Clinton: Iran sending people, weapons to Syria


Iranians deem keeping their closest ally in the Middle East in power as top priority, outgoing US secretary of state warns.

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Netanyahu to Receive the Presidential Mandate

It would appear, as expected, that on motzei Shabbos President Shimon Peres will give Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu the mandate to form a new government. If successful is assembling a coalition, Mr. Netanyahu will begin his third term in office. Yesh Atid, Yahadut Hatorah, Bayit HaYehudi, Shas all recommended Netanyahu as opposed to The Movement, […]

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Washington – US Challenges Deal To Merge Budweiser And Corona

Washington — The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Thursday to stop Anheuser-Busch InBev’s proposed $20.1 billion purchase of Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo, which would unite the ownership of popular beers like Budweiser and Corona. The government said the deal could lead to higher beer prices in this country because it would substantially reduce competition in […]


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Clinton: Iran sending more people, weapons to Syria


“We know that the Iranians are ‘all-in’ for Assad” and that keeping their closest ally in the Middle East in power “is one of their highest priorities,” outgoing US secretary of state warns.

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Biden: Gun Curbs Can’t Ensure End To Mass Killings

Curbing guns can’t ensure an end to mass slayings like December’s killings of 20 first-graders in Newtown, Conn., but it will reduce firearm deaths, Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday. Biden said lawmakers can take steps “that have virtually zero impact on your Second Amendment right to own a weapon for both self-defense and recreation […]

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High Court to IDF: Why Must Soldiers Get Military Haircut?

Most inductees into an army realize the process is accompanied by a military haircut, a buzz job. This is the case in the IDF too but for Tel Aviv resident Omri Dubosc-Cohen, 18, he feels there is no connection with his military service and his hairstyle. He is serious about it, and has taken his […]

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Sacramento, CA – Analyst Says US Wine Production, Consumption Up

Sacramento, CA — U.S. residents now make up the largest wine market in the world, consuming 13 percent of all that’s produced globally. That’s according to a wine industry analyst who spoke at a major industry gathering in Sacramento, Calif. on Wednesday. Jon Fredrikson told wine industry executives at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium […]


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Report: IAF strike in Syria hit Iranian Guards


Iraqi paper quotes source as saying alleged Israeli strike caused heavy casualties among Iranian Guards stationed at Syrian facility.

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Young Israel Votes to Remove Contentious Constitutional Provision

The National Council of Young Israel voted this week to remove a provision in its constitution, which had been the subject of much debate over the past several years. Following a unanimous vote by the Young Israel Executive Board last month to proceed with the constitutional amendment, Young Israel Synagogue Delegates from across the United […]

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Idaho State Senator Compares Obamacare Exchanges to Holocaust

An Idaho Republican made waves on Twitter this week, tweeting that forcing insurance companies to participate in healthcare exchanges is like marching Jews off to death camps during the Holocaust.
In a series of messages that began Jan. 22 and continued until Wednesday, state Sen. Sheryl Nuxol said that the Affordable Care Act amounts to […]

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