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The question for the US now is whether the rocket fired at the Green Zone was an attack and who carried it out. It took place after darkness fell in Baghdad on May 19.
A possible motive is due to the company being majority-owned by French state-owned public corporations – SNCF and RATP, both of whom have come under pressure by labor unions critical of Israel.
An expert says the findings reflect both nationalistic and practical feelings.
After perceived "de facto freeze" during Obama administration, City Hall reportedly set to approve 1,400 homes in east Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The State Department’s overblown language indicates a distorted view of the reality driving the conflict – and it’s not settlements.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Israelis who still adhere to such concepts as democracy, or human rights, or simply common decency, increasingly feel beleaguered and threatened – and not only left-wingers.
By ADAM KELLER
Birnbaum wrote letter in December pledging not to ask for additional extension for temporary permits for 74 Palestinian workers.
By HERB KEINON,NIV ELIS
Double standards are the norm in today’s Israel, fueled by a paranoid Netanyahu who sees anybody who disagrees with him as a deadly enemy.
By JEFF BARAK
Israel: This gives a prize to terror and Palestinian obstinance.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Presumably there is no law in any Western democracy that prohibits any national from living in a given locale on the grounds of citizenship, ethnicity or religion.
Decision made ‘to avoid any political interpretations.’
By RINA BASSIST
Organization launches campaign to remember significance of green line and challenge allocation of monetary donation by Jewish organizations.
By SAM SOKOL,HERB KEINON
One of the biggest achievements of the €900,000-twinning program was the Israeli Environmental Protection Ministry’s publication of a draft Integrated Environmental Licensing Law.
By SHARON UDASIN
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