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  • Promoting Israel on campus

    Israel's culture, history, innovation and politics were promoted on the campus of Florida International University last week. Shalom FIU, the school's Israel club, and the local Jewish student group Hillel Young Adult Division, hosted Israel Peace Week...
  • Community welcomes Israeli emissaries

    Israeli newlyweds Shani and Nir Boneh, known as "ShaNir" (taking a cue from Hollywood's "Brangelina"), have arrived from Israel to become part of the Palm Beach County Jewish community as Shlichim (volunteer emissaries) for the next two years. ShaNir's...
  • If more terrorists go free, I will resign

    JERUSALEM (JTA) — It is no secret that when Israel's government announced this past September that we would be returning to the table to negotiate with the Palestinians, I was not optimistic about the prospects of this latest round of talks. I knew...
  • 'Jewish state' demand gets to the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

    Ah, the devious Benjamin Netanyahu! Just when we are on the cusp of a breakthrough in Israeli-Palestinian conflict negotiations, Israel's slippery prime minister introduces a potential deal-breaker, in the form of insisting that the Palestinians recognize...
  • Former Israeli Prime Minister Olmert convicted in corruption trial

    Former Israeli Prime Minister Olmert convicted in corruption trial
    JERUSALEM -- Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was convicted Monday of accepting bribes in a case called one of the nation’s largest corruption scandals, ending an intense two-year trial and most likely his political career. Tel Aviv...
  • John Kerry arrives to prod deadlocked Israelis and Palestinians

    John Kerry arrives to prod deadlocked Israelis and Palestinians
    JERUSALEM -- Secretary of State John F. Kerry arrived in Jerusalem on Monday evening to begin talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders in a bid to keep the troubled peace negotiations on track. The immediate obstacle Kerry seeks to overcome is a...
  • Was Chris Christie sorry, or was he trying to placate Sheldon Adelson?

    Was Chris Christie sorry, or was he trying to placate Sheldon Adelson?
    As part of what he apparently considers a comeback tour, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke over the weekend at a meeting in Las Vegas of the Republican Jewish Coalition. Christie’s speech was mostly music to the ears of the audience at the...
  • Civility marks J Street forum

    At a time when J Street's positions on a two-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict often pit supporters against detractors, a recent J Street program at Congregation Kol Tikvah in Parkland was notable for its absence of rancor. Rabbi Bradd Boxman...
  • Frida Ghitis: Only one thing unites Arabs: rejection of Israel

    Disputes within the Arab world are nothing new, but the depth of animosity and the sheer number of fault lines, rivalries and profound strategic disagreements has reached an all-time high. The "Arab nation" has never been fully unified. With more than 20...
  • Obama weighs sending shoulder-fired missiles to Syrian rebels

    Obama weighs sending shoulder-fired missiles to Syrian rebels
    RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- President Obama is weighing whether to allow shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles to be shipped to moderate factions of the Syrian opposition, possibly with help from the Saudi government, a U.S. official said Friday. Obama...
  • After expelling Jews in 1492, Spain considers inviting them back

    After expelling Jews in 1492, Spain considers inviting them back
    TOLEDO, Spain — The Jews who flock to the two medieval synagogues in this walled city are tourists, not worshipers. No one of their faith has practiced it in the temples' exquisitely decorated precincts since 1492. That was the year King Ferdinand...