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Radical Catholic Bishop Fined for Holocaust Denial


A radical British Catholic priest has been fined in Germany on charges of Holocaust denial, which is illegal in the country.Read More

Netanyahu May Move to Center After Vote

By Reuters

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks set to form a new governing coalition after next week’s election, polls show, with the only question being whether he wants to soften its hardline contours.Read More

Rand Paul Softens Stand on Israel Aid Cut


Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said he does not favor immediate cuts to defense assistance to Israel and favors intelligence and development cooperation, but he believes that Israel would ultimately benefit from economic independence from the United States.Read More

N.Y. Jewish Growth Tightly Focused: Study

By Josh Nathan-Kazis

New York’s Jewish community remains highly concentrated, with four distinct areas that would each qualify as one of America’s 20 largest Jewish communities based on their population, a new study reveals.Read More

Jewish Woman Voted Sexiest German Lawmaker


A 25-year-old Jewish woman has been voted Germany’s sexist female politician.Read More

Economy Spurred Jewish Vote for Obama: Poll


he economy was the strongest determinant for Jews who voted for Barack Obama, according to an analysis of polling data.Read More

Israel Clears Tents From E1 Protest Camp

By Reuters

Israeli forces removed Palestinian protest tents on Thursday from land earmarked for Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, having evicted activists from the encampment earlier this week, police said.Read More

Chicago Bears Hire Marc Trestman as Coach

By Reuters

Marc Trestman was appointed head coach of the Chicago Bears on Wednesday in place of Lovie Smith, who was fired at the end of last year after nine seasons in charge.Read More

Hitler Ad Yanked From Turkish Mall


An ad featuring Adolf Hitler placed at a Turkish mall was pulled following complaints by Jewish leaders.Read More

Morsi Says 'Pigs' Remark on Jews Misunderstood

By Reuters

Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi said vitriolic comments he made against Jews and Zionists three years ago had been taken out of context, an explanation that fell short of a U.S. call for him to repudiate the remarks.Read More

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