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Report: Litzman didn’t just intervene for Leifer

EXPLOSIVE new claims regarding the Malka Leifer case are prompting calls for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to change his planned coalition. 

Australia finishes ninth in Eurovision

Australia's Kate-Miller Heidke has secured ninth place in the Eurovision Song Contest grand final in Tel Aviv.

Leifer, Litzman revelations set to air

THE scandal over a top Israeli politician's alleged interference in the Malka Leifer case is expected to cause an earthquake in Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition-building. 

Netanyahu gets two more weeks to form a government

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin gave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu two more weeks to form a government.

Thousands march in London for a ‘free Palestine’

Thousands of pro-Palestinian demonstrators marched through central London for the National Demonstration for Palestine.

Poway gunman: ‘Jewish people are destroying the white race’

The gunman who killed a woman and wounded three others at the Chabad of Poway told a 911 dispatcher he had done it because “the Jewish people are destroying the white race.”

‘Leifer functions like a normal woman’

A private investigator who tracked alleged sex-offender Malka Leifer has said that during the two weeks he and his associates followed her they did not witness anything that would indicate she does not function like a normal person.

‘There’ll always be a hole in our hearts’

THE rockets have stopped, but the tears continue. 

Ukraine’s Jewish president-elect meets with Chabad rabbis

Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian Jewish actor who was elected president last month, met the country’s top Chabad rabbis.

Netanyahu: Gaza battle ‘not over’ despite cease-fire

Despite Monday morning’s cease-fire, which ended two days of intense fighting between Israel and Hamas, the “campaign is not over,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement.