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  • 2 Israelis die in Tel Aviv, West Bank stabbings; more violence feared

    Knife-wielding Palestinian assailants acting hours apart on Monday killed an Israeli soldier in the commercial center of Tel Aviv and a female settler in the West Bank, drawing condemnation from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and praise from...
  • What Bacari PDR chef Lior Hillel does now, after the Israeli military and Jean-Georges

    What Bacari PDR chef Lior Hillel does now, after the Israeli military and Jean-Georges
    Lior Hillel is the co-owner and chef at Bacaro L.A., Nature’s Brew and the new Bacari PDR in Playa del Rey. He finished his mandatory service in the Israel Defense Forces before graduating from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and moving to New York to...
  • Palestinian stabbings kill 2 Israelis as violence continues

    JERUSALEM Palestinian attackers on Monday stabbed to death an Israeli soldier and a woman in separate incidents, the latest incidents of violence between Arabs and Jews that have surged since the end of the summer's Gaza war. The solider was killed at...
  • Hezbollah blames Israel in death of 5 nuclear technicians in Syria

    IRBIL, Iraq The deaths of five nuclear scientists Sunday in an ambush outside Damascus has raised anew suspicions about whether Israel is conducting an assassination campaign intended to blunt Iran's nuclear ambitions. At least one of the men was an...
  • Muslims are their own worst enemy: My Word

    Muslims are their own worst enemy: My Word
    Is it any wonder that an overwhelming majority of Americans of all backgrounds continue to support Israel until a more constructive and positive Palestinian Arab leadership emerges to accept the olive branch of peace offered on numerous occasions?...
  • Fatal police shooting prompts strike by Israeli Arabs

    Schools and businesses were closed in protest throughout Arab communities in Israel on Sunday after the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old Arab man by Israeli police that sparked violent demonstrations over the weekend. Israeli Arab leaders called for...
  • Jury to get case of Palestinian immigrant convicted in 1969 killings in Israel

    DETROIT To prosecutors, Rasmieh Odeh is a terrorist who killed Israelis in 1969 and then lied about it when trying to become a U.S. citizen. To her supporters in the Arab-American community, Odeh is a role model, someone who has been unjustly targeted by...
  • U.S. negotiations with Iran are a dangerous farce

    U.S. negotiations with Iran are a dangerous farce
    Having missed a July deadline for reaching an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the six world powers party to the talks -- the United States, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and Germany -- have set November 24 as their new deadline. ...
  • Haim Saban's Friends of the Israel Defense Forces Gala Raises Record $33 Million

    The ballroom of the Beverly Hilton was flush with pride at Thursday's Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) Gala, where billionaire media mogul and fundraising juggernaut Haim Saban inspired some of the biggest names in Hollywood and in the business...
  • Yiddish clubs to shmooze in Boca Raton

    Yiddish clubs to shmooze in Boca Raton
    Some local Yiddish enthusiasts are about to plotz: They need to shlep no further than Boca Raton to kibbitz in their beloved language with their fellow mensches and balebostes. The International Association of Yiddish Clubs is having its 16th annual...
  • International court will not prosecute Israel in aid flotilla case

    War crimes may have been committed by Israeli forces during their deadly interception of an aid ship headed for the Gaza Strip in 2010, but the case does not justify prosecution at the International Criminal Court, court officials said Thursday....