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ADL Demands Calif. Councilwoman Quit Over Hitler Remarks

By JTA

A councilwoman in Santa Ana, Calif., should resign after she made a “half-hearted” apology to a Jewish businessman that she had compared to Hitler, the Anti-Defamation League said.Read More


Boston Tech Worker Admits Handing Secrets to Fake Israeli Operative

A former employee of a Boston-area high-tech company pleaded guilty to handing over trade secrets to an undercover FBI agent posing as an Israeli intelligence officer.Read More


British Group Want Madam Tussauds To Change Wax Hitler Statue

By JTA

A Jewish organization in Britain has called on Madame Tussauds to make its wax replica of Hitler look more defeated.Read More


Martha Stewart Will Visit Israel To Promote Tourism

By Haaretz

Despite the fact that the coming month appears laden with the threat of potential diplomatic turmoil as well as social unrest, lifestyle guru Martha Stewart has confirmed she will be visiting Israel as soon as later this week.Read More


Bachmann Meets With Orthodox Leaders

By Forward Staff

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann reportedly talked about her faith and strong support for Israel during a meeting group of Orthodox Jewish leaders in New York Tuesday.Read More


Petition for Alan Gross' Freedom Gains Support

By JTA

An online petition to free the Jewish American contractor Alan Gross garnered almost 1,000 signatures in its first day.Read More


American Muslims Call for Gilad Shalit's Release

By JTA

A group of prominent American Muslims issued a letter urging Hamas to immediately release captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.Read More


Duke Hoopster Arrives To Play in Israel

By JTA

Former Duke University basketball standout Jon Scheyer arrived in Israel and immediately made aliyah.Read More


Activist Who Heckled Netanyahu Sues Bystanders

By JTA

A Jewish activist who protested during Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.S. Congress is suing the four bystanders that she says attacked her.Read More


West Bank Settlers Get Army Training for September

The IDF has conducted detailed work to determine a “red line” for each settlement in the West Bank, which will determine when soldiers will be ordered to shoot at the feet of Palestinian protesters if the line is crossed. It is also planning to provide settlers with tear gas and stun grenades as part of the defense operation.Read More


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