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African Couple Hurt in Jerusalem Arson Attack


Two African migrants were injured after a fire was allegedly set at the entrance to their Jerusalem apartment.Read More

Democratic Council Yanks Sheldon Adelson Petition


The National Jewish Democratic Council, citing peace among Jewish groups, has taken down a petition calling on Republicans not to accept money from Sheldon Adelson.Read More

Berthe Meijer, 'After Anne Frank' Author, Dies


Dutch Jewish author Berthe Meijer, who grew up in Anne Frank’s neighborhood and was imprisoned in Bergen-Belsen at the same time, has died.Read More

AIPAC Uses Instability in Egypt as Pitch


AIPAC cited “lawlessness” in Egypt and the country’s election of an Islamist president in its latest fundraising appeal.Read More

Episcopal Church Calls for Two-State Solution


The U.S.-based Episcopal Church adopted a resolution at its General Convention Assembly calling for “a negotiated two-state solution” and “positive investment” as responses to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.Read More

Roseanne Barr Run Nixed by Green Party

By Blair Thornburgh

Roseanne Barr, the Emmy-winning comedienne, Kabbalist, and self-proclaimed “People-ist” will not be appearing on the Green Party’s ballot this coming election, ABC News reports.Read More

Slain Terrorist Plotted Attack on London Jews


Documents detailing a plot to attack Jewish neighborhoods in London were found on the body of an African leader of al-Qaida.Read More

Tel Aviv Mayor Makes World's Best List

By Haaretz

Mayor of Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai, may have lost (temporarily?) the support of his more radical and liberal constituents, following the heavy-handed way his municipal inspectors treated the new wave of social protestors in recent weeks, but at least on the pages of the Monocle, the international jet-set’s style bible, he is still one of the most inspiring city leaders on the globe.Read More

Romney Plans Fundraiser in Israel


The Romney campaign has invited donors to a fundraiser in Israel.Read More

Jewish Leaders Join Minimum Wage Campaign

By Simi Lampert

Jewish clergy joined religious leaders of several faiths at a breakfast meeting to discuss the need for a higher minimum wage in New York.Read More

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