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Romney Campaign Rebuffs Jewish Voice for Peace

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Jewish Voice for Peace members said its members were rebuffed as they attempted to deliver a letter to the Boston headquarters of Mitt Romney.Read More


Israeli-American Hiker Kidnapped in Amazon

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An Israeli American man reportedly was kidnapped while hiking in the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador.Read More


Maryland Candidate Meets With Israeli Officials

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John Delaney, the Democratic congressional candidate in a redrawn Maryland district, met with Israeli politicians and businessmen on a trip to the Jewish state.Read More


Chicago Doctor Drowns After Saving Boys

By JTA

A pediatric surgeon from Chicago drowned in Lake Michigan after saving two boys who fell out of their kayak.Read More


Marvin Hamlisch Dies at 68

By Reuters

Composer Marvin Hamlisch, who was perhaps best known for his collaborations with Barbra Streisand, has died at 68. He had the rare honor of winning Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards.Read More


Aly Raisman Wins Gold Medal

By Reuters

Gymnast Aly Raisman won a gold medal on the floor exercise at the Olympics after winning bronze on the balance beam.Read More


Glitch Causes Cheap El Al Flights to Israel

By JTA

Thousands of travelers bought bargain basement-priced tickets to Israel on El Al Airlines after a third-party mistake sent the price plummeting.Read More


Sami Rohr, Businessman and Philanthropist, Dies

By JTA

Sami Rohr, a major philanthropist whose giving created and sustained hundreds of Chabad Lubavitch houses around the world, died at the age of 86.Read More


Kosher Slaughter Under Attack Across Europe

By JTA

A prominent European rabbinical group has warned that kosher slaughter could come under further attack this year in European Union countries.Read More


Munich Widows Blast Olympic Chief at Memorial

By Haaretz

The International Olympic Commmittee (IOC) and its president Jacques Rogge were severely criticized last night at an event commemorating the Munich Eleven.Read More





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