New satellite imagery analyzed by a U.S. security think tank shows that Iran may be clearing nuclear evidence from a building at a military site.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in testimony at his corruption trial denied accepting envelopes full of cash from American businessman Morris Talansky. As his multi-day testimony in Jerusalem Municipal Court moved to the Talansky affair, Olmert said Thursday that Talansky's testimony was made up of "fantasies," and that no cash was involved in Talansky's campaign contributions and personal donations. He also said the rumors that Talansky lent him money were false.
Malcolm Hoenlein slammed governments, including the Obama administration, for not denouncing the naming of a square in a West Bank town after a terrorist. "If governments, even our own, do not stand up," then the Jewish people must "make our voices heard" and "demand accountability and consequences," Hoenlein, the executive vice president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, said Thursday at a memorial service for the parents and three children of the Fogel family who were murdered last Friday night in the West Bank settlement of Itamar.