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Romney Blows Out Gingrich in Florida

By Forward Staff

Mitt Romney thumped Newt Gingrich in the Florida Republican primary after a bitter battle in which both men attacked one another with negative advertising.Read More


Adelsons Deny Pushing Las Vegas Poll Switch

By JTA

Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has denied involvement in the decision to hold a special Republican caucus in a Nevada county to accommodate Sabbath-observant Jewish voters.Read More


Suspect Confesses in N.J. Synagogue Attacks

By JTA

The 19-year-old man charged in attacks on two northern New Jersey synagogues confessed to the crimes, prosecutors said.Read More


Prisoner Freed in Shalit Swap Arrested Again

By Haaretz

The Israel Defense Forces arrested Mamun Ismyail Salame Stut, a Palestinian man who was released from Israeli prison in October as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal.Read More


Bibi Holds Live Facebook Chat With Arabs

By JTA

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a live Facebook chat with web surfers from the Arab world.Read More


Low Turnout in Netanyahu Party Primary

By Haaretz

Turnout for the Likud party’s primary elections was unusually low on Tuesday. By mid-afternoon, only 14 percent of eligible voters had cast their ballot to elect a new party leader and central committee.Read More


Ahmadinejad Branded Chief Holocaust Denier

By JTA

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the “Holocaust denier-in-chief,” American Jewish Committee Executive Director David Harris in Greece.Read More


Jewish Groups Will Cut Emissions by 14%

By JTA

A Jewish environmental group persuaded 33 Jewish organizational leaders to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 14 percent within three years.Read More


Austrian Politician Says Far-Rightists Are the 'New Jews'

By Forward Staff

A prominent Austrian politician has reportedly referred to members of his far-right Freedom Party as “the new Jews.”Read More


New Sanctions Bill Targets Iran's Energy Sector

By JTA and Forward Staff

Iran offered to extend a visit by nuclear inspectors.Read More


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