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Connecticut Condo Reverses Mezuzah Ban

By JTA

A Connecticut condominium association has reversed its decision to prohibit mezuzahs on the doorposts of residents’ apartments.Read More


Jewish Settlers Evicted From Hebron Home

By JTA

Jewish settlers were evicted from a home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.Read More


Ethiopian Immigrants Ready for First Seders

By JTA

Ethiopian immigrants to Israel held model seders in absorption centers throughout the country in preparation for their first Passover in Israel.Read More


New York Raises Security Level for Passover

By JTA

The New York Police Department is increasing its security at synagogues and Jewish sites for Passover.Read More


Call for Probe of Brooklyn 'Discrimination'

By JTA

Twenty elected officials are demanding an investigation into allegations that female Jewish faculty and other academics suffered discrimination at Brooklyn College.Read More


Hebron Settlers Defy Order To Leave

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu requested a delay in the eviction of Jewish settlers who moved into an Arab-owned home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.Read More


Obama Pays Tribute to Late Rebbe Schneerson

By JTA

President Obama underlined the accomplishments of the late Lubavitcher rebbe in his proclamation of Education and Sharing Day.Read More


Bibi: We Will Strike Those Who Threaten Us

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a press conference on Tuesday to mark three years since his coalition took office.Read More


ICC Prosecutor: No Gaza War Crimes Case

By JTA

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at The Hague said the court cannot open an investigation into cases related to the 2008-09 Gaza war because Palestine is not a state.Read More


Right-Wing Minister Backs Hebron Settlers

By JTA

Jewish settlers who took over a house in Hebron’s Arab area should be allowed to stay, a top Israel minister said on Tuesday, adding that similar actions, as long as they are done through the proper legal channels, should be encouraged.Read More


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