Tuesday March 31, 2015
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Iran, world powers rush for deal, with deadline looming
Diplomats in Lausanne trying to break impasse in talks on nuclear deal AP: Parties to issue general statement agreeing to continue negotiations PM Benjamin Netanyahu: Deal being formulated in Lausanne sends message there is no price for aggression.
Boaz Bismuth | Iran has time on its side
The world powers, especially the Americans, cannot afford to come away from Switzerland empty-handed, and Iran knows it.
Dan Margalit | The collapse of Olmert's house of cards
Olmert and his allies owe us an apology.
Dror Eydar | Yedioth's disappointment
Contrary to Yedioth Ahronoth's hopes, former PM Ehud Olmert will not be coming back.
Dr. Aviad Hacohen | A badge of honor for the rule of law
Olmert's conviction proves the Israeli judiciary may see justice delayed, but not denied.
Rabbi Ohad Taharlev | And you shall tell your son
On the eve of the Passover Seder, we sit and tell our personal story, repairing the father-son relationship.
Johanna Arbib-Perugia | It's time to set an example
When disabled and nondisabled children are brought together everyone benefits.
Maligned prosecutors, journalists vindicated by Olmert retrial
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's partial acquittal from 2012 turns into a conviction on Monday after former bureau chief turns on him Verdict could mark the end of a seven-year saga that has its roots in an Israel Hayom piece on Olmert's corruption.
'A state that convicts an ex-PM is a state to be proud of'
State Attorney's Office lauds court's decision to overturn former PM Ehud Olmert's 2012 corruption acquittal "The war on corruption is a long, painstaking one," prosecutor Uri Korev says "Justice should be seen to be done," says MK Yachimovich.
Clinton: US-Israeli relations must return to 'constructive footing'
"Secretary Clinton thinks ... we must ensure that Israel never becomes a partisan issue," says prominent American Jewish leader Malcolm Hoenlein following discussion with the potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate.
Report: Israel sought European mediation for talks with Hamas
Arab media outlets report Hamas leaders are conflicted over whether to have indirect lines of communication with Israel to discuss a five-year cease-fire, with Gaza-based leaders in favor, while leaders abroad remain opposed.
Jerusalem resident arrested for joining ISIS
Khalil Adel Khalil of the A-Tur neighborhood of Jerusalem charged with attempting to join and be active in an illegal organization, attempting to contact a foreign agent and attempting to leave the country illegally, admits to planning to join ISIS.
It pays to be an MK in Israel
All 120 MKs will get a monthly salary of 39,562 shekels ($9,951), a car, two parliamentary aides, a mobile phone, a television in their office and rooms at hotels in Jerusalem when required, and a 49,000 shekel ($12,000) yearly budget for public outreach.
Minimum wage hike to take effect April 1
First stage of three-step plan to raise minimum wage in Israel from NIS 4,300 to NIS 5,000 set for Wednesday Histadrut labor federation, Manufacturers Association eye raising minimum wage to NIS 5,300 by late 2017 Finance Ministry: We'll wait and see.
Egyptian warships strike rebel targets in Yemen
Humanitarian workers say Saudi airstrike aimed at Houthi rebels hit a displaced persons camp on Monday, killing 40 people Conflicting reports surface on possibility of Saudi ground invasion Turkey and Iran lock horns over Yemen conflict.
Israeli soccer club to compensate Palestinian team in player dispute
FIFA orders Israeli premier league club Hapoel Haifa and their former player, Ali Khatib, to compensate east Jerusalem-based Jabal Al-Mukaber soccer club 450,000 shekels ($113,000) after Khatib left them without authorization in 2012.
Helen Mirren fights to rescue Nazi-stolen art in 'Woman of Gold'
Film tells story of Maria Altmann's against-the-odds battle with the Austrian government to regain paintings by artist Gustav Klimt, stolen by the Nazis from her family during World War II "I had to live in her mind and in her memory," says Mirren.
Century-old NYC matzah factory faces a high-tech future
Demand is growing for matzot even among non-Jews who enjoy them as a healthy snack baked with no fat or artificial additives, and the old factory simply cannot keep up, says Aaron Gross, head of sales and great-great-grandson of Streit's factory founder.