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Kosovo’s centuries-old Jewish community is down to a few dozen souls. They are proud their past — and wonder why Israel won’t recognize their state.


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Protesting the Gaza war, Dutchman Henk Zanoli returned his Righteous Gentile medal to Israel, where the boy he saved still has family. How do they feel about Zanoli’s decision?


Why Israel's Fight Against William Schabas May Be Off-Target

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German Panel Says Nazi-Looted Painting Should Go to Jewish Heirs

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