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Top Powers Maintain Tough Stance on Iran

By Haaretz

The six powers holding nuclear talks with Iran have no intention of softening their position presented in Baghdad last month, even if this approach scuppers the negotiations, a senior Israeli official said.Read More


Reform and Conservative 'Wreak' Damage: Rabbi

By Haaretz

Sephardic Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar wants to scuttle the state’s plan to recognize some Reform and Conservative rabbis and pay them with public funds.Read More


Alan Gross in 'Normal' Health: Cuba

By JTA

Jailed Jewish American contractor Alan Gross is in “normal” health and is being treated for his chronic conditions, the Cuban government said in a statement.Read More


Neo-Nazis Helped Carry Out Munich Massacre

By JTA

German neo-Nazis helped the Palestinian Black September group kill 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, according to German documents.Read More


Germans Seek To Take Mystery From 'Mein Kampf'

By JTA

Does “Mein Kampf” belong in German high schools?Read More


Hebrew National Accused of Being Unkosher

By JTA

A lawsuit filed against Hebrew National alleged that its hot dogs and other products are not actually kosher.Read More


Rockets Fired From Sinai Hit S. Israel

By JTA

Two long-range Grad missiles that landed in southern Israel likely were fired from Egypt’s Sinai.Read More


Hasidic Police Cadet Sues Over Beard Order

By JTA

A Hasidic police cadet who said he was fired from the New York Police Department because he would not trim his beard has sued to get his job back.Read More


Rabbi Unhappy With Dutch Kosher Slaughter Deal

By JTA

Shortly after approving a deal which allows kosher slaughter in the Netherlands, the chief rabbi of Amsterdam called the agreement “flawed” and warned it could ultimately eliminate the practice.Read More


Israel Starts Deportations of African Immigrants

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister announced that a planeload of illegal migrants would be returned to South Sudan, and he called the repatriation “orderly and dignified.”Read More





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