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Report: WikiLeaks Founder Assange Talks of 'Jewish Conspiracy' Against Him

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange accused British journalists of a “Jewish conspiracy” against him, according to a report in a British magazine.Read More


Oscar Win Sheds Light on the Children of Israel's Migrant Workers

By Gili Cohen and Nirit Anderman (Haaretz)

The documentary film “Strangers No More,” about a Tel Aviv elementary school, won an Oscar on Sunday for Best Documentary Short Subject. The film tells the tale of children from 48 different countries who attend the Bialik-Rogozin School in south Tel Aviv.Read More


Iran Protests Olympics Logo, Saying It Spells 'Zion'

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Iran is protesting the logo for the 2012 Olympic Games, saying it spells the word “Zion.”Read More


ADL: Charlie Sheen's Rant 'Borderline Anti-Semitism'

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Actor Charlie Sheen’s rant against the executive producer of his hit TV sitcom is “borderline anti-Semitism,” the Anti-Defamation League’s Abraham Foxman said.Read More


Bibi: Israel Can't Ignore World Pressure on Settlements

By Jonathan Lis (Haaretz Service)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that Israel could not ignore growing international pressure over construction in the West Bank, but said that the government would preserve ongoing settlement activity to the best of its ability.Read More


Barak: Syria Ready To Consider Peace Deal With Israel

By Haaretz Service

Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Monday that Syrian President Bashar Assad is prepared to consider a peace agreement with Israel.Read More


Jewish Talent Shines at the 2011 Oscars

By JTA

A minyan of Jewish talent garnered coveted Oscar statuettes during the 2011 Academy Award ceremony.Read More


Cuba Sets Trial Date for American Alan Gross

By JTA

U.S. government contractor Alan Gross, whom the State Department says was in Cuba to assist Cuban Jews, will go on trial in Cuba next month on charges of acts against the state.Read More


Israeli Backpacker Among Dead in Earthquake that Rocked New Zealand

By JTA

An Israeli backpacker is believed to be among the 65 people killed in the earthquake that shook New Zealand, and the destruction in Christchurch on the country’s South Island included the city’s Chabad house.Read More


American Rabbis Protest Israel's Conversion Policy

By JTA

Dozens of North American Orthodox rabbis protested to Israel’s Interior Ministry following reports that converts under Orthodox auspices are being denied the right to immigrate.Read More





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