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Hezbollah Hammered in Fierce Syria Fighting

By Reuters

About 30 Lebanese Hezbollah fighters and 20 Syrian soldiers and militiamen loyal to President Bashar al-Assad have been killed in the fiercest fighting this year in the rebel stronghold of Qusair, Syrian activists said on Monday.Read More

Claims Conference Plans To Respond on Botched Probe Into $57M Holocaust Fraud


Amid calls that the Claims Conference bungled a warning in 2001 about fraud within the organization, conference leaders appointed a committee to “formulate an appropriate course of action.”Read More

Women of Wall Leader's Jerusalem Home Hit by Vicious Graffiti Threats


The Jerusalem home of a long-time board member of the Women of the Wall was spray painted with vicious graffiti.Read More

The Israeli Mobile App That Said No to iPhone

By Johnny Zilber (Haaretz)

When did you last hear of a firm that opted to withdraw its application from Apple? The mobile search engine company Everything.Me is one.Read More

Argentina Ex-Dictator Jorge Rafael Videla Dies in Prison — Blamed for Killing Jews


Former Argentinian dictator Jorge Rafael Videla, who is believed to be responsible for the disappearance of thousands of the country’s Jews, died in prison.Read More

Firestorm Erupts Over Iconic 2000 Video as Palestinian Father Insists Son Died

By Reuters

A Palestinian father whose son was captured on tape being shot in an iconic 2000 video that helped launch the intifada hit back at Israeli claims that the video is a fraud.Read More

Israel Claims Palestinian Boy in Iconic Video Wasn't Actually Shot and Killed


Claims that Israeli troops in 2000 killed the Palestinian boy Mohammed al-Dura are “baseless,” an Israeli government committee concluded.Read More

Hungary Kickboxer Loses Gig Over Nazi Tattoos


A Hungarian martial arts fighter was disinvited from an event in Prague because of his Nazi tattoos, including one reading “death to the Jews.”Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu Vows To Keep High-Tech Arms Away From Hezbollah

By Reuters

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held out the prospect on Sunday of further Israeli strikes inside Syria, pledging to act to prevent advanced weapons from reaching Hezbollah and other militant groups.Read More

Australia Abuse Victim's Brother Tussles With Chabad Rabbi in Synagogue


A senior Australian Orthodox rabbi had his glasses ripped from his face during an altercation inside Chabad’s main synagogue in Melbourne.Read More

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