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Hundreds of Israelis March Against Iran War

Hundreds of Israelis marched in Tel Aviv on Saturday to protest against a possible Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.Read More


Rabbi Hawks 'Chametz' Bread to Warren Buffet

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A Nebraska rabbi symbolically sold some leavened bread products to legendary investor Warren Buffet.Read More


Conservatives Refused Scroll for Mixed Service

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An Israeli hotel denied the use of a Torah scroll to a group that intended to use it in a mixed-gender service.Read More


Play About Holocaust Debuts in China

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A play about the 30,000 Jews sheltered by China during the Holocaust premiered in Shanghai.Read More


Valerie Jarrett Will Speak at J Street

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Valerie Jarrett, a top adviser to Barack Obama, is addressing the J Street conference.Read More


Israel Threatens To Quit U.N. Rights Panel

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Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman reportedly said he might recall Israel’s ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Council after the council voted 36-1 to to investigate the effects of Jewish settlements on Palestinians.Read More


Jewish Groups Oppose GOP Budget Plan

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Jewish groups are among dozens of religious denominations and organizations endorsing a “Faithful Budget” in opposition to the Republican budget proposal, which would cut Medicaid spending and disproportionately shift Medicare costs to fixed-income seniors.Read More


Europe Slaps New Sanctions on Assad, Family

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E.U. foreign ministers are slapping new sanctions on the wife of Syrian President Bashar Assad, three other Assad family members, and eight Syrian government ministers, according to reports.Read More


Jerusalem Soccer Fans Beat Arabs in Riot

By Haaretz

Hundreds of supporters of Beitar Jerusalem soccer team assaulted Arab cleaning personnel at the capital’s Malha shopping center on Monday, in what was said to be one of Jerusalem’s biggest-ever ethnic clashes. “It was a mass lynching attempt,” said Mohammed Yusuf, a team leader for Or-Orly cleaning services.Read More


Gender Segregation Spreads to El Al

By Haaretz

El Al passengers are noting a recent phenomenon involving clusters of ultra-Orthodox men approaching female passengers prior to take-off and requesting to switch seats, according to El Al customers and tour operators.Read More





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