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The suspect said, “I’m bipolar. I wanted to kill the kid.”
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An unidentified group has drawn a picture of Adolf Hitler near the grave. A suspect has been arrested, with the maximum sentence possible being 5 years in prison
By ROSSELLA TERCATIN
According to German authorities, only the attacker's poor aim and the poor quality of his homemade firearms saved nine other people he fired at during his half-hour rampage.
A survey of 2,500 Germans by research institute forsa showed 11% support for AfD on Thursday, down from 13% at the beginning of the week.
By TAMAR BEERI
Na'ama Issachar was arrested and sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for carrying nine grams of marijuana on her connection flight through Russia.
The initiative is part of an effort to make the material available to the public
By BEN SALES/JTA
“It sounded like they were wealthy, and I didn’t know all this matter that came out afterward,” Joseph Frager, Young Israel’s first vice president, said.
By AARON FREEDMAN/JTA
For as much as Sanders seems alien to many of the shul-going, institutionally affiliated older Jewish Americans, he is deeply representative of the silent majority.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Accusing Israel of crimes in a process of psychological projection, in order to purge pathological guilt associated with the Holocaust, has a long, unsavory history
in post-Holocaust Germany.
By JONATHAN PORATH
Dateline: Warsaw 1968
Issachar, a 25-year-old Israeli-American, was arrested in April during a connection flight in Russia with nine grams of marijuana on her person.
By MARCUS GILBAN/JTA
More than 3,000 donors contributed Oct. 5-7 to assists students from the 15 Jewish schools in Sao Paulo.
"The recent terrorist aggression on the Halle synagogue... should sound the alarm loud and clear throughout Europe,” Isaac Herzog said.
AB-1548, partially catalyzed by the deadly Poway synagogue shooting in April, establishes a fund that provides up to $200,000 for security measures to protect “high risk” nonprofits.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Saddleridge Fire, which began on Thursday and is only 13% contained, is but one of several blazes raging in Southern California.
By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
I was very scared in the beginning. It was like, “Oh, $25,000 chips!” But now it’s just a chip. It’s the people — I love when they come back and they look for me.
The alleged shooter, Stephan Balliet, claims he is not a Neo-Nazi.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
“The Israeli public openly admits to not knowing enough about the American Jewish community and its organizations,” said Ruderman Family Foundation president Jay Ruderman.
“Halle, Christchurch, Poway and Pittsburgh did not happen in a vacuum, and these attacks share important elements," said ADL CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt.
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“We were also moved by the show of strength and solidarity throughout Germany and would like to bring this spirit of unity to Brussels, to say no to hate and fear together, in the heart of the EU"
40-year-old Jana Lange and 20-year-old Kevin S. were identified as the victims. Kevin's mother said the attacker murdered him in cold blood as Kevin was begging for his life.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
An unidentified man was seen rummaging through the backpack and setting it on fire.
The messages told the 12-year-old boy that he would be slaughtered.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
Wednesday’s shooting represents a tragic milestone for Europe, where radicalization among neo-Nazis and Islamists is leading to what some scholars on antisemitism are calling a "perfect storm."
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