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Bomb Detonated in India Likely Meant for Chabad

By JTA

A bomb that exploded in a crowded cafe in India was likely meant for the nearby Chabad House, Indian authorities said.Read More


Claims Conference Fires Employees Over Fake Holocaust Claims

By JTA

The Claims Conference fired three employees for approving fake Holocaust claims.Read More


Israeli Court: Jaffa's Jews-Only Housing Complex Is Legal

By Ofra Edelman (Haaretz)

The Tel Aviv District Court rejected a petition this week against a decision to lease land in Jaffa’s Ajami neighborhood for the exclusive use of members of the religious Zionist community.Read More


Mumps Outbreak Among Jewish Boys

By JTA

An outbreak of mumps in New York and New Jersey has affected more than 1,500 people since June, mostly Jewish boys ages 7-18.Read More


Jewish Valentines in Demand

By Edmon J. Rodman (JTA)

“Famous Jewish Lovers” might seem like a dreamed-up category on “Jeopardy!,” but it’s easily real. Valentine’s Day is coming; why should Jews be left off the list of heartthrobs?Read More


Wiesenthal Center Protests Goldstone Address at NYU

By JTA

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is objecting to the appearance of Richard Goldstone at New York University.Read More


Arrest Made in Auschwitz Sign Theft

By JTA

A wanted Swedish man has been arrested in connection with the theft of the famous Auschwitz sign.Read More


Rabbi Yechezkel Besser, Father of Polish Revival, Dies

By JTA

Rabbi Yechezkel Besser, the “spiritual father” of the Polish Jewish revival, has died.Read More


Oren Close to Resolution with 'Mainstream' J Street

By JTA

The Israeli ambassador to Washington says his dispute with J Street is close to resolution and that the group was “much more in the mainstream.”Read More


Jewish Groups' Letter Urges Obama To Open Gaza

By JTA

Jewish and Israeli groups have signed on to a letter urging President Obama to press Israel to lift its closure of the Gaza Strip.Read More


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