Giant Berlin Mall Opens on Iconic Jewish Store Site

A gigantic German department store, rebuilt in the heart of Berlin on the rubble of a shopping centre seized by the Nazis, was opened on Thursday with a ceremony paying tribute to its original Jewish owners.

Foreign Workers Now Teach Jews How To Farm — on the Kibbutz

Say goodbye to the historic image of Zionists getting down in the dirt to cultivate the land. Nowadays, the vast majority of kibbutz farmworkers are foreigners.

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Why Is Government Seeking To Kill United Against Nuclear Iran Lawsuit?

The U.S. government is seeking to kill a lawsuit against an Iran watchdog group that obtained secret classified documents. Why are the feds protecting the group — not prosecuting it?

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Anti-Semitism Drives 28% Jump in Aliyah

Aliyah to Israel jumped 28 percent in the past Jewish year, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel, for a total of 24,800 — the highest figure in five years.

Hasidic Pilgrims Fined $15K for Ukraine Tent City

The Jewish community of Uman paid the city approximately $15,000 in fines for erecting an unlicensed tent city for holiday pilgrims.

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