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The New York Times Criticized for Submitting to Israeli Censors
The New York Times made a rare admission that it submits to Israeli state gag orders, fueling charges from critics that the globally-influential publication plays fast-and-loose with journalistic ethics to give favorable coverage to Israel.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Grapevine: Mimouna fever
Many interviewees of Moroccan background recalled that in the old country, Arab neighbors had always joined in the Mimouna festivities.
The Jewish Journal
Israel encouraging more Christians to join military service
Israeli soldiers hold their rifles during a rehearsal for the Memorial Day ceremony at the military cemetery on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem on April 22, 2007.
Bennett to Abbas: 'If you're going to shoot, then shoot - don't talk'
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett made light of Palestinian threats to dismantle the PA if peace talks fail.
The Jewish Journal
First PLO delegation since 2007 war heads to Gaza for Palestinian unity talks
Azzam Al-Ahmed, left, a senior Fatah official and head of the Hamas government Ismail Haniyeh, middle, and deputy speaker of Palestinian Authority Parliament Ahmed Bahar attend a meeting in Gaza City on April 22. Photo by Mohammed Salem/Reuters The Palestine Liberation Organization sent a delegation to Gaza on Tuesday to negotiate unity with ... (more)
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Israel Is 'Destroying' Al-Aqsa Mosque for 'Alleged' Temple
The Palestinian Authority has been stepping up its libel that Israel is "destroying" the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, in order to build the "alleged" Temple.
Constant up and down in Austrian-Israeli relations
A glance at the bumpy bilateral relations between the two countries, on the occasion of the first visit of Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz.
Gaza rocket fire draws Israeli retaliation : April 22, 2014,
JERUSALEM: Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired seven rockets into Israel on Monday, causing no casualties but drawing retaliatory fire from the Israeli military.
In Holy Land, it's 'I am Christian';...
Suheir Saliba was running late as she prepared to go to the Easter Divine Liturgy with her husband, Aimad Kamal, and his family.
A Moscow-Cairo-Jerusalem axis?
Being played out on the world stage, in this early part of 2014, is what might superficially be taken as a repeat of the communism versus capitalism Cold War of the 20th century.
The Times of Israel
Dismantle the Palestinian Authority? Not likely
Avi Issacharoff, The Times of Israel's Middle East analyst, fills the same role for Walla, the leading portal in Israel.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Abbas calls Holocaust - single greatest tragedy in modern-day history'
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called the Holocaust the "single greatest tragedy in modern-day history" during a meeting with a visiting American rabbi in Ramallah on Sunday.
Presidential candidates moved by Mimouna
The crowded race for president shifted on Monday night from the Knesset to homes of Moroccan Israelis as candidates attended celebrations of the post-Passover holiday Mimouna.
Netanyahu to Palestinians: When you want peace, let us know
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu criticized the Palestinian Authority on Monday, saying that its threat to dissolve and the ruling Fatah faction's efforts to forge unity with Hamas indicate a lack of desire for peace.
The Jewish Journal
West Bank shooting victim laid to rest at Mount Herzl
The family of Baruch Mizrahi, a senior Israeli police officer, mourns during his funeral at the military cemetery of Mount Herzl in Jerusalem on April 16, 2014.
The China Post
Ancient ceremony draws thousands in Jerusalem
The dark hall inside Christianity's holiest shrine was illuminated with the flames from thousands of candles on Saturday as worshippers participated in the holy fire ceremony, a momentous spiritual event in Orthodox Easter rites.
Despite Being Barred from Jerusalem During the Holiday, Palestinians See Easter As a Symbol of Hope
Palestinian Christians in the West Bank say that they have been denied permits to visit Jerusalem in record numbers this year, despite their living just over the green line not far from the holy city.