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By SAM SOKOL/JTA
Last year, the State Department told JTA that it would return the Iraqi Jewish Archive in September 2018.
The glass doors of Michael Danby’s storefront headquarters in Melbourne on Saturday evening were plastered with stickers accusing the pro-Israel member of parliament of being “silent on apartheid”.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
“Mark Zuckerberg is wrong. Holocaust deniers only come in two flavors-those who don’t want to believe there was an Auschwitz and those who want to finish the job," said Rabbi Abraham Cooper.
“Jewish citizens have been excluded from certain clubs or neighborhoods, and they have been denied jobs and other opportunities based on the fact that they were Jewish."
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
In her position as the newly installed rabbi of West End Synagogue, a Reconstructionist congregation on the Upper West Side, Kennebrae aims to challenge notions of what a Jew looks like.
Klaus Schneeberger, the regional leader of ruling Austrian People’s Party of Chancellor Kurz, said, “Of course, nobody will have to register to buy kosher meat. There will be no such thing."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Begin, a resident of Drohobych, married Aliza Arnold in the synagogue shortly before the Second World War in 1939.
By OREN OPPENHEIM,ROCKY BAIER
A pharmaceutical company has applied for approval from the US Food and Drug Administration to market their new drug under a name derived from the Torah.
By JEREMY SHARON
The guidelines are mostly taken from the widely accepted International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definitions, but omit four critical clauses.
Joined by local state lawmaker Gabrielle Upton, Jack and his grandfather quickly learned the rudiments of challah-making from Rebbetzin Laya Slavin.
They admitted to the attempted theft and each was fined 1,500 zloty, or about $400, and given a suspended jail sentence of one year, the Frenchnews agency AFP reported.
The Polish association Never Again, which monitors hate crimes and speech in Poland, wrote in a statement that the honoring of Makowski is astounding.
The democratic candidate on Saturday said: "I absolutely believe in Israel's right to exist" but now says she is "speaking to activists."
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
German media in the German city of Dusseldorf reported that some ten men of "north African or Mediterranean" appearance pushed the young Jewish man, causing painful injuries.
Labour party formally adopts its own controversial guidelines but says it will be ‘reopened’ for review with Jewish community
By AMY SPIRO
'On the Basis of Sex' to hit theaters this Christmas.
In a rare united position, rabbis ranging from ultra-progressive to haredi Orthodox signed on to the letter.
The project, so called because there are 929 chapters of the Hebrew Bible, provides study tools for one chapter of the Bible every day for five days a week.
The actress's new PETA video spotlights the Yiddish writer's animal activism.
The brainchild of a 39-year-old Brooklyn businessman, Wrapp hit app stores last month. It already has signed up more than 4,500 providers.
Hidde J. van Koningsveld, chairman of the CiJo student group, complained to police about the alleged altercation with writer Paul Mason.
IfNotNow participants state that they knew they could not go to east Jerusalem with Birthright, so were leaving the group to do so.
By OREN OPPENHEIM
“Working directly with the company we were able to expand the list of kosher items to include frappuccinos, mocha and caramel sauce, among other things."
Iran and North Korea aim to circumvent embargoes
Police said the state attorney’s office would decide whether to add hate crime charges to the first-degree attempted arson charges.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
By REUTERS, JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By HERB KEINON, MICHAEL WILNER
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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