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20,000 Gather To Remember Yitzhak Rabin

By JTA

About 20,000 people gathered in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square to pay tribute to the memory of slain Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.Read More


Al Qaeda Boss Lauds Warren Weinstein Kidnap

By Reuters

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri has called on Muslims to kidnap Westerners, join Syria’s rebellion and to ensure Egypt implements sharia, SITE Monitoring reported on Saturday, citing a two-part film posted on Islamist websites.Read More


FDA Approves Israeli Leukemia Drug

By Reuters

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday said it has approved a new leukemia treatment from Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd to be sold under the brand name Synribo.Read More


Jewish Historian Awarded Legion of Honor

By JTA

Eleonora Bergman, a Polish Jewish historian and former director of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, was awarded the French Legion of Honor.Read More


Argentine National Library Cancels Anti-Israel Program

By JTA

The Argentine National Library has canceled its program “The Ethical Trial of the Israeli Occupation and Colonization of Palestine.”Read More


Hamas Brinkmanship Masks Quiet Confidence

By JTA

One of 70-odd rockets fired from Gaza into Israel this week hit a chicken coop, critically wounding two Thai migrant workers, innocent bystanders in a deadly game of brinkmanship.Read More


U.S. Rejects Call for Boycott by UN Rapporteur Falk

By JTA

The Obama administration slammed U.N. special rapporteur Richard Falk’s call for a boycott of private companies that are profiting from the Israeli settlement enterprise.Read More


Israeli Tourist Suffers ‘anti-Semitic abuse’ in Poland

By JTA

An Israeli tourist visiting Poland reportedly filed a complaint with police against a taxi driver for making anti-Semitic remarks.Read More


Anti-Semitic Flyers Distributed in French Town

By JTA

Authorities in the French town of Aix-les-Bains near Lyon reportedly have received numerous complaints about anti-Semitic flyers disseminated in letterboxes.Read More


New Policy for TX Schools in Shabbat Hoops Controversy

Months after initially refusing to reschedule a Friday night game involving an Orthodox school, The Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools has changed its rules to accommodate the religious observances of all its members.Read More


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