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  • Netanyahu says speech to Congress is needed to warn against Iran deal

    JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that he will go "everywhere I'm invited" to warn against a nuclear deal with Iran, as criticism mounted over his planned speech on the negotiations to the U.S. Congress. "As prime...
  • Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores

    Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores
    Israel’s largest bookstore chain canceled plans for in-store sales of the Charlie Hebdo "survivors’ edition" and announced Sunday that it would sell the magazine only online, after warnings by Arab lawmakers and activists. The first issue...
  • Netanyahu's unwelcome visit to the U.S.

    To the editor: For decades, U.S. presidents have urged the Israeli government to stop building Jewish settlements in the West Bank. This request to abide by international law has been ignored, increasing tensions in the Mideast. ("Israel is drawn into U....
  • Obama to pass on meeting Netanyahu during Washington visit

    WASHINGTON — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned trip to Washington in March is kicking up a diplomatic dust storm in the nation's capital. On Thursday, the White House said President Barack Obama would not meet the prime minister...
  • Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, powerful longtime US ally, dies at age 90

    Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, the powerful U.S. ally who fought against al-Qaida and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom, including by nudging open greater opportunities for women, has died. He was 90. More than his guarded and...
  • Israeli barber's 'magic' hair yarmulke offers concealment from anti-Semites

    An Israeli barber has fashioned what he calls "magic" yarmulkes out of hair, designed to allow religious Jews to cover their heads without attracting unwanted attention from anti-Semites. Shalom Koresh said his skullcap, known as a yarmulke in Yiddish...
  • Saudi Arabia's new monarch, King Salman, a longtime statesman, mediator in family disputes

    Saudi Arabia's new king, Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, is a veteran of the country's top leadership, versed in diplomacy from nearly 50 years as the governor of the capital Riyadh and known as a mediator of disputes within the sprawling royal family....
  • Reactions from around the world to the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah

    Comments from world leaders in response to the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, who died early Friday in Riyadh. ___ "As a leader, he was always candid and had the courage of his convictions...One of those convictions was his steadfast and...
  • Israeli man under house arrest, suspected of leaking unreleased songs by Madonna

    An aspiring singer who auditioned for Israel's top TV song competition was placed under house arrest Thursday on suspicion of hacking into international pop star Madonna's computer and stealing and selling unreleased songs, his lawyer said. Police said...
  • Speakers at UN meeting challenge world to stand up to rising anti-Semitism

    Speakers at UN meeting challenge world to stand up to rising anti-Semitism
    French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy challenged the world at the first-ever U.N. General Assembly meeting devoted to anti-Semitism to counter the rising hatred of Jews, which he denounced as "radical inhumanity." In a keynote address on Thursday, Levy...
  • New Knesset rules lead Israeli Arabs to unite in hopes of winning seats

    JERUSALEM Israel's three largest Arab factions reached an agreement Thursday to offer a unified list of candidates for March elections in hopes of keeping their representation in the parliament. "The Knesset is a parliamentary tool we use, and we think...