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Independent Panel Will Probe 1994 Terror Bombing at Argentina Jewish Center

By JTA

Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman and his Iranian counterpart Ali Akbar Salehi signed an agreement to form an independent commission to investigate the 1994 bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish community center, AMIA.Read More


Mali Islamists Torch 20,000 Timbuktu Books

By Reuters

Islamist fighters fleeing Mali’s ancient Saharan city of Timbuktu as French and Malian troops closed in set fire to a South African-funded library there containing thousands of priceless manuscripts, the city’s mayor said on Monday.Read More


London Times Cartoon Depicts Benjamin Netanayahu Building Bloody Wall

By JTA

An editorial cartoon showing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu building a wall on the bodies of Palestinians and using their blood as cement was published in London’s Sunday Times.Read More


Former Israeli Premier Ariel Sharon Has 'Significant' Brain Activity Despite Coma

By Reuters

Tests on former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon showed that he has significant brain activity, despite being presumed to be in a vegetative state.Read More


Barack Obama: Fight Against Hate on Holocaust Remembrance Day

By JTA

President Obama in a statement marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day said the spirit of Holocaust resistance must inspire policy today.Read More


Rabbis Changed Prayers To Make Barack Obama's Inaugural Service 'Jew-ier'

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The rabbis at President Obama’s inaugural prayer service all made changes from the readings they were planning to deliver. They said the goal was to be a little ‘Jew-ier.’Read More


Diane Feinstein's Plan for Assault Weapon Ban Will Get a Vote in Senate

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The senator leading the charge to revive a U.S. assault weapons ban conceded on Sunday, just days before hearings on gun control open, that winning Senate passage will be tough but said she has been assured she will have the chance to bring it up for a vote.Read More


92-Year-Old Auschwitz Survivor Cited in Aussie

By JTA

A 92-year-old Auschwitz survivor was among more than a dozen Jews to be honored on Australia Day.Read More


39% of French Say Jews Hold 'Too Much Power'

By JTA

A new survey on how Frenchmen perceive Jews revealed widespread anti-Semitism alongside high support for Israel and pro-Jewish sentiments.Read More


Sylvio Berlusconi Sparks Italy Outrage by Praising Mussolini at Holocaust Event

By Reuters

Former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi triggered outrage from Italy’s political left on Sunday with comments defending fascist wartime leader Benito Mussolini at a ceremony commemorating victims of the Nazi Holocaust.Read More


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