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Rome May Kill Stalled Holocaust Museum

By JTA

After years of delays city authorities may drop the idea of establishing a modern, $30 million Holocaust Museum in central Rome and instead install a smaller exhibit in a former shopping center in a Rome suburb.Read More


German ISIS Extremist Once Played on Jewish Soccer Team

By JTA

A German man on trial for being a member of the extremist ISIS group once played for a Jewish soccer club.Read More


Bar Refaeli Pole Dancing Ad Raises Hackles

By Haaretz

A new Israeli TV ad featuring supermodel Bar Refaeli pole dancing has reportedly aroused the ire of many viewers.Read More


University of Pennsylvania Jewish Group Kills $400 Stipend

By JTA

An independent Jewish organization at the University of Pennsylvania has stopped offering students a stipend to participate in its Maimonides program, after parents objected to the practice.Read More


Belarus Museum Opens Exhibit About Ariel Sharon

By JTA

The National History Museum of Belarus inaugurated an exhibition about Ariel Sharon.Read More


Ex-Auschwitz Guard Hit With 300,000 Murder Counts

By JTA

German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for his service as a Nazi SS guard at Auschwitz.Read More


Former Auschwitz Guard Charged With 300,000 Counts of Accessory to Murder

By JTA

German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for his service as a Nazi SS guard at Auschwitz.Read More


Scottish Jews Wary of Independence Ahead of Historic Vote

By Ben Sales

This week, Scotland will vote on whether to become an independent country or continue more than three centuries of union with England. Most Scottish Jew are hoping the United Kingdom will out.Read More


Philadelphia Kosher Butcher Shop Vandalized With Anti-Semitic Graffiti

By JTA

A kosher butcher shop in Philadelphia was defaced with anti-Semitic graffiti.Read More


Paris Moishe House Will Open Amid Increased Anti-Semitic Attacks

By JTA

Paris will see the opening of its first Moishe House amid a soaring number of anti-Semitic attacks in France.Read More


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