Minutes from a 2010 meeting show China intended to conceal meetings with Israelis regarding Islamic Jihad money-laundering; Israel still deliberating whether to allow officials to testify in U.S. victim's family lawsuit against the Bank of China.
Rutie Zuta is the editor of Haaretz.com.
The Bank of China Affair Father of American Teen Killed in Terror Attack: Israel Is Trying to Sabotage Our Case
Israel will decide whether to allow former defense official to testify in lawsuit against the Bank of China filed by the parents of a suicide bombing victim. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: I am hopeful Israel will hold those accountable those responsible for this horrific crime.
The Case Beijing Wishes Would Go Away The Chinese Connection: A Jewish-American Family's Quest to Find Those Responsible for Their Son's Death
After their son Daniel was murdered in a Tel Aviv terror attack in 2006, the Wultz family decided to fight back in the courts. The latest stage in their battle targets the Chinese bank they believe laundered funds for the implicated terror organizations.
Fifty percent of Jewish groups participating in LGBT inclusion survey receive the highest rating. Still, community leaders say there is work to be done.
This year's assembly will focus on digital means of sharing information by Jewish communities; this evening, a special report on the inclusion of LGTB in Jewish communities will be introduced at the GA.
After five years under a popular appointed mayor, Yeruham returns to the polls for municipal elections next month. Residents, who insist they want a quiet campaign, seem to have two strong mayoral candidates to choose from