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Palestinian Protesters Firebomb Jewish-Owned Building in East Jerusalem

By JTA

Palestinian protesters threw firebombs at an apartment building in the eastern Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Silwan after Jews moved in.Read More


Zionist Leader Kalman Sultanik Dies at 97

By JTA

Zionist leader Kalman Sultanik, who for decades served as a leader in the World Jewish Congress, has died.Read More


Stunning Reality TV Star Wins 'Miss Jewish Star' Pageant

By JTA

Linor Shefer, an Israeli-American reality television star who was born in Ukraine, won Moscow’s first “Miss Jewish Star” beauty pageant.Read More


2,000-Year-Old Stone Engraved to Roman Emperor Hadrian Unearthed

By JTA

A fragment of a stone engraved with an inscription dedicated to the Roman emperor Hadrian was discovered in Jerusalem.Read More


Jack the Ripper Likely Not Jewish After All

By Julie Wiener

You can rest easy. Turns out Jack the Ripper might not have been Jewish after all.Read More


Hundreds Protest To Denounce 'Klinghoffer' at Met Debut

By Reuters

Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor, led a rally outside the Metropolitan Opera on Monday to protest the company’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer,” which some have called anti-Semitic and sympathetic to terrorism.Read More


Jerusalem Bus Ads Featuring Women in Prayer Shawls Vandalized

By JTA

Several public buses featuring photos of young women wearing kippot and prayer shawls were vandalized in Jerusalem.Read More


Israeli Chief Rabbinate Will Review Rabbi Freundel's Conversions

By Judy Maltz

Israel’s Chief Rabbinate is reviewing the validity of conversions performed by Rabbi Barry Freundel — despite the U.S. ruling that the ‘peeping’ rabbi’s conversions ‘remain halakhically valid.’Read More


Arab-Israeli Team Hails Ex-Knesset Lawmaker Accused of Treason

By JTA

An Arab-Israeli soccer team honored a former Knesset lawmaker who fled Israel amid accusations of treason and espionage.Read More


U.N. Experts Question Israel About Palestinian's Rights

By Reuters

U.N. experts questioned Israeli officials on Monday over alleged rights abuses ranging from the demolition of Palestinian houses to mistreatment of detainees and limited Palestinian access to water.Read More


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