Israeli Defense Minister and Labor Party chairman Ehud Barak, well-known to Americans for his time as prime minister, salvaged his political career last night by forging a compromise within his party that allows him to keep power until 2012.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu supports a police hunt for the man accused of murdering two people at a gay community center in Tel Aviv.
Jewish protesters in Jerusalem take to the streets on the holy day of Tisha B'av to protest President Obama's call to remove settlements.
An Orthodox Jewish Knesset politician wants to put "We believe in the creator of the world" on Israeli money.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Defense Secretary Robert Gates this morning in Jerusalem.
Israeli officials on Wednesday talked about how they are dealing with the problem of human trafficking, a problem less glaring in other Westernized countries.
Israel's deputy foreign minister defended his boss after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Avigdor Lieberman should not have been appointed foreign minister.
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During a gathering of Mashadi Jews in Jerusalem, leaders say they want to see President Ahmadinejad keep his position.
A press freedom advocacy group in Doha is under fire by the Qatari government.
Today was my first day at the Jerusalem Post. I've been assigned to cover Arab issues.
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