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    • ben
    • 23.07.11 | 21:56 (IDT)

    jimi hendrix, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and now Amy Winehouse...

    from the article: Amy Winehouse found dead in her London home
    First published 19:44 23.07.11 | Last updated 21:15 23.07.11
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President Barack Obama, July 7, 2015. What is he thinking with his Iranian strategy?

Obama: If we attack Iran, Israel will pay the price

U.S. president stressed during meet with more than 20 U.S. Jewish leaders that if U.S. attacks Iran, Hezbollah would fire missiles on Tel Aviv.

Obama and Netanyahu at the White House, 2011.

Bibi stokes Shoah guilt to pit U.S. Jews against Obama

75 years ago it was his father who rallied Republicans and railed against kowtowing Jewish leaders, writes Chemi Shalev.

A relative holds up a photo of Ali Dawabsheh in the torched house in Duma, July 31, 2015.

Calling hate crimes 'price tag attacks' is offensive

After the murder of a Palestinian baby last week, Benjamin Netanyahu declared that 'terror is terror.' Yet the way we label attacks by either side is radically different.

Writing and images were daubed onto the walls using mud and soot

Ancient mikveh found during Jerusalem construction

Second Temple-era ritual bath - plastered in Aramaic graffiti - found after a stone suddenly vanished into an unknown underground cave.