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Jewish Camp Foundation Wins Big Grant

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The Foundation for Jewish Camp has received a $3.3 million grant for a new program to create jobs for Jewish educators.Read More


Met Halts Loans to Russian Museums as Legal Dispute Rages

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New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art reportedly has canceled plans for an art loan to a Russian museum in the ongoing dispute over a Chasidic archive.Read More


Argentina Rabbi Says Pinto Talked Him Into Shady $1M Apartment Deal

By Tomer Zarchin (Haaretz)

Argentina’s chief rabbi sumbitted a written deposition this week to the Jerusalem District Court saying he was exploited by his son in law, Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto, to launder money through the purchase of a Jerusalem apartment.Read More


Ruth Madoff Will Divorce Ponzi Scam Artist Hubby

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Ruth Madoff will divorce her husband, Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff, in order to reconcile with her son, a Madoff biographer said.Read More


U.S. 'Troubled' by New Settlement Construction

By Haaretz

The United States said on Monday it found reports of fresh Israeli settlement building plans deeply troubling and counterproductive to the U.S. effort to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, Reuters reported.Read More


Family of American Contractor Can Sue Over Gaza Death

By JTA

The family of an American contractor killed in the Gaza Strip can sue the Palestinian Authority, a U.S. appeals court ruled.Read More


San Francisco Theater Will Close After 35 Years

By JTA

A 35-year-old Jewish theater in San Francisco will close this year at the end of its new season.Read More


Report: Israel and Hamas Meet To Discuss Gilad Shalit

By Avi Issacharoff (Haaretz)

Israeli and Hamas officials are due to meet in Cairo on Monday for a second round of indirect talks aimed at securing a deal on abducted Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Shalit, the London-based Arab daily Al-Hayat reported.Read More


American Aid Worker Kidnapped in Pakistan

By JTA

An American citizen working on an aid development project was kidnapped from his home in Pakistan.Read More


Hoopster Casspi Returns to Israel for NBA Lockout

By JTA

Omri Casspi has negotiated a contract to play with his former Israeli basketball team during the NBA lockout, the team’s coach said.Read More





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