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Has John Galliano Changed Tune on Anti-Semitism?

By JTA

The Anti-Defamation League said disgraced designer John Galliano has changed his beliefs and now understands the evils of anti-Semitism.Read More


National Jewish Democratic Council Names Interim Director

By JTA

The National Jewish Democratic Council named former congressional aide Aaron Keyak its interim director.Read More


Obama's Gun Control Plan Wins Broad Jewish Support

By JTA

President Obama’s gun controls drew broad Jewish community support.Read More


Center-Left Bloc Could Tie Netanyahu: Poll

By JTA

Israel’s general election on Jan. 22 could see a left-wing coalition matching the rightist bloc’s projected 46 seats, according to the last poll before voting.Read More


Mali Incursion Raises Risk to French Jews

By JTA

France’s military involvement in Mali “significantly increases” the threat facing French Jews, according to the security service of the country’s Jewish communities.Read More


Finland Has New Israeli-Born Chief Rabbi

By JTA

Finland’s new chief rabbi is Simon Livson, the 30 year-old Israeli born son of Finns.Read More


Russia Irate Over U.S. Judge's Order On Disputed Jewish Texts

By Reuters

Russia has criticised a U.S. judge’s ruling in a longstanding dispute over a collection of Jewish writings, warning of potential retaliation in an irate statement that reflected strained ties with the United States.Read More


Netanyahu Set To Win, But Losing Steam

By Reuters

Four days before Israel’s parliamentary election, opinion polls published on Friday showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu still set to win, although his support had slipped to its lowest point in the campaign so far.Read More


Family Takes to Twitter To Find Bone Marrow Match

By Susan Armitage

London siblings Jonni and Caroline Berger have taken to social media with an odd but potentially lifesaving hashtag:“#Spit4Mum.”Read More


Prosecutor Defends Case Against Aaron Swartz

By Reuters

The prosecutor who pursued criminal charges against Aaron Swartz, the 26-year-old Internet activist and computer prodigy who killed himself last week, has defended her actions after facing several days of harsh criticism.Read More


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