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Top Court Orders Illegal Outpost Demolished

By Haaretz

Rejecting a state appeal, the High Court of Justice ordered on Monday the demolition of illegally-built structures in the Ulpana neighborhood.Read More


Jewish Reaction Mixed to Hollande's Victory

By JTA

Jewish reaction was mixed to the election of the Socialist Party’s Francois Hollande as the president of France.Read More


Greek Jews Worry Over Rise of Neo-Fascists

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Jewish leaders in Greece expressed concern and disappointment after the fascist Golden Dawn party was poised to enter the Greek parliament for the first time.Read More


Jewish Hostage Pleads With Obama for Help

By Forward Staff

Kidnapped American Warren Weinstein pleads on a new video for President Barack Obama to meet the demands of his Al Qaeda captors, saying ‘my life is in your hands.’Read More


Spielbergs Honor Patriarch of Family

By JTA

The Spielberg clan has honored one of its own – not filmmaker Steven or one of his three sisters, but family patriarch Arnold Meyer Spielberg.Read More


Delmon Young Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Brawl

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Delmon Young, the Detroit Tigers outfielder arrested in New York for allegedly attacking a group of men and making anti-Semitic remarks, apologized for his actions after a week-long suspension was lifted.Read More


Mila Kunis Feared Anti-Semitic Persecution

By JTA

Actress Mila Kunis said she had to hide her Jewishness as a youngster in Ukraine and was miserable during her early years in the United States.Read More


Moshe Kagan, Labor Zionist Leader, Dies at 92

By JTA

Moshe Kagan, a passionate labor Zionist and longtime board member of the Claims Conference, has died.Read More


Israeli Elections Slated for September 4

By JTA

Israel’s Cabinet agreed to hold early elections for the 19th Knesset on September 4.Read More


Gross Vows He'd Return To Cuba From Furlough

By JTA

Alan Gross pledged to return to Cuba should the government release him to visit his ailing mother.Read More





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