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The Liqueur-Making Jews of Curacao

The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.

Rocket Fired At Southern Israel, Signaling Possible Breakdown of Truce

Sirens warning of incoming rockets from Gaza went off in southern Israel on Wednesday, signaling a possible breakdown of a three-day truce about two hours before it was due to expire.

Israeli Professor Mordechai Kedar Will Continue With U.S. Speaking Tour

Israeli scholar and law professor Mordechai Kedar, who made headlines recently for his comments about rape as a way to combat Hamas terrorism, says the backlash won’t affect his speaking tour of the U.S.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Visits Israel on Solidarity Trip

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo noted New Yorkers’ deep ties to Israel during a one-day solidarity visit there.

Gaza Fishermen Caught Between Israeli-Palestinian Sea Feud

After hours casting their nets close to the Gaza shore, Palestinian fishermen sift through their catch in the dim dawn light, managing to scrape together a few piles of puny fish.

Hamptons Synagogue Raises $1 Million For Israel in One Night

Congregants at a synagogue in the Hamptons on New York’s Long Island pledged more than $1 million at a fundraiser for Israel.