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A Year of Crisis


Poll: Palestinian Goal—Moving from Two States to One

That support is down eight points, however, from where it was in October 2010. In the latest poll, conducted from June 20 to July 8, just 25% say the best goal is for a two-state solution. Greenberg, speaking in a conference call on July 21 sponsored by The Israel Project, said that there’s a big

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Turkish Leader Erdogan’s Plan B: Downgrading Israel Ties

Ankara recalled its ambassador following last year’s flotilla event. It is also possible Turkey will not approve an Israeli ambassador to replace Gaby Levy. On Sunday, the Turkish newspaper reported that Israel is considering compensating the families of the nine people killed aboard the ship and intends to issue a statement regretting the loss of

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Dead Sea Weapon Haul

They bring drugs into Israel from Jordan, but weapons seizures are rare. Over the past year, there have been two foiled attempts to smuggle drugs across the Dead Sea. In one case, smugglers used a boat, and in the other, they tried to swim.

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Rare Ancient Golden Bell Discovered in Jerusalem

The IAA press release said of the possible connection of the discovered bell to the priesthood, “It is impossible to know for certain if the bell did indeed belong to one of the high priests; however, the possibility should not be entirely discounted.” The bell itself was discovered during an archaeological excavation of a drainage

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Israel Expresses Shock, Condolences at Norway Terror Attacks

In addition to the statement, Israeli President Shimon Peres sent a special condolence letter to the Norwegian king and people. In an excerpt of the letter posted on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Web site, Peres said, “The people of Israel are shocked and share the grief of the people of Norway on the despicable

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Israeli Companies Discover South Sudan

This cooperation, he says, will lead to deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars, the payment of which will be guaranteed by the international community. The required fields of cooperation include security, agriculture, medicine and even the capital market, as the South Sudan government is looking to establish a stock exchange in the new country.

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Jailed Palestinian Leader Supports UN Bid

The U.S. and Israel have objected to the Palestinian’s diplomatic offensive, calling instead for a resumption of direct peace negotiations.

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Israeli Diplomat Laments Hatred and Anti-Semitism in Spain

Diplomatic relations between Spain and Israel were first established in January 1986. The 1492 edict of expulsion of the Jews by the Catholic kings of Spain was formally nullified 500 years later at a ceremony in March 1992 which was attended by Spanish King Juan Carlos and then Israeli President Chaim Herzog. Schutz ended his

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Terror Attack Survivor’s Peace Team

The shocking murder of his family members and the injury he suffered himself did not dampen Asael’s spirit. Two years after his rehabilitation began, he was acknowledged as a talented swimmer and now is considered one of Israel’s greatest hopes for the 2012 Paralympic Games, which will be held in London. About a year ago,

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Iran Says It Shoots Down U.S. Spy Drone

Editor’s note: Voice of America reported that the US has denied that they lost a drone.

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