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Israel, Iranian Sabotage, and the Use of ‘Strategic Ambiguity’

The question of the value of strategic ambiguity has arisen in the wake of the recent attack on the Iranian centrifuge production plant at Natanz,...

Culture

Los Angeles City Council Officially Declares May 12 ‘Anne Frank Day’

JNS.org - The Los Angeles City Council has approved a resolution led by...

Auschwitz Survivor, 98, Wins Simon Wiesenthal Prize for Holocaust Education

JNS.org - A survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp who became a social...

Orthodox Jewish YU Basketball Player, NBA Prospect Invited to Elite Draft Camp

Ryan Turell, a forward for Yeshiva University men's basketball team The Maccabees, has...

World

Shaked Says Yamina Will Veto Changes to Nation-State Law

i24 News – Israel's Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked said on Monday that the right-wing Yamina party — led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett — would veto any changes to the...

Middle East

Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Allies Likely to Lose Parliamentary Majority

Iran-backed Hezbollah and its allies are likely to lose their majority in the Lebanese parliament after Sunday's election, three sources allied to the group said, in a major blow to...

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