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  • Israel withholds terrorist’s body

    Authorities are temporarily refusing to return the body of the Palestinian terrorist who struck in Jerusalem last week to his family.

  • Cheney to visit Mideast

    Dick Cheney will promote the peace process during a Mideast trip.

  • Bounty placed on Barak

    A radical Iranian student group placed a $400,000 bounty on Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

  • World condemnation for yeshiva attack

    An interfaith group was among the voices condemning last week’s attack on a Jerusalem yeshiva.

  • Bulgaria’s rescue a lesson

    Bulgarians who defied the Nazis and saved their country’s Jews in 1943 provided a lesson that remains relevant today, writes Daniel Mariaschin of B’nai B’rith International.

  • Recalling the postwar promise

    What seemed so reasonably attainable after Israel’s victory in the Six-Day War – peace for the Jewish nation and its full acceptance in the region – is possible, but new threats loom, Daniel Mariaschin writes.

  • Israeli economy growing at record pace

    The Israeli economy is in its largest sustained expansion.

  • Bedouin girl’s shooting investigated

    The Israeli military is investigating how an Arab girl was injured from gunfire near one of its training bases.

  • Austrian leader celebrates Gestapo birthday

    The Simon Wiesenthal Center demanded the resignation of an Austrian governor who attended a former Gestapo leader’s birthday celebration.

  • Accused WWII murderer dodges trial

    A Hungarian man accused of murdering 1,000 people in Serbia during World War II will not stand trial.