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Israel's diplomatic missions around the world closed on Wednesday as Foreign Ministry workers went on strike over a dispute about paying taxes on overseas stipends.
The chief rabbi of the main Orthodox rabbinical alliance in Europe says that a resurgence of anti-Semitism on the continent “poses an existential threat to the Jewish community.”
Pro-Israel presidential hopefully Amy Klobuchar would not commit to conditioning military aid to Israel on a building freeze in the settlements but didn’t rule it out.
No word on whether conversation touched on Israeli jailed in Russia for drug offenses, whom officials believe is being held as leverage in order to free an imprisoned Russian
Israel said to have rejected Moscow proposal for prisoner swap under which Naama Issachar would have been released in exchange for an alleged hacker facing extradition to US.
Family members had said Yulia Yuzik was accused of espionage, but Tehran later said she was detained over an issue with her visa.
Netanyahu made the comments at a holiday toast with workers in his office, during which he relayed that he just had a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
President of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine Boris Lozhkin on his Facebook page expressed his condolences to those who died during the Yom Kippur holiday in the German city of Halle.
The only foreign delegation officially invited was from Ukraine.
Israeli air strikes on the territory of Syria might lead to a further destablisation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a newspaper interview.
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