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Raoul Wallenberg's 100th Birthday Celebrated

By JTA

Sweden marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazis.Read More


Orthodox Rabbi Dies Using Sea as Mikveh

By JTA

A haredi Orthodox rabbi from London died while ritually immersing himself in the sea while on vacation in Wales.Read More


Deportation of Africans Kills School's Hoops Dream

By Haaretz

Five stars on an Israeli high school basketball team were all deported back to their homeland of South Sudan. The team’s future is now uncertain.Read More


Giffords Shooter Set To Plead Guilty

By Reuters

Jared Loughner, the man accused of killing six people and wounding then-U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords in 2011, is set to plead guilty.Read More


Estonia Plans To Change Kosher Slaughter Law

By JTA

Estonia will change its law on religious slaughter, government officials have said.Read More


Israeli Troops Open Fire on Fleeing Syrian

By JTA

Israeli soldiers shot and injured a Syrian civilian who attempted to breach the border fence into Israel on the Golan Heights.Read More


Jewish Aussie Kayaker Wins Silver Medal

A Jewish Australian kayaker won a silver medal at the Olympic Games.Read More


Palestinians 'Guaranteed' Win in U.N. Bid

By Reuters

The Palestinians’ bid to upgrade their status at the United Nations would find majority support there but would not bring them closer to statehood and peace with Israel, Israel’s UN envoy said on Sunday.Read More


Thousands March in New Israel Protests

By Haaretz

Thousands of Israelis participated in two separate social protest rallies on Saturday, as one event represented a bid to unify the social protest movement and the movement for a universal IDF draft, with the other mostly comprised by social protest activists who disagreed with the unity attempt.Read More


Israel Social Protesters Vow 'All-Out War'

Thousands of Israelis are expected to participate in a series of social protests in Tel Aviv on Saturday, days after two streams within the larger social protest movement decided to join forces earlier in the week.Read More





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