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Indian Clothing Store Named for Hitler

By JTA

The owners of a men’s clothing store in the Indian state of Gujarat are being urged to change the name from Hitler.Read More


Hotelier Seeks To Make Amends for Anti-Semitism

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A Muslim hotel owner in Southern California condemned anti-Semitism and agreed to donate money to two pro-Israel groups in order to head off a protest rally.Read More


Illegal Settlers Get Sweet Housing Deal

By Haaretz

The state will subsidize rental costs for the mobile homes it will be providing to residents of the unauthorized West Bank outpost of Migron in their new temporary camp nearby. The renters will pay just NIS 11 per square meter per month, less than half of other rental housing in the area.Read More


Egypt Embassy Thugs Get Slap on Wrist

By JTA

An Egyptian court sentenced 76 citizens in the September 2011 attack on the Israeli Embassy in Cairo.Read More


Day School in New Zealand Capital Closes

By JTA

The only Jewish day school in New Zealand’s capital city is closing.Read More


Toulouse Killer Had Worldwide Network

By JTA

Mohammed Merah, the killer of four Jews from Toulouse,reportedly had contacted people in 20 countries including Israel before perpetrating the murders.Read More


Boys Arrested in West Bank Taxi Firebombing

By JTA

Three teens were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the firebombing of a Palestinian taxi.Read More


Rocket From Gaza Hits as Israeli Schools Reopen

By JTA

A Kassam rocket fired from Gaza struck Sderot as children returned to school after summer break.Read More


Dutch Holocaust Rescuers Get Digital Archive

By JTA

The government of the Netherlands and Yad Vashem have agreed to digitally archive documents connected to Dutch rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust.Read More


Ron Paul Slams Influence of Neoconservatives

By JTA

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) attacked neoconservative influence in Washington and defended his foreign policy in a packed rally on the eve of the Republican National Convention.Read More





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