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God Proves Biggest Star of All at Box Office

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Hollywood has embraced God in a big - and lucrative - way.Read More

Did Israel Fire Grenades in Temple Mount Mosque?

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The most senior Islamic cleric in Jerusalem said on Sunday Israeli police hurled stun grenades into al-Aqsa mosque, Islam’s third holiest site, to quell the latest in a string of Palestinian protests at the politically sensitive holy site.Read More

5 Gaza Rockets Mar Passover


Five rockets fired from the Palestinian-run Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel during the Jewish Passover holiday on Monday morning, wounding no one, the Israeli army said.Read More

Israel Asks Bangkok Police To Ramp Up Security for Israeli Tourists


The Israeli Embassy in Bangkok asked local police to provide more security for tourists following a thwarted terrorist attack.Read More

Warsaw Marks Anniversary of Ghetto Uprising


Warsaw residents, including representatives of the Jewish community, marked the 71st anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.Read More

Abbas Threatens To Dismantle Palestinian Authority


Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas threatened to dismantle the P.A., an Israeli newspaper is reporting.Read More

Gambling Son Skips Mother’s Seders in Boca — Wins $1 Million in Poker


A Montreal man skipped both of his mother’s seders to advance in a poker tournament in which he won more than $1 million.Read More

Ukraine Synagogue Firebombed — Attack Caught on Video


The main synagogue in Nikolayev, located in the southeast of Ukraine, reportedly was firebombed.Read More

Egyptian Police Seize Jewish Artifacts Being Smuggled to Belgium


Egyptian police seized a collection of Jewish artifacts from a local port as they were about to be smuggled to Belgium.Read More

Utah Man Pleads Guilty to Firing on Salt Lake City Synagogue


A Utah man pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights crime for firing a gun at a Salt Lake City synagogue in 2012.Read More

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