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Hebrew National Rejects Claim It's Unkosher

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Hebrew National boasts of “answering to a higher authority,” but several class-action lawyers are hoping to take one of the country’s largest kosher meat producers to an earthly court.Read More


Protests at Ahmadinejad's Presence at Rio Summit

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Some 2,000 Brazilian Jews and non-Jews protested Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s presence at Rio + 20, the United Nations summit on sustainable development.Read More


Adelsons Give $6M to Boston Jewish Groups

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Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson, have given $6 million in grants to three Boston Jewish institutions.Read More


Wiesel Snubs Hungary Over Praise for Fascist

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Elie Wiesel has returned Hungary’s highest honor over the country’s honoring of a Nazi sympathizer who has been called a fascist.Read More


Hadassah Sells Headquarters for $71M

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Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, said it has sold its New York headquarters for $71.5 million.Read More


Hamas Fires Rockets Into Israel

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Hamas has claimed responsibility for firing at least three rockets into southern Israel.Read More


Settlers Close to Deal To Leave Willingly

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Government representatives and representatives of residents of the Ulpana neighborhood reportedly are close to a deal under which the families would leave voluntarily.Read More


No Gays in Army, Says Israeli Lawmaker

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An Israeli lawmaker said in an interview that the Israel Defense Forces should stop enlisting homosexuals.Read More


Reconsider Prosecution of Journalist: Press Group

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The International Press Institute has called on Israel’s attorney general to reconsider an indictment against an Israeli investigative reporter for acquiring classified documents.Read More


Tomb of 'Righteous' Pole Is Rededicated

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The tombstone of a Polish woman who saved a Jewish woman by hiding her in the roof of her barn for two years during the Holocaust was rededicated with a Talmudic inscription.Read More





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