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Flash Mob Calls for Israel Religious Tolerance


More than 2,500 people signed up to participate in a global Shema flash mob as part of a campaign to promote religious pluralism in Israel.Read More

Judge OK's Use of Albert Einstein's Image


A lawsuit by Hebrew University challenging the right of General Motors to use the image of Albert Einstein in an advertisement was dismissed in a U.S. court.Read More

Debate Offers Opening to Romney With Jews

By Reuters

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney may see tonight’s debate as his best chance to reach Jewish voters with a message that President Obama’s policies are wrong for Israel.Read More

French Users Flood Twitter With Anti-Semitic Tweets


Hundreds of French Twitter users wrote the phrase “a dead Jew” on Twitter after the company removed some anti-Semitic content.Read More

Liberal Jews Galvanized by Wailing Wall Arrest


Last week’s episode was hardly the first time Israeli police stopped activist Anat Hoffman while she was leading a women’s prayer service at the Western Wall in violation of Israeli law.Read More

Oldest Ex-Auschwitz Prisoner Dies at 108


The oldest known former prisoner of Auschwitz reportedly has died at the age of 108.Read More

Extremist Settlers Torch Palestinian Taxi


A Palestinian taxi was set on fire in a West Bank village near Hebron.Read More

Antagonism to Israel Fuels Norway Anti-Semitism


The international security organization OSCE has warned that anti-Israel attitudes in Norway may be fuelling anti-Semitism there.Read More

Vandals Strike Jewish Cemetery in Hartford


Unknown vandals overturned about 40 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Hartford, Conn.Read More

Crucial Debate May Focus on Libya and Iran

By Reuters

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney face off in front of the cameras for a third and final time in a foreign policy debate likely to focus on Middle East.Read More

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