Future of Israeli program for Diaspora Jews in limbo over funding dispute

Masa programs have been frozen due to a disagreement between its partners: the Israeli government and the Jewish Agency ...
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EU ‘deeply concerned’ over Israel’s arrest of Palestinian minors in wake of Ahed Tamimi detention

Representatives of the organization in the region cautioned Israel against trampling children's rights, calling on it to act responsibly with ...
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Netanyahu is following in Ben-Gurion’s footsteps

Netanyahu's very clear philosophy melds a neoliberal socioeconomic outlook with a security strategy that’s not far from the foundations laid ...
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Silence as Israel destroys academia

The bill, which would make Ariel University in the West Bank a de facto part of the State of Israel, ...
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Oprah: A female version of Donald Trump and Yair Lapid

An Oprah candidacy would be another example of the Western world’s obsession with a culture of celebrity and ratings over ...
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Protester shot in Cairo may have been targeted

An Egyptian woman holds a poster with Arabic that reads, "my Christian siblings.. happy new year.." in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, Dec. 31, 2012. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)CAIRO (AP) Gunmen drove into Cairo's Tahrir Square before dawn Monday and fired at an anti-government sit-in, seriously wounding a protester who had been jailed and tortured by former military rulers after he witnessed the killing of another activist. Two lawyers involved in the case suggested it was a targeted attack.