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Obama Names 7 to Holocaust Council


President Obama named or renamed seven members of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, all donors to Democrats and including representatives from the entertainment, social media and human rights sectors, as well as a past AIPAC president.Read More

Expert: Study Overhyped N.Y. Orthodox Population


A leading Jewish demographer is disputing the findings of a recent widely cited survey on New York Jewry.Read More

Jewish Museum Exhibits Rare Medieval Manuscripts


The Jewish Museum in New York is opening an exhibit featuring medieval religious manuscripts, many on display for the first time.Read More

Slovak Jews Want Captured Nazi Deported for Trial


Slovakian Jewish leaders have called on Hungary to extradite an alleged Holocaust war criminal.Read More

Amid Syria Chaos, Israelis Seek Gas Masks


Israeli gas mask kit distribution centers are facing increased demand in response to fighting in Syria.Read More

Survivors Plan March To Back African Immigrants


Holocaust survivors in Israel will lead a march in support of African migrants.Read More

Munich Moment of Silence Push Gains Steam

By Haaretz

The campaign to observe a minute on silence to commemorate 40 years since the murder of eleven Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, at the Olympic opening ceremony in London on Friday is attracting unprecedented levels of support including that of United States President Barack Obama and the mayor of the host city, Boris Johnson.Read More

Clinton: Vigilance Needed in Anti-Semitism Fight


U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that Holocaust denial and Israel criticism that crosses into anti-Semitism require vigilance.Read More

U.S. Military Doctors Continue Circumcisions


U.S. military doctors stationed in Germany will continue to perform circumcisions despite a ruling that has roiled the country’s medical and political establishments.Read More

Romney: Israel Deserves Better Than Obama

By Haaretz

People of Israel deserve better diplomatic protection than that they have been receiving from the United States under President Barack Obama, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said in an address on Tuesday.Read More

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