2010, 13, 12
New legal tender coins honor late prime minister's Nobel Peace Prize. Portrait of 'White House handshake' is first appearance of US president on Israeli coin
Tehran, Iran— Iran's army has finished a large military exercise by ground forces near the Iraqi border, the state news agency reported today. But unlike previous war games in which Iran boasted of weapons advances, the latest maneuvers were largely held under wraps
Iranian president dismisses Mottaki while he is in Senegal as part of a tour of African countries; nuclear chief named acting foreign minister
Clinton noted that Tehran had agreed to a follow-up meeting next month in Istanbul, and signaled that the so-called "P5+1" powers would continue to press Iran to give up what they believe is a nuclear weapons program.
Will Israel Attack Iran?!
In an open letter, more than 80 actors, artists, musicians, academics and politicians said that Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, sentenced to be stoned to death for adultery, has suffered enough.
Ja'ad Sarsur of Kfar Kassem puts on Beitar Ariel uniform, says boycotts are negative move, soccer unites people from around the world
Flight carrying 150 Sudanese infiltrators takes off from B-G Airport en route to African country, from which they'll continue to homeland. Civil rights group claims move endangers migrants' lives. Rabbi: Better late than never
Ahead of mass rally marking the 23rd anniversary of its founding, Islamist group tries to show Gazans it is still 'close to the street' by distributing boxes of chocolate to more than 300,000 families
British police search house of man who died in one of the blasts he is believed to have triggered. 'He came to the attention of our committee for preaching extremist ideas,' secretary of Islamic Center in south England says
Warning comes as South begins artillery drills with the US; American negotiator heads to North Korea
Married in Cyprus? See you in Rabbinical Court
Until recently, rabbinical courts didn’t recognize civil marriages at all, but now Netanya Rabbinical Court has determined, in a landmark decision: We have jurisdiction over all matters regarding marriage, like alimony and property – even if you didn’t marry through the rabbinate
Gallery Of The Week
|Steve Woolsey takes a hoof to the back of the head in bull riding event during the tenth go-round of National Finals Rodeo Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, in Las Vegas. Woolsey received a concussion and contusions and is out until symptoms clear.|
Hermon / Israel December 12, 2010