeli...
  • President's actions insulting to ally

    Where is the outrage over our president's interference in the government of Israel? Our president found no fault when British Prime Minister David Cameron lobbied Congress. He finds no fault when his people lobby against Netanyahu in Israel. But he...
  • AP PHOTOS: Wounded Gaza girl, captured in image among gloved hands of medics, returns home

    Screaming, covered in red burns and welts from shrapnel, 13-month-old Anwar Saad's fear and pain showed across her face as five pairs of white-gloved hands gently brought her down on an examination table. The moment of chaos, one of many at Gaza City's...
  • Hezbollah at the crossroads: Thorn in Israel's side evolving into regional defender of Shiites

    Hezbollah's ambitions are spreading far beyond its Lebanon home as the militant Shiite movement appears increasingly bent on taking on Sunni foes across the Middle East. It has sent thousands of its fighters into Syria and senior military advisers to...
  • Israeli prime minister calls for UN Gaza war probe to be scrapped after its chief quits

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday called for scrapping a U.N. commission, which is tasked with investigating potential war crimes committed last summer in Gaza, after the inquiry's chief resigned amid accusations from Israel that he was...
  • 8 people killed, dozens injured in bus crash in southern Israel

    A day of prayer ended in mourning for members of Israel’s Negev desert Bedouin community Tuesday when eight women returning from a trip to Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem were killed in a road accident. The accident occurred when a truck...
  • I am NOT Charlie!

    I am NOT Charlie!
    The recent carnage in France is almost history. Belgium and Holland's Jewish Schools have since been shuttered. 11 elite Iranian and Hezbollah commandos were neutralized while attempting more bloodshed in Israel and nine Jews were stabbed in Tel Aviv....
  • Scholar to discuss Jews of India

    Scholar to discuss Jews of India
    Jews in India have more freedom and few if any cases of discrimination than anywhere else in the world, according to Rabbi Romiel Daniel, the scholar in residence from Feb. 6-7 at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. Daniel emphasizes that the murder of a...
  • Netanyahu should rethink his US trip

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Friday, Jan. 30: It's one thing for House Speaker John Boehner to use his pulpit to air grievances with President Barack Obama. But Boehner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are...