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Posts Tagged: Hagel J Street

February 27, 2013 11:17 am
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Jewish Groups, Israel React to Hagel Confirmation

Jewish Groups responded Tuesday to Chuck Hagel's controversial confirmation as Secretary of Defense.  From the left, the National Jewish Democratic Council applauded Hagel's statements during his nomination...

February 12, 2013 1:45 am
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Senator Inhofe to ‘Postpone’ Hagel Vote

National Review - Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma, the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, tells National Review Online that he will "postpone" the...

February 4, 2013 2:15 am
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Chuck Hagel: Mediocre Boilerplate

For all the thunder about the "missing" J Street speech Chuck Hagel gave in 2009, watching it was almost a letdown. There is simply no "smoking-gun"...

Features

What Will Trump’s Presidency Mean for US Ties With Israel’s Peaceful Arab Neighbors?

JNS.org - The upcoming Donald Trump presidency likely means a sharp break...

Israel’s German-Made Submarines Engulfed by Controversy, Shrouded in Secrecy

JNS.org - Silently cruising in the depths of the seas, the Israeli Navy’s growing...

IDF Welcomes Soldier With Cerebral Palsy

JNS.org -- The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has welcomed its newest member, a soldier with cerebral palsy, as part of the military’s...

World

Watchdog: French Government’s Funding of Groups With Alleged Links to Pal...

The head of a Jerusalem-based organization that documents the activity and funding of non-governmental human rights groups explained to The Algemeiner...

Israel

Netanyahu Blasts ‘Futile’ Paris Conference on Israeli-Palestini...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday dismissed as "futile" an international conference in Paris seeking to revive the moribund...

Middle East

Ahead of Trump Inauguration, Iran Says Nuclear Deal Will Not Be ‘Rene...

Iran's deputy foreign minister says the nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers "will not be renegotiated" ahead...

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