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Dutch Right-Winger Called 'Dangerous' to Jews

By JTA

The chairman of the Jewish Community of Amsterdam asked a Dutch politician to warn U.S. Jews about a “dangerous” rightist Dutch legislator.Read More


Bibi Distances Self From Abbas Ouster Call

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday distanced himself from the letter penned by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to the Mideast Quartet, which called for the removal of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.Read More


Host Uses Nazi Slogan To Berate Assange's Mother

By JTA

A Melbourne radio host who claims Jewish descent was suspended for one month for shouting “Sieg Heil” three times at the mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.Read More


U.S. Seizes $150M in Hezbollah-Linked Funds

By JTA

U.S. authorities announced the seizure of $150 million allegedly linked to a money-laundering scheme by the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah.Read More


German Rabbi Charged for Performing Circumcisions

By JTA

A rabbi in Bavaria has been slapped with criminal charges of committing bodily harm, in the first known case to arise from an anti-circumcision ruling in May.Read More


600 Join Rabbis for Obama

By JTA

More than 600 rabbis joined a campaign initiative called Rabbis for Obama.Read More


Solution to Circumcision Concerns in Germany?

By JTA

Israel’s chief Ashkenazi rabbi said in Berlin that medical training for mohels, or ritual circumcisers, could resolve concerns in Germany regarding circumcision of male children.Read More


Egyptian Tanks in Sinai First Time Since '73

By JTA

Egypt reportedly is planning to introduce tanks in the Sinai for the first time since the 1973 war with Israel.Read More


Adelsons Donate to PAC Supporting Boteach Campaign

By JTA

Casino mogul and philanthropist Sheldon Adelson and his wife have contributed to an independent super PAC to support the congressional candidacy of Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.Read More


Alleged Auschwitz Guard To Be Tried in Germany

By JTA

Prosecutors in the Bavarian city of Weiden think they have a good chance of bringing an 87-year-old former Auschwitz guard to trial.Read More


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