Claims Conference Ombudsman Says He Was Dumped Over Critical Report

Shmuel Hollander was abruptly dumped as ombudsman at the Claims Conference. Was he let go because he authored a critical report about the massive fraud the Holocaust restitution agency?


Why Do Jewish Camps Erase the Green Line on Israel Maps?

As Jewish summer camp season begins, the ubiquitous maps of Israel are coming under unusual scrutiny. Some campers and leaders are questioning why the Green Line is erased — and what effect that has on children.


U.N. Report Shoots Down Israel's Exoneration of Troops in Gaza Beach Killings

One of the little-noticed findings of the U.N. commission on possible Gaza war crimes is the panel’s strong criticism of Israel’s move to close the books on its military’s killing of four Palestinian boys on a beach.


Why We Can Walk Without Fear in Prague

In Prague, anti-Semitism is virtually unknown. Why has the Czech Republic been so successful at stamping out hatred compared to its neighbors in central Europe?


Druze Split Over Grisly Ambulance Attack in Golan Heights

Israeli Druze leaders have mostly condemned a grisly attack on an ambulance that killed a wounded Syrian. But in the picturesque villages of the Golan Heights, members of the secretive sect are boiling with anger at the civil war raging across the border — and want action.

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