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Anti-Semitic Chants Cost Soccer Team a Point

By JTA

An Argentine soccer club lost points after a penalty was leveled due to anti-Semitic chants made by its fans.Read More


Haaretz: Meshal Loses Control of Hamas' Military Wing

By Haaretz

Hamas political bureau head Khaled Meshal, who now resides in Qatar, is expected to keep his post after an internal vote by the organization’s leadership later this month. But sources have told Haaretz that Hamas leaders have decided to transfer some of Meshal’s critical areas of authority to the leadership in the Gaza Strip, including control of the organization’s budget and of its military wing.Read More


Jenin Governor Has Fatal Heart Attack Amid Break In

By Haaretz

Jenin District Governor Kadura Musa died on Tuesday night of a heart attack, shortly after armed attackers opened fire on his home.Read More


U.S. Presses U.N. To Delay Settlement Probe

By Haaretz

The Obama administration is trying to delay the establishment of a panel appointed by the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate the issue of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.Read More


Scottish Student Loses Israeli Insult Appeal

By JTA

A university student in Scotland lost his appeal of a racism conviction for insulting a fellow student’s Israeli flag.Read More


Obama Proclaims May as Jewish Heritage Month

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President Obama celebrated the “shared struggle” of Jewish identity in proclaiming Jewish Heritage Month for the month of May.Read More


Anti-Semitism Still Stubbornly High in Canada

By JTA

Stubbornly high levels of anti-Semitic incidents in Canada show a “sustained undercurrent of anti-Jewish bias” in the country, B’nai Brith Canada said.Read More


D.C. College Students Walk Out on Oren

By JTA

A group of protesting students silently walked out of a speech by Israel’s U.S. ambassador, Michael Oren, at George Washington University.Read More


Jewish Leader Stokes Fear of Sarkozy Opponent

By JTA

Richard Prasquier, the president of the CRIF umbrella group of French Jewry, reiterated concerns that a Francois Hollande presidency would boost the anti-Israel left.Read More


Google Sued Over 'Jewish or Not?' Searches

By JTA

A French anti-discrimination group is taking Google to court for offering to search if celebrities are Jewish.Read More





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