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Israel Minister: Pollard Opposes Release for Talks

Associated Press | Apr 01, 2014

Jerusalem — A hard-line Israeli Cabinet minister says convicted spy Jonathan Pollard opposes being freed from a U.S. jail in exchange for Palestinians prisoners. Uri Ariel says people close to Pollard have told him that he opposes such a shameful deal." Ariel, from the hard-line Jewish Home party, spoke to Army Radio on Tuesday. He says he, to... more

3 Palestinians Killed in Clash with Israeli Army

Associated Press | Mar 22, 2014

JENIN, West Bank (AP) -- Israeli troops killed three Palestinians in an early morning raid that was followed by a clash with angry protesters in a West Bank town on Saturday, the military and Palestinian security officials said, in the deadliest incident in months.   The violence came amid a recent spike in clashes in the West Bank that could ... more

Arms Ship Captured by Israeli Navy Arrives at Port

An Israeli naval warship escorts the seized Klos-C cargo ship as it enters the port at the Red Sea resort city of Eilat, southern Israel, Saturday, March 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

Associated Press | Mar 10, 2014

EILAT, Israel - A captured ship Israel says carried advanced rockets from Iran bound for Gaza militants arrived to port Saturday, where authorities prepared its cargo for a public display Israel hopes will step up pressure on world powers as they negotiate with Tehran over its nuclear program. The KLOS C freighter sailed into Israel's southern ... more

Palestinian Killed in Israeli Airstrike on Gaza

Deutsche Presse-Agentur | Jan 20, 2014

GAZA CITY- A Palestinian militant was reported dead Sunday after the Israel Air Force fired a rocket at a motorcycle traveling in the northern Gaza Strip, officials said. Two other Palestinians were injured - a young man in critical condition and a 12-year-old boy wounded in the knee - health officials said. The Israeli military confirmed the ... more

Israeli Bill to Outlaw the Word Nazi Sparks Ire

Associated Press | Jan 18, 2014

JERUSALEM - An Israeli draft law that would criminalize the use of the word Nazi in most cases has sparked a debate on freedom of speech in a state that was founded out of the ashes of the Holocaust. Seven decades later, memories of the extermination of millions of Jews during World War II permeate virtually every aspect of life in Israel. Publ... more

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