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Adelsons Give $6M to Boston Jewish Groups

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Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson, have given $6 million in grants to three Boston Jewish institutions.Read More


Wiesel Snubs Hungary Over Praise for Fascist

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Elie Wiesel has returned Hungary’s highest honor over the country’s honoring of a Nazi sympathizer who has been called a fascist.Read More


Hadassah Sells Headquarters for $71M

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Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, said it has sold its New York headquarters for $71.5 million.Read More


Hamas Fires Rockets Into Israel

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Hamas has claimed responsibility for firing at least three rockets into southern Israel.Read More


Settlers Close to Deal To Leave Willingly

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Government representatives and representatives of residents of the Ulpana neighborhood reportedly are close to a deal under which the families would leave voluntarily.Read More


No Gays in Army, Says Israeli Lawmaker

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An Israeli lawmaker said in an interview that the Israel Defense Forces should stop enlisting homosexuals.Read More


Reconsider Prosecution of Journalist: Press Group

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The International Press Institute has called on Israel’s attorney general to reconsider an indictment against an Israeli investigative reporter for acquiring classified documents.Read More


Tomb of 'Righteous' Pole Is Rededicated

By JTA

The tombstone of a Polish woman who saved a Jewish woman by hiding her in the roof of her barn for two years during the Holocaust was rededicated with a Talmudic inscription.Read More


Jewish Extremists Torch West Bank Mosque

By Haaretz

A mosque in the West Bank village of Jab’a, located south of Ramallah, was set on fire in a suspected “price tag” arson attack early Tuesday morning.Read More


Orthodox Concerns on Obama Birth-Control Plan

By JTA

The Orthodox Union in formal comments expressed its concerns on pending Obama administration regulations mandating employer-sponsored health plans for contraceptives and sterilization.Read More





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