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Dutch Town Backs Down on Holocaust Memorial

By JTA

Following protests, the Dutch town of Geffen will not display the names of German Wehrmacht soldiers along with Jewish Holocaust victims on a new monument.Read More


Twitter Blocks German Neo-Nazis' Account

By Reuters

Twitter has blocked messages in Germany from a group banned by local authorities over right-wing extremism, using its powers to withhold content in one specific country for the first time.Read More


Judge Blocks Circumcision Rite Form for Now

By JTA

A temporary restraining order against New York delayed the start of a new informed consent requirement for a controversial circumcision rite.Read More


Dutch Rabbi Objects to Nazis in Monument

By JTA

A Dutch rabbi has demanded that the names of his relatives be removed from a monument which commemorates Jewish Holocaust victims along with German soldiers who died in World War II.Read More


Palestinians Hold Local Elections in West Bank

By Reuters

Palestinians in the West Bank go to the polls on Saturday in long-delayed municipal elections that have already highlighted deep divisions in the occupied territory and stoked complaints about a lack of leadership.Read More


'Superman' Creator's Heirs Lose Suit to Comics Giant

By JTA

The heirs of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster do not have the right to reclaim copyrights to the popular character, a federal judge ruled.Read More


One Third of Israelis at Risk of Poverty

By JTA

One-third of Israelis are at risk of poverty, a new report shows.Read More


Netanyahu Backs Parts of 'No Occupation' Report

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will ask his Cabinet to approve some of the conclusions of a report that says that West Bank settlements are legal under international law.Read More


Hadassah Hospital Unveils 19-Story Tower

By JTA

A state-of-the-art, 19-floor tower was dedicated at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.Read More


Michael Bloomberg Gives $10M to Moderates

By Reuters

New York City’s billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, said on Tuesday he would commit at least $10 million ahead of the Nov. 6 election to support moderate candidates who share his support for gun control, same-sex marriage and education reform.Read More


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