The chief of Jordan’s nuclear commission and godfather of the kingdom’s nuclear program has come under increasing pressure to resign for allegedly making an insulting reference to local tribes, putting at risk the multi-billion dollar undertaking to solve the country’s energy...
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Orthodox conversions in Israel are down by 31 percent over the past two years, according to a new report.
“Both demographic changes and bureaucratic hurdles have contributed to this change,” said Rabbi Seth Farber, director of ITIM: Resources and Advocacy for Jewish Life.
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Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met in Jordan for the second time in a week.
The face-to-face meeting Monday was the result of a meeting last week in Amman with representatives of the Mideast Quartet.
No statements followed Monday’s meeting, also in Amman, after both sides...
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