Ruth Eglash

Washington Post

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Ruth Eglash is a Jerusalem-based correspondent for the Washington Post.

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Liberal Jews are outraged. Even AIPAC has broken precedent, criticizing Netanyahu’s political allies in his effort to maintain power.

Netanyahu, Israeli extremists and America’s Jews

Liberal Jews are outraged. Even AIPAC has broken precedent, criticizing Netanyahu’s political allies in his effort to maintain power.

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Israel is railing at the Obama administration  for not vetoing a UN vote last week condemning settlements in the West Bank.

A defiant Israel and an American reprimand

Israel is railing at the Obama administration for not vetoing a UN vote last week condemning settlements in the West Bank.

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After two weeks, deadly street-violence continues in Israel.

Rising Tensions and More Violence in Israel

After two weeks, deadly street-violence continues in Israel.

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