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ADL Boycotts Interfaith Meeting Over Israel Letter

By JTA

The Anti-Defamation League withdrew from participating in a national Jewish-Christian interfaith dialogue after church leaders asked Congress to reevaluate U.S. military aid to Israel.Read More


Jewish Agency Hit by Hate on Facebook

By JTA

The Jewish Agency for Israel’s Facebook page was inundated with hundreds of explicitly anti-Israel and anti-Semitic messages.Read More


Billionaire Defends Anti-Obama Memo to Workers

By Reuters

A Florida billionaire has told his employees he could be forced to lay off some of them if U.S. President Barack Obama wins a second term, calling his administration a threat to their jobs.Read More


Germany Battles New Look Neo-Nazis

By Reuters

Germany’s neo-Nazis are hanging up their bomber jackets, unlacing their black leather boots and even grabbing a bite to eat at their local Turkish kebab shop.Read More


Krakow Synagogue Gets Scroll From Italy

By JTA

Krakow’s Progressive Jewish community has received its first Torah scroll, which was donated by a sister community in Milano.Read More


Google Online Institute Highlights Jewish Themes

By JTA

Google introduced a new online historical collection of digitized material, highlighting several Jewish themes, events and institutional partners in its first wave of exhibits.Read More


Paris Family Pelted With Stones in Sukkah

By JTA

Unidentified assailants near Paris wounded a Jewish woman in her sukkah, one of three serious incidents in the last week and indicative of a reported 45 percent increase in anti-Semitic attacks in France in the first half of this year.Read More


Rome Marks Anniversary of Synagogue Bombing

By JTA

Italy’s President Giorgio Napolitano participated in a ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of a terror attack on Rome’s main synagogue that killed a toddler.Read More


Israel Lawmaker Seeks To Block Olmert Run

By JTA

Likud Party lawmaker Tzipi Hotovely reportedly petitioned Israel’s Central Elections Committee to prevent former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert from running for office.Read More


Top Court Challenges Affirmative Action Program

By Reuters

U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday vigorously challenged a University of Texas admissions program that favors some African-American and Hispanic applicants in a case that could determine how universities use affirmative action at campuses nationwide.Read More


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