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Kissinger Calls for Release of Pollard

By JTA

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has called for the release of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard.Read More


Jewish Student Suing UC Berkeley for Civil Rights Infringement

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A student has brought a federal civil rights lawsuit against the University of California, Berkeley, saying the university did not protect her from being attacked because she is Jewish.Read More


Israel's British Ambassador Will Represent Jewish State at U.N.

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Ron Prosor, Israel’s ambassador to Britain, has been appointed as the Jewish state’s ambassador to the United Nations.Read More


To Break Deadlock, Bibi Expected To Present New Peace Initiative

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected in the coming weeks to put forward a peace initiative in a bid to break through the deadlock in the peace process and extricate Israel from international isolation.Read More


Pope Wins Praise for Repudiating Jewish Guilt for Jesus's Death

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Jewish organizations are hailing Pope Benedict XVI’s unequivocal repudiation of the claim that the Jewish people can be held forever responsible for the death of Jesus.Read More


Obama: Israelis Should Soul-Search About Making Peace

By Ben Harris (JTA)

President Obama reportedly urged Jewish communal leaders to speak to their friends and colleagues in Israel and to “search your souls” over Israel’s seriousness about making peace.Read More


Report: WikiLeaks Founder Assange Talks of 'Jewish Conspiracy' Against Him

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange accused British journalists of a “Jewish conspiracy” against him, according to a report in a British magazine.Read More


Oscar Win Sheds Light on the Children of Israel's Migrant Workers

By Gili Cohen and Nirit Anderman (Haaretz)

The documentary film “Strangers No More,” about a Tel Aviv elementary school, won an Oscar on Sunday for Best Documentary Short Subject. The film tells the tale of children from 48 different countries who attend the Bialik-Rogozin School in south Tel Aviv.Read More


Iran Protests Olympics Logo, Saying It Spells 'Zion'

By JTA

Iran is protesting the logo for the 2012 Olympic Games, saying it spells the word “Zion.”Read More


ADL: Charlie Sheen's Rant 'Borderline Anti-Semitism'

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Actor Charlie Sheen’s rant against the executive producer of his hit TV sitcom is “borderline anti-Semitism,” the Anti-Defamation League’s Abraham Foxman said.Read More





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