Thursday March 26, 2015
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Yemen: Another American Middle East failure
Iran has marked yet another victory as it continues to grow stronger. All that's left now is to sign the long-awaited nuclear deal and Iran will receive a new Middle East where Persian is the official language.
Dr. Haim Shine | Obama won't snuff out our free spirit
The U.S. president's big mistake is not seeing that the Jews know how to stand up to anyone who threatens their freedom.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Obama: When rage replaces policy
It appears U.S. President Barack Obama has decided to march his country on a path away from Israel.
Lena Bakman | Palestinians out of water
Instead of focusing on ensuring clean water for Palestinians, a number of NGOs are waging political war against Israel at the Palestinians' expense.
Netanyahu: I will act to mend the rifts in Israeli society
President Reuven Rivlin grants Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the mandate to form the next government "In democracy, majority rules, and the majority has made its voice heard clearly," Rivlin says Coalition talks officially kick off on Thursday.
Dan Margalit | What lies ahead in coalition talks?
Certain political figures will have to sober up about which ministerial portfolios they will receive.
Yemen's Jews seek way to escape quickly deteriorating conflict
"The situation here is awful," says Moshe, 50, a Yemeni Jew from Rayda Saudi Arabia launches airstrikes on targets held by Iranian-backed Houthi rebels trying to control the country's south Iran calls airstrikes a "dangerous step" and an "invasion."
Dr. Reuven Berko | Gulf states, abandoned against Iran
Western apathy toward Iran and the crisis in Yemen have again proven the flimsy nature of security and defense pacts.
NY Times reports that nuclear deal with Iran might be verbal
European diplomat: Politics in America demand specificity. The politics in Iran demand vagueness White House: U.S. expects any deal to include "tangible commitments" French official: Pressing for deal "at any price" is a bad tactic.
Obama 'out for revenge' against Israel, WSJ editorial contends
"The leader of the free world is still having difficulty accepting that the Israeli people get to choose their own prime minister, never mind his preferences," says a Wall Street Journal editorial on Obama's attitude toward Israel, Netanyahu.
Israeli Arab MKs meet with PA president in Ramallah
Heads of parties making up the Joint Arab List, which won 13 Knesset seats in the recent election, say PA President Abbas told them he hoped peace talks would resume soon Abbas is waiting to see the composition of the Israeli government, says one MK.
Amnesty: Palestinians committed war crimes during Gaza fighting
Amnesty International report: Unguided rocket and mortar attacks by Palestinian groups during Operation Protective Edge were breach of international law Report also finds Palestinian groups stored munitions in civilian buildings and U.N. schools.
Poll: 68% of Palestinians support rocket fire against Israel
While over two-thirds of respondents said they favored rocket attacks and 37% supported an armed intifada against Israel, the number of Palestinians who believe Hamas won last summer's war was down by 15% 51% support two-state solution.
Palestinian PM visits Gaza, underscores unity message
Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah kicks off three-day visit to Gaza Strip "To our people in the Gaza Strip, I say that we will never accept to separate Gaza or isolate it," Hamdallah says at press conference in Gaza City.
'Notes to God' cleared out from Western Wall ahead of Passover
Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz: Hundreds of thousands of notes from Jews and members of other faiths slipped between the stones of the ancient edifice will be buried on the Mount of Olives, unread Some notes submitted by fax or email.
Worksheet asks students 'Which is the superior race in Israel?'
"This material was written privately by the teacher and was never brought to the attention of or approved by the HILA Program [in which the student was enrolled]," explains the education company running a program in Petach Tikva for at-risk youth.
Syrian rebels seize control of ancient city near Israeli border
Insurgents, largely crushed by government forces elsewhere, launch counter-attack to stop Assad's forces from retaking southwest border zone near Israel and Jordan Bosra al-Sham was Roman capital of Arabia, old city listed as UNESCO heritage site.
Israeli researchers cut Saturn's day short
Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute researchers set Saturn's rotation period at 10 hours, 32 minutes and 45 seconds -- 6 minutes shorter than previously thought Rotation period of a planet is a fundamental physical property, says researcher.
List of Auschwitz inmates found in Polish school baffles historians
Typewritten list of 15 Polish, Jewish inmates of Nazi death camp found last month inside a 1923 history book at school located 200 kilometers (120 miles) from Auschwitz Find said to be "precious" because the Nazis burned most Auschwitz archives.
Turkey unveils Great Synagogue as Jewish population fades
The Great Synagogue in Edirne will be the first synagogue to open in Turkey in two generations "Regardless of the fact that we identify ourselves as Turks, we are still perceived as foreigners," says journalist at Turkish Jewish newspaper.