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  • Israeli-Palestinian conflict shifts ominously toward religious war

    Israeli-Palestinian conflict shifts ominously toward religious war
    Guarded by a phalanx of riot police, the knot of young Jewish men, long sidelocks blowing in the breeze, strode across the paved esplanade of Jerusalem's most sensitive religious site. A group of veiled and black-robed Muslim women leaped up to confront...
  • Synagogue slayings trigger grief, outrage

    An outpouring of grief and outrage echoed through the South Florida Jewish community in the wake of the Nov.18 slaying of four rabbis, three of them American citizens, as they prayed at the Kehillat Bnei Torah synagogue in the Orthodox neighborhood of Har...
  • Tragedy in Jerusalem

    Tragedy in Jerusalem
    There can be no excuse, no explanation, no reasoned or even plausible justification for the horrific attack on a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday that left four rabbis and an Israeli police officer dead. The assailants, two Palestinian militants armed with...
  • Jerusalem synagogue attack leaves four rabbis dead

    Jerusalem synagogue attack leaves four rabbis dead
    — In the pious Har Nof neighborhood in the hills of West Jerusalem, early-morning prayers at a landmark synagogue are an integral part of the rhythm of daily religious life. Those who chose that time and place to strike seemed to know that....
  • Jerusalem synagogue attack: 'Lone wolf' pattern seen in deadly assault

    In the pious Har Nof neighborhood in the hills of West Jerusalem, early-morning prayers at a landmark synagogue are an integral part of the rhythm of daily religious life. Those who chose that time and place to strike seemed to know that. Two...
  • Election results could impact U.S.-Israel relations

    Election results could impact U.S.-Israel relations
    Carol Flatto, chairwoman of the Miami Beach-based South Florida chapter of Americans for a Safe Israel, feels that the shift of power in Congress brought about by last week's election results will significantly impact the Middle East, recast alliances and...
  • Kerry, in Jordan, tries to ease tension over Jerusalem holy site

    In the highest-level bid yet to calm tension over a disputed holy site in Jerusalem, Secretary of State John F. Kerry met Thursday in Jordan with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jordan’s King Abdullah II, and declared afterward that...
  • Cure political paralysis: Letters

    Cure political paralysis: Letters
    Cure political paralysis The 2014 general election left many Democrats shaking their heads in dismay, wondering what happened. As predicted, races throughout the country were extremely close, with some candidates only a percentage point away from...
  • Israeli and Palestinian tension high as Kerry goes to Jordan for talks

    Israeli authorities on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to the expansion of a Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem, a step likely to heighten tension within the troubled city and draw disapproval from the Obama administration. The Israeli move...
  • New violence erupts in West Bank; Palestinian man killed

    Fresh clashes erupted Tuesday in the West Bank, leaving at least one Palestinian demonstrator dead, as Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of fomenting a “destructive religious war” over a contested holy site....
  • School budgets, sexism and Israel: Letters

    School budgets, sexism and Israel: Letters
    Schools: Do more with less I don't know where Thursday letter-writer James M. Graber gathered his intelligence on Orange County Public Schools. I became a substitute teacher because I wanted to learn firsthand more about how OCPS educates — or...