In Israel, Reaction to Remarks on Palestinian Conflict Is Mixed
Wall Street Journal
By CHARLES LEVINSON JERUSALEM -- Israelis had mixed reactions to President Barack Obama's speech to the Muslim world in Cairo on Thursday, pleased that he defended Israel's right to exist, but concerned that the speech seemed to place equal blame on ...
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Daniel Herschkowitz, the chairman of Habayit Hayehudi, one of Israel's political parties, shrugged off the president's remarks. "Israel is not America's lackey," he said, according to the Jerusalem Post. But the paper reports that the speech is being ...
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Israel warns Belarus over Iran ties
The Press Association
Israel's foreign minister has strongly cautioned Belarus against developing relations with Iran. Avigdor Lieberman said that Iran poses a major threat to stability in the entire Middle East. He told reporters that Israel expects Belarusian officials to ...
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Voice of America
Israel Removes 2 West Bank Roadblocks
Voice of America
Israel has more than 600 checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Palestinian officials said Wednesday's measures were not enough and that Israel should lift all restrictions on Palestinian movement. Separately, the Israeli army closed three ...
Israel takes down key roadblock in West Bank
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Hezbollah Coalition May Win Lebanon Vote in Tilt Away From US
It also backs United Nations resolutions calling on Hezbollah to disarm its militia, which fought a monthlong war with Israel in 2006. Significant electoral gains for the Hezbollah bloc would challenge President Barack Obama's efforts to pacify the ...
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Avoiding a US-Israel Confrontation
CBS News, NY
He is the author of The Deadliest Lies: The Israel Lobby and the Myth of Jewish Control and Never Again? The Threat of the New Anti-Semitism The signs are growing that a US-Israel confrontation is in the works. But it doesn't have to happen. ...
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Swine Flu Outbreak At Ner Israel
Baltimore Jewish Times, MD
The Baltimore County Department of Health has confirmed a swine flu outbreak at Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Pikesville. Five of the yeshiva's students have tested positive for the H1N1 (swine) flu virus. According to Monique Lyle, health media ...
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Gaza's Gritty Mixture of Dirt, Despair Produces Houses of Mud
Israel said it bombarded the border to demolish tunnels being used by Hamas to smuggle in arms and rocket parts from Egypt. In March, international donors meeting in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, pledged $4.23 billion to finance rebuilding. ...
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Israeli soldiers wound Palestinian in northern Gaza
Los Angeles Times
Israel's former "TV ratings king" admits to attacks
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel's former top television star confessed on Wednesday to police allegations that he orchestrated the beatings of two TV network executives and an agent who blocked his bid for a comeback. "I don't know what got into me. ...
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The Money Times
Despite tensions, US, Israel still talking about Iran
By Barak Ravid Despite the tension between the US and Israel over settlement construction, senior officials will be participating in a joint working group on Iran's nuclear program and the potential dialogue between Washington and Tehran. ...
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