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Madonna hacker indicted in Tel Aviv

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1 day ago

Madonna performs during the Super Bowl XLVI halftime show on Feb. 5, 2012. Photo by Jeff Haynes/Reuters

A Tel Aviv man was indicted for hacking American pop star Madonna’s computer and selling unreleased songs.

Adi Lederman, 39, was charged on Tuesday in Tel Aviv Magistrate Court with... read full article

  • Netanyahus to be probed for home spending after election

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    1 day ago

     Israel’s attorney general recommended opening a preliminary probe after the elections into allegations of overspending at the homes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein announced his recommendation for the procedure during a meeting Thursday of...

  • Greek Orthodox seminary in Jerusalem torched in suspected hate crime

    JTA

    2 days ago

    A Greek Orthodox seminary in Jerusalem was set on fire in what is believed to be a hate crime.

    Graffiti reading “Redemption of Zion” and disparaging Jesus were spray-painted on the walls of the seminary in the early Thursday morning attack. A room was damaged in the blaze; no one...

  • For Israeli party, a Palestinian state amounts to ‘suicide’

    by Maayan Lubell, Reuters

    2 days ago

    Young and ambitious, with a ready smile and a quick wit, Israeli far right leader Naftali Bennett is on a mission to prevent the creation of a Palestinian state.

    If, as widely expected, he takes on defense or another key portfolio after next month's election, that mission will...

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  • Amnesty Int’l: Israel and Hamas committed war crimes

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    3 days ago

    Amnesty International accused Israel and Hamas of committing war crimes during last summer’s war in Gaza.

    The human rights organization in its 415-page annual report released Wednesday reiterated its claims from December that Israel’s assault on Gaza “was marked by callous...

  • Israel Electric cuts Palestinian power again

    JTA

    3 days ago

    Two West Bank cities had their electricity cut for the second time in a week because of unpaid bills.

    The state-owned Israel Electric Corp. cut power for an hour to Nablus and Jenin on Wednesday to protest what it says is $482 million in debt. The company also briefly cut power...

  • Opening the floodgates of Israel bashing

    by Julie Wiener

    3 days ago

    Commentary magazine called it “flood libel.” HonestReporting.com described it as “dam busted.” And Camera headlined it “Dam Lies.”

    Agence France Presse’s report earlier this week falsely alleging that Israel intentionally opened a large dam in the South in order to unleash floods...

  • Torching of West Bank mosque called nationalistic attack

    JTA

    3 days ago

    A West Bank mosque was set on fire and nationalist slogans were painted on its walls.

    The attack in the Jaba village, near Bethlehem, occurred early Wednesday morning. A mosque window was broken and a burning object was thrown inside. The interior walls and furniture were...

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