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Leah Soibel is founder and CEO of Fuente Latina, a U.S. non-profit, non-governmental organization that removes geographic and linguistic barriers for global Spanish language media covering stories about Israel and the Mideast. With offices in Jerusalem, Madrid, and Miami, FL it is the only organization of its kind engaging international Latino media in their language and in real time. Visit www.fuentelatina.org and follow us on Twitter @fuentelatina

ARTICLES BY: Leah Soibel


October 28, 2016 6:53 am
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How Could Christian-Dominated Latin American Countries Embrace the UNESCO Vote on Jerusalem?

Thousands of Christians from around the world recently visited Jerusalem to trace the footsteps of Jesus through the cobbled, winding streets of the Old City, just...

Features

Putting the Zionism Back Into Religious Zionism for Israel’s 70th

JNS.org - To celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary, World Mizrachi -- a movement that prepares the next...

New Book Examines History of Jewish Baseball Cards

If you think that Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg are among only a handful of Jewish baseball players, you might want...

Abbas Advisor: Hamas Is Sending Civilians in Gaza to Die for Media Coverage

Mahmoud Abbas’ senior advisor has accused Hamas of intentionally sending Palestinians in Gaza...

World

‘Fake History:’ Former ADL Chief Abraham Foxman Slams Polish Pr...

One of America's most storied campaigners against antisemitism and racial hatred slammed Polish President Andrzej Duda on Thursday for espousing "fake history,"...

Israel

Israeli PM Netanyahu: At Least Six States Considering Moving Embassies to J...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that "at least half a dozen" countries were considering moving their embassies...

Middle East

Released Palestinian Terrorist Welcomed by Abbas, Received as Hero in West ...

JNS.org - Palestinian Authority TV aired on April 10 footage from a party held for Fatah terrorist Rajaei Haddad, who was...

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