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  • Joan Rivers, a proud Jew who supported Israel

    Joan Rivers, a proud Jew who supported Israel
    The late comedienne Joan Rivers, who died at 81 on Sept. 4, was known for her "acid tongue," making fun of celebrities in Hollywood and poking fun at herself with funny lines such as: "On my 80th birthday, I celebrated by giving myself my 80th face," in...
  • Islamic State Just One Variety Of The Disease

    Both the article, "New Test For U.S., Britain: Old Allies Come Together In Fight Against Islamic State," and the editorial, "Barbarians Will Fail" [Sept. 5] fail to recognize the Islamic State is just one aspect of the virulently infectious disease of...
  • Hamas official sees nothing wrong in negotiating with Israel

    Hamas official sees nothing wrong in negotiating with Israel
    In an apparent shift of views within Hamas, one of its senior officials said this week that the militant group sees nothing wrong with negotiating with Israel. Hamas does not recognize Israel and has opposed direct talks. Israel in turn considers...
  • Palestinians put Gaza reconstruction cost at $7.8 billion

    RAMALLAH West Bank (Reuters) - Rebuilding Gaza will cost $7.8 billion, the Palestinian Authority said on Thursday, in the most comprehensive assessment yet of damage from a seven-week war with Israel during which whole neighborhoods and vital...
  • 'The Green Prince' is a real-world spy thriller

    'The Green Prince' is a real-world spy thriller
    Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of Hamas founder/leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, spied on Hamas for Israel for 10 years As readers of spy fiction know, every secret agent has a handler, the person to whom the undercover operative reports. We've read about it in...
  • International Tennis Federation forces Israel to play its Davis Cup 'home' match in Florida

    Israel is listed as the home team for this weekend's Davis Cup tennis matches against Argentina, but nothing could be further from the truth. The matches are being played in Sunrise, Fla., against the Israelis' wishes, 6,500 miles away from their home...
  • South Florida businesses see benefit from war-driven cancellation of Davis Cup matches in Israel

    South Florida businesses are getting extra work and income for helping to stage this weekend's hastily planned Davis Cup matches in Sunrise after Israel's war with Hamas forced the event's cancelation in Tel Aviv. SUNRISE – War chased this...
  • Few interests, fewer friends in Middle East

    Try figuring out the maze of enemies, allies and neutrals in the Middle East. In 2012, the Obama administration was on the verge of bombing the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. For a few weeks he was public enemy No. 1 because he had used...
  • Human Rights Watch accuses Israel of war crimes in Gaza

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Human Rights Watch accused Israel of committing war crimes by attacking three U.N.-run schools in the Gaza Strip in fighting in July and August, killing Palestinian civilians who had sheltered there. The New York-based group...
  • Dry West Bank ridge becomes focus of Israel-Palestinian tension

    JAB'A West Bank (Reuters) - The rocky valley north of Jab'a, scattered with olive and pine trees and dry streams long evaporated by the searing heat, would be unremarkable had it not become the latest point of friction between Israel and the Palestinians....
  • Finally, someone gets it right about Israel

    Kudos to you for printing Natan Sharansky's opinion piece, "Israel meeting same standards used by NATO and the US." Finally, readers can get the Israeli side of the Gaza war without all the photos of the devastation in Gaza caused by the Israeli...