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A 1,200-year-old parchment Jewish prayer book that is billed as the oldest in existence has been unveiled. It may offer a crucial tie between modern practice and Biblical times.


Jews Downplay Ties to Immigration Advocate Roy Naim After Child Porn Arrest

Two Orthodox groups that aid disabled children are downplaying their ties to Roy Naim after the immigration reform activist was hit with child pornography charges.


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AIPAC has launched a new drive to frame the debate on the emerging diplomatic thaw with Iran. Will the lobbying group’s abortive push for a strike on Syria undercut the effort?


Y.U. Pushes Back Against $380M Abuse Lawsuit Saying Students Waited Too Long

Yeshiva U. is pushing back against the ex-students who say they were abused by rabbis. The school wants to know why the alleged victims took so long to act.


William Rapfogel Scandal Widens as Met Council Axes Key Consultant

The $5 million scandal at the Met Council has widened dramatically. Ex-CEO Dovid Cohen was let go as a consultant on the same day that William Rapfogel was fired.

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