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WikiLeaks cables reveal embarrassing details of an Israeli military contractor's secret operations in Latin America—sparking a government "hate campaign" against journalists who reported the shenanigans in Panama.

Israeli warplanes launched air-strikes on targets across the Gaza Strip, injuring at least 17 people including seven children—hours after Hamas pledged to commit to a truce if Israel stops bombarding the Strip. 

Thousands of anti-fascists encircled Dresden to block a neo-Nazi "funeral march" commemorating the city's 1945 bombardment, while fascists marched in Budapest to mark its fall to the Allies.

Jewish organizations are protesting the 27-year sentence handed down to Sholom Rubashkin, the kosher slaughterhouse CEO whose plant was raided for undocumented workers.

A Homeland Security memo states that Jared Loughner—primary suspect in the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords—is "possibly linked" to the white supremacist American Renaissance.

Initial media reports that protesters had burned down an ancient synagogue in the Tunisian city of Gabes were later refuted, with accusations of provocation by ex-regime members.

Which is more maddening: that an Australian court imprisoned a "Palestine solidarity activist" for spewing Jew-hatred at a rally, or that his spewing was tolerated by the "activists"?