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Stolen $1.3M Marc Chagall Painting at Home of Soccer Star Roberto Bottega

By JTA

A Marc Chagall painting stolen more than 10 years ago was discovered in the home of former Italian soccer star Roberto Bottega.Read More


Eleven Mezuzahs in Brooklyn Burned on Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Anne Cohen

Eleven mezuzahs and doorframes were set on fire in Brooklyn on Monday, in what New York police is treating as a hate crime.Read More


Women of the Wall's Anat Hoffman Supports Plan for Egalitarian Kotel

By Jane Eisner

The proposal to create an expanded section for egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall has picked up a crucial supporter in Anat Hoffman. But she is wary of the interim period.Read More


U.S. Army Cut Presentation Linking Orthodox Jews, KKK and Al-Qaida

By JTA

A slide on extremist threats lumping haredi Orthodox Jews, among others, with groups like the Ku Klux Klan and al-Qaida was used once and removed, the U.S. Army said.Read More


Driver Who Killed Princeton Rabbi Was Taking Depression Medication

By Seth Berkman

The driver that killed esteemed Princeton rabbi Jim Diamond, had been taking depression medication and the police were called to his home a week before the accident, according to local reports.Read More


Ex-Owner of LA Kosher Market Is Being Sued for Kosher Meat Scandal

By JTA

Mike Engelman, who is suspected of selling non-kosher food from his Doheny Glatt Kosher Meat Market in Los Angeles, is being sued.Read More


Michael Savage Slams Controversial Circumcision Practice on the Radio

By Seth Berkman

On his nationally syndicated radio show on Monday, conservative host Michael Savage slammed metzitzah b’peh, the Orthodox Jewish circumcision ritual that has led to the transmission of herpes in infant males.Read More


Kerry Vows To Help Boost West Bank Economy

By Reuters

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday he had agreed to work with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to boost economic growth in the occupied West Bank as he seeks ways to revive Middle East peace talks.Read More


American Settler Gets Life for Killing Palestinians

By Reuters

The Jerusalem District Court sentenced Jewish terrorist Yaakov (Jack) Tytell on Tuesday to two life terms as well as an additional 30 years in prison, after he was convicted in January on two counts of murder and additional counts of assault.Read More


John Kerry Works To Boost Economy of West Bank

By Reuters

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday he had agreed to work with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to boost economic growth in the occupied West Bank as he seeks ways to revive Middle East peace talks.Read More


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