Andreja Preger, a noted concert pianist who survived the Holocaust as part of Yugoslavia’s anti-Nazi partisans, has died. Preger died on December 18 in Belgrade at the age of 104.
A 31-year-old man was sentenced to four to five years in prison for extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Boston-area rabbi who was having an affair with a male teenager.
The first Jewish chief justice of the highest court in Massachusetts assured Muslims that the state’s judicial system will protect their rights.
An Orthodox Jewish nonprofit that purports to help gay men become heterosexual has been ordered to close.
A Syrian rebel group has claimed responsibility for the airstrike in Damascus that killed a Lebanese Hezbollah leader who spent nearly three decades in an Israeli prison.
A former contractor for the main Jewish hospital in Montreal has been accused of overbilling untold thousands of dollars.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah group said on Monday that Israel would be held accountable for killing prominent militant Samir Kuntar in an air strike in Syria, and accorded him an elaborate funeral of the kind reserved for its top commanders.
Former Argentine Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said that Iran was responsible for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires while he was negotiating with Tehran.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry blamed Israel supporters for a new U.S. visa waiver law that excludes Iranian citizens and people who have visited Iran from visa-free travel to the United States.
Israel plans to deploy its new medium-range missile interceptor David’s Sling by mid-2016 after the U.S.-backed system passed final trials, defense officials said on Monday.5
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