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Greek Nazis Deny Camps Had Gas Chambers

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The Greek government and Jewish community condemned the leader of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party after he denied there were gas chambers or ovens at Nazi death camps.Read More


Cuba Ready for Talks on Release of Gross

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The Cuban system does not allow for a humanitarian release for jailed American Alan Gross, but authorities there are ready to negotiate his status, a senior Cuban official said.Read More


Minor Clashes Reported on 'Nakba' Day

By Haaretz

Despite heightened security, Nakba Day events have been marked by a relative calm on Tuesday, with Palestinians in the West Bank and Israeli Arabs commemorating what they consider as the disaster of Israel’s formation with modest parades and protests.Read More


Iran Executes Man Convicted of Spying for Israel

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Iran has executed a man convicted of spying for Israel and of assassinating an Iranian nuclear scientist.Read More


Business Leader Nominated To Chair Federations Board

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Michael Siegal of Cleveland has been nominated to chair the board of trustees of the Jewish Federations of North America.Read More


Auction of Safra Jewels Raise $38 Million for Charity

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An auction of jewels belonging to billionaire Lily Safra raised nearly $38 million for charity.Read More


Palestinian Prisoners End Hunger Strike

By Haaretz

Israel Prison Services reported on Monday that Palestinian prisoners have agreed to end their hunger strike. Senior sources within the Palestinian Prisoner’s Club told Haaretz that an agreement was forged between the Israel Prison Services and the prisoners, containing three main chapters concerning administrative detainees, solitary confinement policy, and visits from family members residing in Gaza.Read More


Israel Worried About Possible Iran Deal

By Haaretz

Seven days before the opening of the next round of Iran nuclear talks, the pressure is on, as the media spins every trickle of information leaked about Iran.Read More


Israeli Businesses Counter Boycott Push

By JTA

Israeli businessmen have launched a website to help counter calls to boycott products made in Israel.Read More


Controversial Comic's Gigs Cancelled in Montreal

By JTA

A series of performances in Montreal by a French comedian whose act has included anti-Semitic references has been cancelled.Read More





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