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British Lawyer Fined $12K for Anti-Semitic Rant


A British lawyer who in 2009 said she “couldn’t stand Jewish people” during an office rant was found guilty of discrimination by a tribunal.Read More

Graham Spanier, Ousted in Scandal, Is Highest Paid Public College Chief

By Reuters

Salaries of presidents of U.S. public universities rose almost 5 percent in the last fiscal year, even as tuition rose and student debt soared, with the median pay package topping $400,000, according to a report released on Sunday.Read More

Opulent 1,500-Year-Old Mosaic Is Unearthed

By Yanir Yagna (Haaretz)

A magnificent 1,500-year-old mosaic floor has been uncovered by archeologists near Kibbutz Beit Kama in the south, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Sunday.Read More

Half of Israelis Back Women of the Wall

By Judy Maltz (Haaretz)

The percentage of Israelis who support Women of the Wall, is greater than the percentage who don’t, a poll by the Israel Democracy Institute shows.Read More

Grandson of Malcolm X Died Amid Mariachi, Strippers and Sewage in Mexico

By Reuters

Left crumpled in the gutter after an ill-fated visit to a seedy club in a rough part of Mexico City, the grandson of murdered U.S. civil rights leader Malcolm X lay dying engulfed in the stench of sewage and a blaring cacophony of Mariachi music.Read More

'Mounting' Evidence Links Tsarnaev Brothers to Unsolved Jewish Triple Murder


There is “mounting evidence” that the Boston Marathon bombers were involved in the unsolved murder of three men in a suburb of Boston.Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu and Wife Sara Reverse Course on $127K Plane Bed

By Reuters

Benjamin Netanyahu is changing his mid-air sleeping arrangements after a public flap over a $127,000 custom-built bedroom for the Israeli prime minister and his wife on a flight to London last month.Read More

'Jewish' Photo of Captured Nazi Reichstag Goes on Display in Russia


The recently discovered original copy of an iconic World War II photo which was doctored in the Soviet Union under Jozef Stalin was unveiled at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow.Read More

3 Hungarians Convicted for Anti-Semitic Incident at Jewish Congress


A Hungarian court convicted three young men who accosted Jews in Budapest during the World Jewish Congress general assembly.Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu Spends $127K on El Al Airplane 'Resting Chamber'

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spent $127,000 of Israeli taxpayers’ money on a “resting chamber” that was especially constructed for him and his wife on their five-hour flight to London last month, Channel 10 reported.Read More

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