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  • Al-Dura controversy lives on

    Philippe Karsenty claims the iconic shooting of Mohammed al-Dura in 2000 was staged by Palestinian propagandists in conjunction with a Jewish French TV journalist. Now a Paris judge wants to see some of the video.

  • Charter school can teach Hebrew

    A Florida school board voted to allow the nation’s first Hebrew-language charter school to resume teaching Hebrew.

  • Groups join circumcision case

    Four Jewish groups are backing a man who wants to circumcise his son against the mother’s wishes.

  • Senate letter presses Rice on Mideast

    Two U.S. senators will urge Condoleezza Rice to press Arab nations to work for Israeli-Palestinian peace.

  • Obama: Walt-Mearsheimer ‘dead wrong

    Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) said a book arguing that the Israel lobby does not represent U.S. interests is “dead wrong.”

  • Churches praise Bush peace push, pan arms deal

    A coalition of mainstream churches wrote to President Bush to praise his push for Israeli-Palestinian peace while faulting its arms sales component.

  • NIE faults Iran, Syria in Iraq

    Iran and Syria are still arming militants in Iraq, according to a National Intelligence Estimate by U.S. agencies.

  • Meridor to speak with Emanuel on Sudan

    Israel’s ambassador will speak with a top Jewish Democrat after the congressman wrote to express his “disappointment” in Israel for turning away Sudanese refugees.

  • Leftover cluster bomb kills mine clearer

    A cluster bomb left over from last summer’s war in Lebanon between Israel and Hezbollah killed a mine clearing expert.

  • Obama meets NY Jewish leaders

    Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) met with top Jewish lay leaders in New York as part of an outreach to Jews across the country.