Fayyad storms out of New York meeting with Ayalon

by Jordana Horn, Jerusalem Post Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad angrily left a UN Ad-Hoc Liaison Committee meeting and canceled a scheduled subsequent press conference with Deputy Foreign Minister Daniel Ayalon in New York on Tuesday, after Ayalon refused to approve a summary of the meeting which said “two states” but did not include the…

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Jews pelted with rocks at the Feast of Tabernacles

by Aaron Klein, Worldnetdaily.com Riots near the Temple Mount that left at least 10 Israelis wounded were instigated and partially directed by the Palestinian Authority, according to a senior Israeli security official speaking to WND. The security official said elements of the Israeli government yesterday asked the PA to cease its involvement in instigating the…

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B'tayavon: Slow cooked meatballs and spicy tomato sauce

*What spaghetti and meatballs is to Italy, meatballs and couscous is to Israel. Throw this in the crockpot in the morning and have Mediterranean comfort food by that night! If you have a big enough crockpot double the recipe and invite friends. Hint: For the breadcrumbs, I substituted my leftover matzo meal from Passover. Ingredients…

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Slow cooked meatballs and spicy tomato sauce

*What spaghetti and meatballs is to Italy, meatballs and couscous is to Israel.   Throw this in the crockpot in the morning and have Mediterranean comfort food by that night!  If you have a big enough crockpot double the recipe and invite friends.  Hint: For the breadcrumbs, I substituted my leftover matzo meal from Passover.  Ingredients…

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Saudi sale a potential positive for Israel

by Russ Jones, OneNewsNow.com A pro-Israel group says a multibillion-dollar arms deal the Obama administration is proposing to complete with Saudi Arabia could have some positive benefits for the Jewish state. The deal is worth a reported $60 billion, which provides 84 F-15 fighter jets plus dozens of attack helicopters. Initially concerned about the sale,…

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Ahmadinejad at the UN

by Samara Greenberg, JewishPolicyCenter Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in the United States yesterday ahead of the United Nations’ 65th Annual General Assembly in New York. Wasting no time, the president granted The Associated Press an hour-long interview in which he said nothing new: “The future belongs to Iran,” Ahmadinejad claimed, challenging the United States…

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Ashkenazi: Army preparing for talks' failure

by Roni Sofer, Ynet The army is preparing for the possibility of increased violence in case Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations collapse, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi said Tuesday. Speaking before the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Ashkenazi warned of possible “outbreaks of violence,” including terror attacks, but predicted that any escalation would not…

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‘Settlement-freeze extension for Pollard’ idea spreads

by Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post Former US president Bill Clinton said in a recent conversation with a prominent US Jewish leader that when Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu went to the Wye River Plantation talks in 1998 with Yasser Arafat, he thought that he would return to Israel with Jonathan Pollard, according to Israeli diplomatic sources.…

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Palestinians admit peace talks are a sham

by Ryan Jones, Israel Today While Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas puts on a show of playing nice with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the sake of the Obama Administration, the Palestinian ambassador to Lebanon this month assured the Arab world that the current negotiations are just part of a larger plan to delegitimize Israel.…

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