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Slovakia Leader Robert Fico Wins Jewish Tolerance Prize


European Jewish groups will honor the prime minister of Slovakia for his “commitment to tolerance.”Read More

Last Synagogue in Indonesia Is Destroyed on Island of Java


Indonesia’s last synagogue has been destroyed, a Dutch news site reported last week.Read More

Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamanei Says Charm Offensive 'Not Proper'

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Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Saturday he supported moderate President Hassan Rouhani’s diplomatic initiative at the U.N. General Assembly last week but that some of what occurred there was “not proper”.Read More

Hobby Lobby's 'No Hanukkah' Apology Accepted by Anti-Defamation League


The Anti-Defamation League accepted an apology from the retailer Hobby Lobby for an employee’s alleged comment that the store “doesn’t cater to you people.”Read More

Ex-Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum Faces Wider Corruption Probe

By Maya Schwayder

Former Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum is now implicated in a decades-long “system of corruption,” that police now believe involved developers bribing public officials with “thousands of dollars” for zoning changes, the Montrael Gazette reported.Read More

Alex Rodriguez Sues Bud Selig for 'Destroying' Career With Doping Case

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New York Yankees player Alex Rodriguez sued Major League Baseball and Commissioner Bud Selig on Thursday, accusing them of improperly gathering evidence to destroy his reputation and career.Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu's 'Wolf in Sheep's Clothing' Warning on Iran Leaves Him as Lone Wolf

By Reuters

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said this week that Iran’s new president was a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”, but he himself looked increasingly like a lone wolf as his allies seek to bring Tehran into the fold.Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu Says He Would Take Phone Call From Iran Leader


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told U.S. media he would not initiate contact with the new Iranian president, but would not turn down an overture out of hand.Read More

Good Samaritan Prevents Stabbing of Jewish Teen on Paris Street


A passerby stopped a schoolboy from stabbing a Jewish classmate in Paris.Read More

Jewish Cemetery in Small Dutch Town Gets New Lease on Life


Jewish and non-Jewish volunteers rededicated a 200-year-old Dutch Jewish cemetery after decades of neglect.Read More

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