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  • AP Interview: Michael Douglas in Israel for $1 million prize

    When actor Michael Douglas learned that he had been chosen to receive the "Jewish Nobel Prize," he pointed out a small problem: Under strict religious law, the Oscar-winning actor isn't Jewish. Douglas, who only recently has embraced his Jewish roots, is...
  • Fire damages landmark Christian site in Israel; arson suspected

    Fire damages landmark Christian site in Israel; arson suspected
    Fire damaged a landmark Christian site in Israel early Thursday in what police suspect is the latest in a series of hate crimes against non-Jewish targets throughout the country, drawing widespread condemnation and international concern from Christian...
  • Interfaith clergy bond in Israel

    Interfaith clergy bond in Israel
    A delegation of South Florida rabbis, Catholic priests and laity recently assembled in Israel for what they considered a historic international gathering that may be the largest and most diverse interfaith meeting in 50 years. This convocation...
  • Israel has run out of excuses

    Israel has run out of excuses
    The article, "About-face on bus segregation" May 21), describes how Israel canceled its plan to ban Palestinians from riding on buses with Jewish settlers in the West Bank. The article also states that there are 350,000 settlers who live in the West Bank,...
  • Wrongfully treating academic debate as anti-Semitism

    Wrongfully treating academic debate as anti-Semitism
    The principle of academic freedom at our universities is under attack by those seeking to shield Israel from criticism by silencing dissent, shutting down discussion and imposing a stifling atmosphere of intimidation at the University of California, in...
  • Instead of bombing bridges abroad, we should building new ones at home

    More spending on the military is not what this country needs. A Republican-backed National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2016 has passed the House of Representatives. It would raise military spending over current levels. President Barack Obama is...
  • Stifling a boycott: For Israel, it means finding a two-state solution

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, June 10: With their multimillion-dollar contributions to presidential hopefuls, Sheldon Adelson and Haim Saban have emerged as two of the biggest names in the post-Citizens...
  • Israel's Netanyahu to meet Orange chief over exit plan

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to meet the chief executive of French telecom giant Orange SA to discuss the CEO's recent comments on pulling out of Israel, officials said Thursday. The meeting was expected to take place on Friday in Israel,...
  • Iran official: Tehran not surprised by spying at nuke talks

    Tehran is not surprised by reports that a cyber-espionage campaign targeted hotels that hosted nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, Iran's envoy to the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency said Thursday. Reza Najafi told Iran's state TV that Iranian...
  • 'Mike's Place' tells the true story of terror in a Tel Aviv blues bar

    'Mike's Place' tells the true story of terror in a Tel Aviv blues bar
    Back in 2003 when filmmaker Jack Baxter first visited Mike's Place, a beachfront blues bar in Tel Aviv, he envisioned making a documentary about a venue where Jews, Muslims, tourists and expats could gather in peace and leave their differences at the...
  • Israel concludes probe of Gaza deaths of 4 children at beach

    Israel's military has concluded its probe into one of the most harrowing incidents from the 2014 summer war with Hamas, saying the deaths of four Palestinian children killed on a Gaza beach were accidental. Thursday's military statement says at the time,...