Pope Francis is shunning bulletproof vehicles during his trip to the Middle East this month, insisting that he use a normal car and be allowed to be as close to people as possible, the Vatican said on Thursday.4
Magic Johnson said Donald Sterling’s diminishment of African American charity work would not harm relations between the Jewish and black communities.
The Iraqi government is extending the stay of the Iraqi Jewish Archive in the United States.
Two senior Austrian educators will step down over a scandal in which a test administered to school-leavers featured an essay by a Nazi apologist, the latest in a series of missteps in awarding high school diplomas.
Memo from the Jewish Council for Public Affairs to the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations: Sorry for suggesting that our tent is bigger than yours.
A court in Lublin, Poland, conditionally dismissed charges against two Turkish nationals accused of making a Nazi salute at Majdanek, the former concentration camp, placing them on two years’ probation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will reportedly consult with advisers on alternative options to change the Israeli-Palestinian status quo in the West Bank.4
A Jewish man living in America pleaded guilty to indecent assault on a child while he was volunteering at a Chabad-run camp in Australia in the 1980s.
At first glance, it might be one of the most jarring studies of the year. A report published yesterday by the Anti-Defamation League has found that a good portion of the world’s population — about 1 billion people — harbor anti-Semitic attitudes.9
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