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Jimmy Carter Bemoans Fading Hopes for Peace

By JTA

Former President Jimmy Carter said in Jerusalem that Israel and the Palestinians have reached a “crisis stage” and that a two-state solution is “vanishing.”Read More


Flash Mob Calls for Israel Religious Tolerance

By JTA

More than 2,500 people signed up to participate in a global Shema flash mob as part of a campaign to promote religious pluralism in Israel.Read More


Judge OK's Use of Albert Einstein's Image

By JTA

A lawsuit by Hebrew University challenging the right of General Motors to use the image of Albert Einstein in an advertisement was dismissed in a U.S. court.Read More


Debate Offers Opening to Romney With Jews

By Reuters

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may see tonight’s debate as his best chance to reach Jewish voters with a message that President Obama’s policies are wrong for Israel.Read More


French Users Flood Twitter With Anti-Semitic Tweets

By JTA

Hundreds of French Twitter users wrote the phrase “a dead Jew” on Twitter after the company removed some anti-Semitic content.Read More


Liberal Jews Galvanized by Wailing Wall Arrest

By JTA

Last week’s episode was hardly the first time Israeli police stopped activist Anat Hoffman while she was leading a women’s prayer service at the Western Wall in violation of Israeli law.Read More


Oldest Ex-Auschwitz Prisoner Dies at 108

By JTA

The oldest known former prisoner of Auschwitz reportedly has died at the age of 108.Read More


Extremist Settlers Torch Palestinian Taxi

By JTA

A Palestinian taxi was set on fire in a West Bank village near Hebron.Read More


Antagonism to Israel Fuels Norway Anti-Semitism

By JTA

The international security organization OSCE has warned that anti-Israel attitudes in Norway may be fuelling anti-Semitism there.Read More


Vandals Strike Jewish Cemetery in Hartford

By JTA

Unknown vandals overturned about 40 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Hartford, Conn.Read More


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