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  • Israeli hiker shot dead in West Bank by Palestinian gunman, authorities say

    Israeli hiker shot dead in West Bank by Palestinian gunman, authorities say
    An Israeli man was shot dead and another wounded in the West Bank on Friday by a Palestinian gunman, Israel’s military reported. The victims, in their 20s, were hikers returning from an excursion near the settlement of Dolev, west of the...
  • Israel: 1 killed, another wounded in West Bank shooting

    A gunman opened fire at a car outside a West Bank settlement on Friday, killing an Israeli man and wounding another in what police said was a "terror attack." Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the two men were driving along a dirt road outside the...
  • Review: 'The Seven Good Years' by Etgar Keret

    Review: 'The Seven Good Years' by Etgar Keret
    Between the birth of his son Lev and the death of his father — the eponymous seven good years — Etgar Keret seems to have spent much of his time traveling from Tel Aviv to book fairs, festivals and readings around the globe. This, in itself,...
  • Why Obama is wrong about Iran being 'rational' on nukes

    "The fact that you are anti-Semitic, or racist, doesn't preclude you from being interested in survival,” President Obama said last month in an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg in the Atlantic. “The fact that the supreme leader is anti-Semitic...
  • Israel church set ablaze in possible Jewish extremist attack

    A fire ripped through one of the most famous Catholic churches in the Holy Land on Thursday, damaging the roof and burning prayer books in what authorities believe is an attack by Jewish extremists. The fire broke out at the Church of the...
  • Israeli minister summons former diplomat over Obama critique

    Israel's finance minister distanced himself on Thursday from claims by the country's former ambassador to the U.S., a member of his party, that President Barack Obama is purposely damaging bilateral relations. Moshe Kahlon said in a letter to America's...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Syrian rebels advance near Golan; Damascus shelling kills 33

    Syrian rebels launched a wide-ranging offensive against government positions near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Wednesday, after shelling in and around Damascus killed at least 33 people, activists said. The rebels of the Southern Front...
  • 'Jerusalem Post' reporter addresses Iran nuclear accord

    'Jerusalem Post' reporter addresses Iran nuclear accord
    "I will forecast an uncertain murky future on whether Iran's relationships with the United States and the western world will be improved or not after an agreement is possibly reached on the Iran nuclear accord on June 30," said Michael Wilner,...
  • Dark Israeli-German comedy coming to local theaters

    Dark Israeli-German comedy coming to local theaters
    The Israeli-German comedy "The Farewell Party" provides dark and morbid humor while addressing sensitive and controversial issues such as assisted suicide and the right to die. The film, written and directed by Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit, opens...