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Oracle's Larry Ellison Is World's Richest Jew

By JTA

Oracle’s Larry Ellison is the world’s richest Jew, according to Forbes magazine’s annual world billionaires list for 2013.Read More


Oberlin College Scraps Classes Amid Wave of Anti-Semitic and Racist Hatred

By JTA

Oberlin College canceled classes to convene a “day of solidarity” following a series of racial and anti-Semitic incidents.Read More


Menachem Froman, Backed Coexistence With Muslim Fundamentalists, Dies at 68

By Yair Ettinger (Haaretz)

Rabbi Menachem Froman died on Monday at the age of 68, following a prolonged illness.Read More


Joe Biden Tells AIPAC That Obama Is Not 'Bluffing' on Iran Nuclear Threat

By Reuters

Vice President Joe Biden told America’s biggest pro-Israel lobbying organization on Monday that President Barack Obama is “not bluffing” about the United States’ determination to stop Iran from getting a nuclear weapon.Read More


Netanyahu Plans To Ask Barack Obama To Free Jonathan Pollard During Israel Trip

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to ask President Obama to grant clemency to Jonathan Pollard while Obama was in Israel.Read More


Amid 'Jewish List' Fears, Hungary Jews Set Up Watchdog To Track Anti-Semitism

By JTA

Hungary’s Jewish communities have created a watchdog organization on anti-Semitism modeled after the Anti-Defamation League.Read More


'Miracle' Orthodox Jewish Baby Dies After Parents Killed on Way to Hospital

By Reuters

A ‘miracle’ turned to more tragedy as the Brooklyn infant who initially survived a car crash that killed his parents has now also passed away.Read More


'Miracle' Baby Survives Crash That Killed Orthodox Jewish Parents Going to Hospital

By Forward Staff

The ‘miracle’ infant of Brooklyn will always celebrate his birthday on the anniversary of his parents tragic death. They died in a car crash on their way to the hospital.Read More


Two Men Indicted in Rash of Firebombings at New Jersey Synagogues

By JTA

A New Jersey grand jury indicted two men charged with firebombing several synagogues in the state.Read More


Critics Slam 'Revolting' Plan for Divided West Bank Bus Systems

By Reuters

Israel launched two Palestinians-only bus lines in the occupied West Bank on Monday, a step an Israeli rights group described as racist and which the Transport Ministry called an improvement in service.Read More


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