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“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."
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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.
Star-K for years has kept a list of the drinks prepared at Starbucks that it called “kosher friendly.”
Sarah Silverman’s “I Love You, America,” in which the Jewish comedian mashes a nontraditional talk show format with videos of her interviewing Americans across the country, got a nod.
The BDS entities were, according to legal experts, in violation of France's anti-discrimination Lellouche Law, which bans discrimination based on national origin.
It is unclear why the police confused the victim with the suspect.
Jews and non-Jews have lived “harmoniously” in Ste-Agathe for a century, claims Deputh Mayor.
A criminal court in the Dutch capital gave Saleh Ali, who attacked the HaCarmel restaurant in December while waving a Palestinian flag, a 4-month suspended sentence.
Velayati is among special envoys that Iran is sending to various countries in response to the US withdrawal earlier this year from the 2015 nuclear deal.
The president of the CRIF umbrella of French Jewish communities protested the court’s decision.
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
"The consternation we feel following such a cowardly desecration is only compounded by the fact that this is not an isolated incident."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Istvan Toth saved hundreds of Jewish lives during the Holocaust.
By YVETTE DEANE
“Dancers have to take a stand, no excuse for stealing land,” chanted BDS activists.
The Gang killed eight Turks, a Greek man and a German policewoman.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
In Sweden, Muslim extremism and the far right are part of a broader set of challenges to Jewish communal life.
By CURT SCHLEIER/JTA
“93Queen,” Orthodox filmmaker Paula Eiselt’s big-screen debut, documents one woman’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
Within an hour of the announcement, the National Council of Jewish Women released a statement that said it was “incensed” by the choice and helped organize an opposition rally.
The recognition means that Jews there “shall get benefits of welfare schemes formulated for religious minority communities"
Director claims the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) campaign against Israel is not antisemitic but merely fights for the “right of Palestine to exist.”
By SARAH LEVI
In addition, monthly pension payments to some 55,000 Holocaust survivors will increase by 53.6% over the next three years, from $411 to $633.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
The sign outside the Hillel building was found to have "Free Palestine you F***s!" and "F*** you" written in black marker.
By AMY SPIRO
1543 note expected to be sold for more than $300,000
The Valley Eyewear company shot the photos for the campaign for its Black Zero collection at the Spomenik memorial at the site of the Jasenovac extermination camp, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
“Dick Cheney, is it possible to sign my waterboard kit?” Cohen asks in an Eastern European tone that recalls Borat, his ostensibly Kazakhstani character.
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