British Lawmakers Debate Ban on Kosher Slaughter

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New York City Changes Policy on Controversial Circumcision Rite

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How a Small Accounting Firm Became Jewish Charities' Auditor of Choice

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How Bob Simon Found Peace in Israel — While Reporting on War and Occupation

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London Soccer Fans Chant Anti-Semitic Slurs on Subway

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