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56 min ago | Jerusalem Post
As I introduced myself, feeling the strength in his large hand, he smiled and said, "Shalom!" I was dumbstruck by the powerful presence of Nelson Mandela, the legendary leader of the country in which I had grown up, the man credited with ending the brutal apartheid regime.
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8 hrs ago | Detroit News
'We don't want Iran to keep advancing their nuclear program while we are negotiating,' said Yitzhak Benhorin, the Washington bureau chief for Ynetnews.com, the English-language website under the Yedioth Media Group, which publishes a widely read daily newspaper and other publications.
12 hrs ago | 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.
President Barack Obama marked the end of Hanukkah with not one, but two receptions at the White House on Thursday.
It's sometimes called "highway hypnosis" or "white-line fever," and it's familiar to anyone who has ever driven long distances along a monotonous route.
The frontman for the Grammy-winning Puerto Rican hip-hop outfit Calle 13 says he sees similarities between the Palestinians' situation and his own back home.
Jameis Winston will learn whether he faces prosecution Thursday when a state attorney finally announces the results of an intensive investigation into sexual assault allegations against the Florida State quarterback.
Ironically perhaps, as the world waits for the Prawer-Begin Plan for the Arrangement of Bedouin Settlement in the Negev to clear its final legislative hurdles in the Knesset and the bulldozers to start demolishing the homes of over 30,000 Bedouin slated for resettlement, the only person who has actually lost out so far is Benny Begin.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Israel's security is a necessary part of its ongoing peace negotiations with Palestinians, a process he described as making some progress.
A member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 's government and former defense chief flew to Istanbul on Wednesday, becoming the first Israeli cabinet minister to visit Turkey since ties ruptured in 2010 over a deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla.
The proposal will mark the first time that Kerry, who was to arrive in Israel late Wednesday, has directly intervened in the talks since they began in late July.
Senior Hezbollah commander Hassan al-Laqis was assassinated early Wednesday in southern Beirut - a sharp blow to the Iranian-backed Shiite group.
While holding the record for the least-productive and most unpopular Congress in memory, the Republican-controlled House took a sudden turn Tuesday and passed by voice vote a 10-year extension of a federal gun control law.
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said Tuesday: "I am not of the opinion that Israel is prepared to attack Iran's nuclear facilities without a green light from the Americans."
Israel's new ambassador says his country appreciates Prime Minister Stephen Harper's unwavering friendship, his government's tough talk on Iran, and even its financial aid to the Palestinian people.