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Majority in Israel Oppose Unilateral Iran Strike

By JTA

A majority of Israelis oppose a strike by their country on Iran’s nuclear facilities without the United States’ cooperation, a new poll found.Read More


Guide Addresses Same-Sex Weddings

By JTA

A new edition of a user-friendly guide to making a modern Jewish wedding has changed its approach to same-sex weddings.Read More


Mayim Bialik Hurt in Car Crash

By JTA

Actress Mayim Bialik seriously injured her hand in a car accident in Los Angeles.Read More


Three Israel Universities Make Top 100 List

By JTA

Three Israeli universities have ranked in the top 100 universities worldwide in a prestigious annual ranking of the world’s universities.Read More


Anne Frank Letter May Fetch $30K at Auction

By Haaretz

A letter written by Anne Frank’s father appealing for help in getting his family out of Nazi-occupied Holland will be one of hundreds of items associated with the Frank family that will be put up for auction this fall.Read More


400 Israelis Petition PIlots To Spurn Iran Attack

By Haaretz

More than 400 Israelis, including Tel Aviv University law professors Menachem Mautner and Chaim Gans, have recently signed an online petition calling on Israel Defense Forces pilots to refuse to obey if ordered to bomb Iran.Read More


Paul Ryan Meets With Sheldon Adelson

By JTA

Paul Ryan met with Sheldon Adelson, a major giver to Republicans in the effort to defeat President Obama, just days after being tapped by presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney as his running mate.Read More


Extremists Confront Rabin's Granddaughter

By JTA

Extreme right-wing activists clashed with the granddaughter of assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin at the end of an event marking the 20th anniversary of the second Rabin government.Read More


Hungary's Far Right Complain Over Nazi Hunter

By JTA

The vice president of Hungary’s ultranationalist Jobbik Party filed a complaint with police against Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff for making “false statements.”Read More


Demjanjuk's Estate Files New Citizenship Appeal

By JTA

The estate of convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk again has asked an appeals court to help posthumously restore his U.S. citizenship.Read More


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