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Israel Puts Troops on Alert for Passover

By Haaretz

Israel placed its forces on high alert Friday, ahead of the week-long Passover festival which begins at sunset, and Easter celebrations in Jerusalem.Read More


Brooklyn Profs Say Provost Is No Anti-Semite

Brooklyn College faculty members defended their school’s provost from allegations that he discriminated against Jewish candidates for academic jobs and promotions.Read More


Israeli Army Boss Vows To Hunt Terrorists

By Haaretz

IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz warned Thursday that Israel will ultimately find any terrorist that tries to launch attacks on Israeli citizens or the Jewish people.Read More


Netanyahu Slams Gunter Grass for Poem

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday harshly condemned the poem published by German Nobel laureate Guenter Grass in which he said that Israel’s nuclear program, not Iran’s, is a threat to world peace.Read More


Anne Frank Group Must Pay for Tree

By JTA

The foundation established to preserve Anne Frank’s famous chestnut tree must pay for its removal and storage, a Dutch court ruled.Read More


Anne Frank Foundation Must Pay for Famed Tree

By JTA

The foundation established to preserve Anne Frank’s famous chestnut tree must pay for its removal and storage, a Dutch court ruled.Read More


Lithuania Will Compensate Jewish Victims

By JTA

The Lithuanian government has created a fund to compensate Jews for property confiscated during the Nazi and Soviet nationalist eras.Read More


Report: Demjanjuk Secretly Buried in U.S.

Convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk was secretly buried in the United States on March 31, the Ukrainian News reported on Wednesday. The report quoted Rostyslav Novozhenets, deputy head of the Ukrainian Republican Party, saying he heard the news from Demjanjuk’s son, John Demjanjuk Jr., who sent him an email describing the place of burial.Read More


Long-Range Rocket Hits Eilat

By JTA

A long-range Grad rocket fired from Egypt hit a near a residential area in Eilat.Read More


Brooklyn D.A. Can Keep Abuse Files Secret

By Paul Berger

A court declined to force Brooklyn’s District Attorney to release a trove of documents related to an Orthodox alleged child molester, for now.Read More


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