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Gay Israeli Couple Gets Civil Divorce


A gay Israeli couple was granted a divorce by an Israeli family court.Read More

Britain and France May Protest 'E1' Settlements

By Reuters

Britain and France on Monday weighed measures against Israel to protest at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to expand settlement building after the United Nations’ de facto recognition of Palestinian statehood.Read More

Harvard Students Get Bogus 'No Jews' Notices


Invitations to a fictitious club saying “Jews need not apply” were slipped under the doors of students living in the Harvard University dormitories.Read More

Little East Europe Progress on Nazi-Looted Property


Polish leaders repeatedly have reneged on promises to enact a restitution law to compensate for the billions of dollars in property stolen from Jews and non-Jews during and after the Holocaust.Read More

World Court To Mull 'Implications' of U.N. Statehood


Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court said following the U.N. General Assembly vote to upgrade the Palestinians’ status that the court “will consider the legal implications of this resolution.”Read More

Israel Must Explain Gaza Strike on Media: Watchdog

By Forward Staff

A respected journalism watchdog group has demanded that Israel explain why it targeted journalists and buildings housing media during the recent conflict in Gaza.Read More

Rally Denounces Hungary 'Jewish List' Party


Around 10,000 Hungarians protested on Sunday against the far-right opposition Jobbik party, after one of its lawmakers triggered outrage and memories of Nazism by calling for lists of Jews to be drawn up.Read More

Joyous Crowds Welcome Abbas After U.N. Win

By Reuters

Crowds welcomed President Mahmoud Abbas back to the West Bank on Sunday and celebrated the United Nations General Assembly’s de facto recognition of Palestinian statehood.Read More

Finnish Pol Defends 'Jewish Control' Comment


Finnish lawmaker Pertti Salolainen reportedly dismissed criticism of his references to “Jewish control” over U.S. politics as “a pure analysis of foreign policy.”Read More

Poland: Animal Welfare Laws Bar Kosher Slaughter


Poland may need to changes its laws on animal welfare to preserve ritual slaughter there, the country’s Ministry of Agriculture said.Read More

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