The Chronicles

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Will Israel’s Supreme Court tilt conservative after Dorit Beinisch leaves?

As Israeli Supreme Court president Dorit Beinisch steps down from her post as chief justice, a battle is raging to limit the court’s power — or at least fill it with more conservative justices.

Israel to increase number of Ethiopian immigrants

Israel will increase the number of immigrants from Ethiopia for the next several months after bringing in many fewer than Ethiopian advocacy groups had expected.

Israeli troops kill infiltrator from Egypt

Israeli soldiers shot and killed a man attempting to infiltrate into Israel from Egypt.

U.S. intelligence official: Israel will not warn U.S. on Iran strike

Israeli officials will not warn the United States if they decide to attack Iran’s nuclear infrastructure, according to a report citing an unnamed U.S. intelligence official.

Dempsey says he did not advise against Israel strike on Iran

Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Senate committee that he did not advise Israel against striking Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Farrakhan’s ‘truth’: Jews own media, ‘Zionists’ pushing U.S. into Iran war

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan decried what he called Jewish control of the media and accused “Zionists” of trying to push America into war with Iran.

House committee backs visa bill for Israeli investors

The House Judiciary Committee approved legislation that would add Israel to the list of countries eligible for non-immigrant investor visas in the United States.

Anti-boycott lawsuit against food co-op is dismissed

A lawsuit seeking to overturn a Washington State food co-op’s boycott of Israeli goods was dismissed in state Superior Court.

Barak meeting with Panetta in Washington

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak is in Washington to meet with his U.S. counterpart, Leon Panetta, and other key U.S. security officials.

New aid going to Greek Jewish community

The Jewish Agency will provide emergency aid to the Jewish community of Greece facing a serious financial crisis.

Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld eyes German presidency

Veteran Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld has jumped into the German political fray as an alternative candidate for president.

Netanyahu will urge Obama to publicly back attack on Iran, sources say

Romney cries foul as Santorum urges Michigan Democrats to vote

Controversial Palestinian academic hails ‘martyrdom’ U.K. event

Iran could allow UN inspection of suspected nuclear test sites, IAEA envoy says

Foreign Ministry names first Israeli as Ethiopian origin as ambassador

Top Iran official: Enemies will face ‘rainy day’ weapons in case of attack

Palestinians set fire to structure in West Bank outpost

Netanyahu: I will block bills aiming to undermine Israel’s court system

Muslim Brotherhood lawmaker: Arab Spring headed to Iran

UN human rights chief: Some 500 children killed in Syria violence

Iran ‘optimistic’ on future of nuclear talks with UN watchdog

Israel’s Supreme Court must maintain its independence, says outgoing president

Getting to the heart of it all: stuffed artichoke bottoms

U.S. policy aimed at ‘buying time’ with Iran, says senior official

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