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Israeli Arab Barred From Running in Election


srael’s Central Elections Committee voted to disqualify Arab lawmaker Hanin Zoabi from next month’s elections but voted to allow two Arab parties to run.Read More

Toulouse Killer's Sister Questioned About Praise


The sister of Mohammed Merah reportedly has been summoned to a Toulouse police station for questioning on her praise for her late brother’s actions in March when he murdered four Jews.Read More

Judge Hears Arguments on Metzitzah Mandate


A federal judge heard oral arguments in a case that would require parents to sign a consent form before a controversial circumcision rite can be performed.Read More

More Newtown Funerals Loom as Gun Debate Rages

By Reuters

Six more victims of the Newtown school shooting will be honored at funerals and remembrances on Wednesday, including the school principal who was killed with 20 of her students and five other staff members at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.Read More

Strauss-Kahn Must Face Pimp Case in France

By Reuters

A French court on Wednesday rejected a request by former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn to drop a sex offence inquiry in which he risks standing trial on pimping charges, his lawyers said.Read More

Jews Older Than Members of Other Faiths

By Reuters

There are 14 million Jews worldwide, or a paltry .4% of the global population. And Jews are among the oldest major faiths with an average age of 36.Read More

Richard Falk Bounced From Rights Group


Human Rights Watch has removed Richard Falk, United Nations special rapporteur on Palestinian human rights, from one of its local committees.Read More

Pro-Israel Groups Push Against Chuck Hagel

By Reuters

Pro-Israel groups, neoconservatives and even some former colleagues on Capitol Hill are confronting President Barack Obama with a growing backlash against Chuck Hagel, the ex-Republican senator tipped as his leading candidate for defense secretary.Read More

Noah Pozner's Twin Sister Draws Smile Amid Grief

By Forward Staff

After losing her twin brother in the Newtown rampage, little Arielle Pozner drew a picture of her mother with a smile on her face and handed it to President Obama.Read More

Jewish Schools Ramp Up Security After Newtown


From Connecticut to Florida and beyond, Jewish schools are rethinking security measures after the shooting spree that killed 20 children in Newtown.Read More

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