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Charles Hynes Meets With Jewish Leaders

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Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes held a closed-door meeting with members of the Jewish community.Read More


Romney Was Distant Figure, Mass. Jews Recall

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Massachusetts Jews recall Mitt Romney as a distant figure. His main interaction came when he pushed for his now-controversial healthcare reform plan.Read More


Israel Protest Leaders Questioned by Police

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Several leaders of last summer’s social protests have been called in for interviews at police stations around the country, in what officials said was an attempt to better prepare its forces for the reprise of demonstrations this summer.Read More


Diva Thrust Into Starring Role at Masada

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An Israeli understudy for the role of Carmen, in the opera being performed at the foot of Masada, was thrust on stage opening night after the star last her voice in the dry desert air.Read More


'No Anti-Semitism' Here, Mayor of Lvov Claims

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center has strongly condemned a statement by the mayor of Lviv, Ukraine, in which he said that in his city “there has never been anti-Semitism and there will never be.”Read More


Congressional Candidate Charles Barron Slammed

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Several current and former New York Jewish elected officials gathered to denounce the congressional candidacy of Charles Barron for his anti-Israel views.Read More


Napolitano Meets With Federations on Security

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Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano met with leaders of the Jewish Federations of North America to discuss partnering with faith-based communities during security threats.Read More


Jews Ask Brazil Leader To Shun Ahmadinejad

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Representatives of Brazil’s Jewish communities urged the country’s president, Dilma Rousseff, not to meet with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his visit to Brazil.Read More


Israelis Get Special Investor Visa Status

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President Obama signed legislation that would that would add Israel to the list of countries eligible for non-immigrant investor visas in the United States.Read More


Envoy: U.S. Suspects Pollard Wasn't Lone Spy

By Haaretz

United States officials suspect that Jonathan Pollard was not the only Israeli spy operating on U.S. grounds, former Israeli ambassador to Washington Itamar Rabinovich said on Monday in an interview with Israel Radio.Read More





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