Thursday, October 30, 2014 Heshvan 6, 5775
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JTA
British government cites "possible abuses of the rights of individuals" as one reason to steer clear of financial investments tied to Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
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JTA
The graffiti, which called the Women of the Wall "scum," targeted board member Peggy Cidor, whose house was also vandalized in may.
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In a meeting with John Kerry, the Israeli prime minister expresses his willingness to accept a two-state solution with the Palestinians, with assurances of Israel's continued security.
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JTA
In their first face-to-face meeting, Netanyahu gave the pope a book about the Spanish Inquisition written by his late father and discussed plans for a papal trip to Israel.
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JTA
Israel was formally invited to join a regional group within the United Nations Human Rights Council.
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