How Jerusalem Light Rail, Once Sign of Progress, Became Prime Terror Target

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Muslim and Jewish Feminists Mingle Uneasily in the City Of Sisterly Love

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Jan Karski’s Relatives Angry at ‘Snub’ by Polish Jewish Museum

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Abe Foxman Slams Sheldon Adelson for 'Disturbing' Remark on Israel Democracy

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In Ebola Fight, Jewish Groups Help Caregivers Cope With Psychosocial Trauma

In the fight against Ebola, Jewish aid groups bring special experience dealing with traum affecting caregivers and other health service providers.

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