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Hizbullah Leader Comes to the Rescue of his Syrian Patron

“All indications show that a majority of the Syrian people still support this regime and support Al-Assad,” Nasrallah told a crowd gathered in the eastern Lebanese town of Nabi Sheet on Wednesday to celebrate the 11th anniversary of Israel’s withdrawal from southern Lebanon. “Al-Assad believes in reform, and he is prepared to undertake far-reaching steps,

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Venezuelan Jews Protest Promotion of ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’

“The Venezuelan Jews know that the promotion of this anti-Semitic leaflet only generates hatred and discrimination, therefore violating the constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. That is why we request the Office of the Attorney General to open an investigation and establish exemplary responsibilities. We are convinced that the Venezuelan Government, as stated publicly

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Report: Nabil Shaath Visits Gaza Strip

Last March, prior to signing the unity pact, Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh invited Abbas for a visit as an initial gesture ahead of the negotiations between the sides. “I am carrying a message from Fatah and (Abbas) which will open up the way for the implementation of measures to complete unity and neither Netanyahu

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Israel’s Relationship with “New Egypt” Will Be Tested by Gaza Opening

A spokesman for the European observer force that monitored crossing point operations said on Thursday [May 26] that no request has been made for the force to return when Rafah opens, raising doubts regarding adherence to international standards for security checks.   Israel views the re-opening of Rafah as only the first manifestation of a

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Massive Desalination Plant Gets Go Ahead

Investments have also been made by the European Investment Bank, Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi [Hapoalim and Leumi are two Israeli banks]. This will be the fourth desalination plant in Israel which has been built with the cooperation of the private sector.   Uzi Landau the National Infrastructure Minister said at the signing at the

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Obama Calls Palestinian UN Move ‘A Mistake’

While Obama did not explicitly promise to veto a unilateral Palestinian UN statehood resolution, he said that going to the UN instead of reaching a deal with Israel “does not serve the interests of the Palestinian people, it will not achieve their stated goal of achieving a Palestinian state. And the United States will continue

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US: Hezbollah Has More Missiles than Most States

Two months ago, an Israeli security official provided The Washington Post with a map detailing no less than 550 bunkers, 300 surveillance sites and 100 other facilities the Jewish state believes belong to Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon. Most of the sites marked on the map, which appeared in the American newspaper, are located south of

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World Experts Gather at Israeli Presidential Conference

May 26, 2011

“He had a vision of bringing Jews from all over the world to connect them to Israel and to their identity,” says Israel Maimon, an Israeli lawyer, author and former Cabinet Secretary who heads the initiative. “He came to me and said he knew I and others could fulfill this dream.” While the first conference

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Netanyahu Open to Painful Compromises, But Not to Dividing Jerusalem

Regarding the peace process with the Palestinians, which was suspended by the Palestinians last year, Netanyahu covered a number of elements he believes should be in a deal, saying, “I am willing to make painful compromises to achieve this historic peace.” The primary concession offered by Netanyahu was on the matter of the settlements [Israeli

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Scotland: Glasgow Districts Boycott Israeli Books

Following the botched raid on the Turkish Flotilla to Gaza last May, the council expanded the boycott to include a ban on the purchase of English translations of Israeli books and the distribution of these books in public libraries throughout the council’s jurisdiction. West Dunbartonshire was joined by the large Scottish city Dundee, which decided

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