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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


Officials: Right-Wing Groups Help IDF Monitor Media

By Haaretz

The government and military have unofficially outsourced some of their intelligence work to private organizations that monitor anti-Israel incitement in the Palestinian media and are associated with right-wing politics, according to several high-ranking government and military sources.Read More


Bill Clinton Wins Arkansas Jewish Honor

By JTA

President Bill Clinton will receive the Tikkun Olam Lifetime Achievement Award of the Jewish Federation of Arkansas.Read More


Synagogue Asks Mel Gibson for Donation

By JTA

A California synagogue asked movie star Mel Gibson for a donation, suggesting it would remedy his reputation regarding Jews.Read More


Jewish Center Gets Gift for Rare Books

By JTA

A $2.5 million gift from the David Berg Foundation will be used to establish a rare books room at the Center for Jewish History in New York.Read More


Medical Marijuana a Success in Israel

By Haaretz

More than two-thirds of cancer patients who were prescribed medical marijuana to combat pain are reportedly satisfied with the treatment, according to a comprehensive study conducted for the first time in Israel.Read More


Bibi Won't Extend Haredi Service Exemption

By Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a Likud faction meeting Monday that the Tal Law, which allows ultra-Orthodox citizens to defer military service, will not be extended by the government but rather go to a vote in the Knesset.Read More


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