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Rise of Austria's Far-Right Seen Through Eyes of Lone Jewish Lawmaker

David Lasar is the lone Jewish lawmaker from Austria’s resurgent far-right party. He stands behind its populist message, even though the community rejects the group as neo-Nazi.

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Rules on Screening for Sex Offenders Vary Widely at Jewish Schools

Is it safe to hire a man convicted of abusing children to teach college students? At Jewish institutions of higher education, a patchwork of policies and practices makes that question hard to answer.

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In 'Like Dreamers' a Paratrooper from the 1967 War Dives Into the Settler Movement

The new book, ‘Like Dreamers,’ is about seven of the paratroopers who reunited Jerusalem during the Six Day War. The surprising directions they took after form the fabric of Israel’s recent history. Read an excerpt.

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Jacob Bender Is First Jew To Lead Chapter of Muslim Advocacy Group CAIR

Jacob Bender believes his faith can only help him speak out on behalf of Philadelphia Muslims. But why do Jewish leaders shun the advocacy group he’s joining?

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