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By YVETTE ALT/ JTA
By BEN SALES/JTA
By JEREMY SHARON
By JOE MARUSAK/THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
By SHANNON PRATHER/STAR TRIBUNE
“We’ve seen a rise of antisemitism in the big cities,” Olofsdotter said. “People don’t change when they cross the border. They carry their old values.”
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
“Ladino was something of a forbidden language at our home,” Vazana said. To her father, a Fes native, it represented the opposite of fitting into Israeli society, Noam Vazana explained.
A truck full of kosher food sent from North Carolina after the hurricane first hit had been turned away by authorities because of dangerous road conditions.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
“We condemn the antisemitic and anti-Israel BDS campaign and the call to boycott Israeli products and companies as well as Israeli academics and artists.”
The two suspects asked the 20-year-old Israeli about his nationality. He responded that he is “half-Israeli” and affirmed that he is Jewish.
Some of the forged visas were issued after the closure of the Japanese consulate in Kaunas, Lithuania, the archive said.
By AMY SPIRO
Shulem Lemmer's upcoming album is being released by Universal's Decca Gold.
By JEREMY SHARON
A Spanish district court has annulled a BDS resolution passed by the municipal council of Ayamonte banning any association or economic agreement with Israeli companies and organizations.
The town also is finalizing a contract to buy two parcels of land outside Sugar Loaf totaling 160 acres, according to the report.
By EYTAN HALON
The newly-approved preventive migraine drug could bring in as much as $500 million in sales annually.
The Hungarian government has invested some 22 million Euros in the museum, the construction of which was finished some three years ago.
By URI BOLLAG
"We won't be told how antisemitism should be defined," one of the event organizers told "The Jerusalem Post."
By DAVE LIEBER/THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
I'm looking at a 30-foot-long painting at an Austin art museum depicting a modern-day Ku Klux Klan meeting — and my heart is racing.
The book, published last year, argues that in addition to killing Palestinians, Israel purposefully maims them in order to maintain control over them.
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
Herman Wouk’s 1951 novel is about a group of Navy officers who remove a volatile captain from his command of a minesweeper when he freezes up during a typhoon.
“My position as the President of the Union of Jewish Students means I cannot, in good faith, continue as a member of a political party which has deliberately...allowed antisemitism to emerge."
The prosecutor's office didn't even provide any reasons for the inactivity.
A spokesman for Hillel International told The Jerusalem Post that the organization is not commenting on the story.
But the hurricane's sheer size meant it could batter the US East Coast with hurricane-force winds for nearly a full day, according to weather forecasters.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The coasts of North and South Carolina are braced for a catastrophic storm surge as Florence, a Category 2 hurricane, comes ashore.
Fire investigators suspected "over-pressurization of a gas main" belonging to Columbia Gas of Massachusetts led to the series of explosions and fires, Andover Fire Chief Michael Mansfield said.
By TAMAR BEERI
The criminal, who was supposed to be returned to the Palestinian Authority, had firebombed a synagogue in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in 2017.
By HOWARD BLAS
A walk through the grounds of the US Open pays tribute to Ashe in many ways.
By GIDEON KOUTS / MAARIV
Forty percent of Jews living in Britain expressed they were ready to leave Britain if the antisemitic incitement continues - an unprecedented figure.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
By TAMARA ZIEVE
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
By MEDIA LINE
By GIL HOFFMAN
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By REUTERS, SAMUEL THROPE
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