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The British government released new guidelines last week warning its citizens not to engage in business activities with Jewish businesses in Judea and Samaria and even with individuals, according to updates on the United Kingdom Trade and Investment website.
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Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the Presidential Compound in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, following the conclusion of his meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
The Jahalin Bedouins of Israel have always had a tenuous relationship with the government of Israel.
South Africans don't hate Israel, they hate oppression, South Africa's Ambassador to Israel Sisa Ngombane told Army Radio on Sunday.
Some years ago, an editorial in the Jerusalem Post outlined the "Arab" plan as being composed of two phases.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday that a peace deal could be imminent as he wrapped up his Israel visit, according to an AFP report.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks near US Secretary of State John Kerry during a meeting on November 6, 2013 in Jerusalem.
Chief Rabbis David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef reiterated a position held by the Chief Rabbinate since the 1920s, according to the Jerusalem Post.
The Foreign Ministry called on the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency to return a working definition of "anti-Semitism" to its website, after removing it last month.
Bay Area filmmaker Tiffany Shlain first visited Israel 15 years ago on her honeymoon.
From the bowels of academia comes news that the National Council of the American Studies Association has voted in favor of boycotting Israeli institutions.
After a year in the air, and some 100,000 passengers carried to and from Israel, low-cost airline Wizz Airline will be celebrating with a very grounded party, on a bus roving around Tel Aviv on Friday.
Sitting in a lecture hall in the Talpiot section of Jerusalem, a group of 25 immigrants is discussing "A City and Its Fullness" , a collection of 150 stories by Shai Agnon about the author's ancestral home of Buczacz, located in present-day Ukraine.
Working in the field of Jewish identity empowerment of Russian-speaking Jews in Israel and worldwide, it is often tempting to concentrate on the mission of getting out and spreading around as much Jewish knowledge as possible.