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Initial reluctance gone, AIPAC makes big push on Syria response
BY Ron Kampeas
September 12, 2013

Pro-Israel officials rolled their eyes this week in response to the opposing spins about their support for President Barack Obama’s drive to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad for his purported use of chemical weapons against his own people. Some suggested that once again the tail was wagging the dog and Israel was leading the United CONTINUE »

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Amid cries of retaliation and talk of red lines, analysts discuss what next steps will be best for the Syrians, for Israel
BY Maayan Jaffe
September 4, 2013

On Tuesday, a Google search for the word Syria resulted in 349,000,000 entries. About one week until Congress returns from its break to dialogue about a potential missile attack against the Syrian government, led by Bashar al-Assad, for its purported use of chemical weapons, analysts are debating — and citizens are rallying — for or CONTINUE »

BY Aryeh Savir
September 3, 2013

Early this morning, at about 3:30, a stolen truck driven by two Palestinians from Jenin and Qalkilia ran through the security checkpoint at the entrance to Ben Gurion Airport. Emergency procedures were immediately set in motion and security forces dispersed throughout the field. The truck continued its rampage through the field, running through more checkpoints CONTINUE »

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Azerbaijan, Israel, Muslims and Jews
BY Maayan Jaffe
August 29, 2013

“Azerbaijan is a friend of the Jewish people, of the Israeli people and of the American people,” said Elin Suleymanov, the Republic of Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the United States. “This is not just a coincidence. It is a conscious decision by the government of Azerbaijan and the people of Azerbaijan.” That was the message that CONTINUE »

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Naked Sea Salt has a new product that’s edible, sustainable, peace promoting and … from the Dead Sea
BY Maayan Jaffe
August 21, 2013

One of the most common stops on a first tour of Israel is the Dead Sea, in Hebrew Yam HaMelach. It’s the place where visitors can change into their bathing suits, saunter to the water’s edge and float — literally unable to immerse in the water due to its high concentration of salt. After the CONTINUE »