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JPost Scribe Barred From Saudi Arabia

03/26/2014

The White House said it was “deeply disappointed” that Saudi Arabia denied a visa to a Jewish American reporter working for The Jerusalem Post.

Compromise Reached, Israel To Participate In EU Research Project

11/27/2013
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The European Union excludes Israeli entities outside the Green Line from its loan programs and its competitions for grants and prizes, but Israel will nonetheless be able to participate in the Union’s flagship research and development program, Horizon 2020, the Jerusalem Post reported.

Israel's African Migrant Policy Unconstitutional

09/16/2013
Staff Writer
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Israel has 90 days to free more than 2,000 migrants being held in a detention center in the Negev after a judicial panel on Monday struck down the state’s African migrant policy, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Guard Had Clashed With Jewish Man Shot At Western Wall

06/21/2013
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The security guard who fatally shot an Israeli homeless man at the Western Wall plaza early Friday is under investigation for murder.

The guard, a Druze who had been on the job for a short time, reportedly had clashed previously with Doron Ben Shlush. He was arrested after the incident on Friday morning and ordered held for five days. His name is under a gag order.
A police investigation has determined that Ben Shlush yelled “Druze, you son of a bitch” at the security guard, according to the Times of Israel.

Hebrew Media Hurting, But Israeli English Press Booming

Journalism landscape changing rapidly, led by Adelson-backed free paper.

10/23/2012
JTA

Tel Aviv — On Oct. 17, seven Israeli English news websites led with seven different stories.

Israel’s English-language media, though expanding, faces uncertain future.

Olmert Takes On Netanyahu, Restive New York Audience

Former prime minister calls for caution on Iran and more respect for Obama at Jerusalem Post conference here.

04/30/2012
Editor And Publisher

There was a time when “Israeli politics stopped at the Mediterranean,” Danny Ayalon, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, told the large crowd Sunday morning at the first annual Jerusalem Post conference in New York.

Pro-Palestinian Fly-In Protestors Detained In Israel

04/15/2012

At least 27 pro-Palestinian activists who arrived in Israel for a "fly-in" protest were detained at Ben Gurion Airport.

The activists who arrived Sunday from at least four countries are part of the "Welcome to Palestine" campaign in which activists declare their intention to travel to the West Bank to highlight that there is no way to visit what they call Palestine without traveling through Israel.

Pro-Palestinian Fly-In Protestors Detained In Israel

04/15/2012

At least 27 pro-Palestinian activists who arrived in Israel for a "fly-in" protest were detained at Ben Gurion Airport.

The activists who arrived Sunday from at least four countries are part of the "Welcome to Palestine" campaign in which activists declare their intention to travel to the West Bank to highlight that there is no way to visit what they call Palestine without traveling through Israel.

Pro-Palestinian Fly-In Protestors Detained In Israel

04/15/2012

At least 27 pro-Palestinian activists who arrived in Israel for a "fly-in" protest were detained at Ben Gurion Airport.

The activists who arrived Sunday from at least four countries are part of the "Welcome to Palestine" campaign in which activists declare their intention to travel to the West Bank to highlight that there is no way to visit what they call Palestine without traveling through Israel.

Who Killed Tupac?: The Jewish Defense League and an Unsolved Mystery

Much like my parents remember the day JFK was shot, I remember the day Tupac died. I grew up a hip-hop fan, and still am, and remember vividly my rapture with the Harlem-born, Los Angeles-based rapper.  For me Tupac had all the qualities I still admire in poets, which have now only been transfigured on to more "respectable" literary models: defiance, brashness, charm, a temerity bordering on recklessness. So you can imagine how I felt when he was murdered in Las Vegas back in 1996.

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