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Napolitano Meets With Federations on Security

By JTA

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

By JTA

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

By JTA

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


Conservatives Cut Funds for Campus Group

By JTA

The Conservative movement has reduced funding for its college campus organization, and expects Koach supporters to come up with the remaining requested money, according to United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism’s executive vice president.Read More


Bioethicist Peter Singer Wins Top Aussie Honor

By JTA

Peter Singer, a U.S.-based philosopher and ethicist, was awarded Australia’s highest honor.Read More


Bibi Pulls Muscle in Soccer Match

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu injured his leg during a soccer match with Jewish and Arab youth.Read More


Forbes Ranks Richest Rabbis in Israel

By Haaretz

Descendents of Rabbi Israel Abuhatzeira, or “the Baba Sali,” a renowned Kabbalist who immigrated to Israel from Morroco and founded his court in Netivot, are known as righteous men, knowledgeable in Kabbalah, and miracle workers – though it is possible that theirmiracle is accumulating bills and coins.Read More


Brooklyn Jewish 'Hooker' Living in Israel

By Forward Staff

The Jewish woman whose half-baked prostitution claim sent four Brooklyn men to jail is doing fine in Israel, the Daily News reported.Read More


Iran Blocks Watchdogs From Nuclear Site

By JTA

Iran will not allow the United Nations nuclear watchdog to visit Iran’s Parchin military complex, accusing inspectors of being “Western spies.”Read More





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