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Norway has refused to allow Germany to test new submarines it is selling to Israel in its territorial waters, according to Norwegian media reports last week. The Dolphin-class submarines, built by the German company HDW in the port city of Kiel,...
Sunday marked a Global Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem among evangelical Christians, centered on a televised service at the Haas Promenade in Jerusalem, and extending to special prayer services held in scores of churches around the world....
The notoriously anti-Semitic Turkish TV series 'Valley of the Wolves' is doing an anti-Israeli spin-off set on the Turkish protest ship Mavi Marmara, known for being the scene of a fierce clash between IDF commandos and radical Muslim activists...
Spurred on by heavy pressure and even reported incentives from the Obama administration, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to persuade key government ministers to extend the recently expired ten-month settlement freeze for another...
US Federal authorities on Monday denied there was any specific terror threat against Americans visiting Europe, one day after the State Department issued a "travel alert" cautioning US travelers of potential dangers in Europe due to...
The Russian newspaper Ria Novosti reported on Friday that the Kremlin intends to go through with a deal to supply the Syrian army with advanced P-800 Yakhont supersonic anti-ship rockets and other weapons despite heavy pressure from the US and...
The US delegation to the UN Security Council on Wednesday urged new measures against Iran in light of recently revealed violations of existing UN sanctions meant to persuade the Islamic Republic to abandon its renegade nuclear program. The proposal...
While IDF troops battled efforts by Hamas terrorists to derail renewed peace talks with the Palestinian Authority, Israel's inner security cabinet make a crucial decision to let the government's ten-month settlement freeze expire when it ends on...
Israel has placed its security forces on high alert and temporarily closed off the West Bank as the nation enters Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), the highest holy day in Judaism, which begins this evening. IDF security crossings from the West Bank...
The Jewish Agency announced on Tuesday that study-abroad programs in Israel will be launched in eight of America's top universities in 2011 and 2012. “We want to double the number of students from abroad studying in Israel from 1,500 to 3,000...

 

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