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Israeli Wildlife Hospital get international help to save a young bird.
An Israeli shrub may help treat diabetes.
Omri Casspi, the first Israeli to play in the National Basketball Association, was signed as a free agent by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Harry Borden, England's go-to celebrity photographer, changes course with his new book, "Survivor: A Portrait of the Survivors of the Holocaust."
A Palestinian woman armed with a knife attempted to stab Israeli Border Police officers outside the Damascus gate in Jerusalem.
Pro-Israel harmony meets anti-occupation protests at the annual gathering of 18,000 activists.
Lawrence Valenstein and Arthur Fatt decided to name their agency Grey Studios, after the color of its office's wallpaper, in order to avoid losing business due to anti-Semitism.
Protesters carried signs reading: "The Israeli Draft law: An attack on our religious freedom," and "Yes to prison, no to the army."
As diverse a group as the communities from which they come, the Jewish supporters of the rising force of European politics are united in believing that nationalism is the best defense against jihad.