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Police Will Probe Racism Claims by Ethiopians

By Haaretz

Police have opened an investigation into suspected incitement to racism on the part of local homeowners’ committees in Kiryat Malakhi that allegedly refused to rent apartments to members of the Ethiopian immigrant community.Read More

Covenant Foundation Gives $900,000 in Grants

The Covenant Foundation has awarded $900,000 in new grants to Jewish educational organizations and initiatives.Read More

Ron Paul Greets Anti-Zionist Jew

By Haaretz

U.S. Congressman and Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul found himself in the eye of a potential controversy on Tuesday, following a brief encounter with a leading member of the anti-Zionist Haredi sect Neturei Karta.Read More

Report: Mossad Is Recruiting Iranian Dissidents

By Haaretz

A leading French newspaper Le Figaro reported on Wednesday that Israeli Mossad agents are recruiting and training Iranian dissidents from Iraq’s Kurdish region to work against the regime in Tehran.Read More

Romney Wins New Hampshire; Paul Second


Mitt Romney won New Hampshire’s Republican primary race, with nearly 40% of the vote. Ron Paul finished a strong second and Jon Huntsman came in third.Read More

Court Strikes Down Oklahoma Sharia Ban


A federal appeals court has ruled as unconstitutional the state of Oklahoma’s ban on judges considering Islamic law in deciding cases.Read More

Katy Perry's Father Meant To Praise Jews


Comments made by the Rev. Keith Hudson, the father of pop star Katy Perry, during a sermon at an Ohio church were taken out of context, the church’s pastor said.Read More

Push To Extradite Argentina Bombers


The Simon Wiesenthal Center urged the presidents of Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Venezuela to demand the extradition to Argentina of the Iranians implicated in the 1994 terrorist attack on a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.Read More

In Israel, Right-Wing Activists Put on House Arrest

By Haaretz

The Jerusalem District Court released five right-wing extremists to house arrest, days after being indicted for monitoring Israel Defense Forces operations in the West Bank in an attempt to thwart the demolition of illegal outposts.Read More

D.C. Mayor Settles Passover Election Suit


Washington Mayor Vincent Gray has settled a lawsuit brought against the District of Columbia by a local rabbi over the date of special elections.Read More

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