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Search result: Friday November 8, 2013
Former Hungarian neo-fascist to speak at ChabadMONTREAL — Can a leopard change his anti-Semitic spots? In the case of Csanad Szegedi, absolutely not, say some local Hungarian Jews and...read more...
Reality contrasts sharply with anti-Israel propagandaIn Syria, the inhuman violence of an ongoing civil war has taken at least 100,000 lives, including more than 1,000 victims of chemical weapon attacks...read more...
Abbas speech says Israel is ‘occupied Palestinian land’As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited Israel and the Palestinian territories  to move along peace talks, a report emerged that...read more...
Mazon Canada prepares for annual fundraiserTORONTO — A recent report by Food Banks Canada showed that the number of Canadians visiting food banks is higher than it was before the...read more...
Business mogul finds long-lost WWII letterJames (Jimmy) Kay, is a man well-known in Canada for his monumental success with Dylex Ltd., – the now-defunct billion-dollar clothing...read more...
Search result: Thursday November 7, 2013
First chassidic female councillor faced opponents in own communityMONTREAL — Mindy Pollak may have earned international acclaim for becoming the first chassidic woman elected to bea Montreal city councillor...read more...
First female Bank of Israel chief eyeing economic inequalityJAFFA, Israel   — Andromeda Hill is a beachfront complex of luxury apartments connected by tree-lined pathways that features such...read more...
Lithuanian Jews to get compensation for Holocaust, Soviet occupationGovernment officials in Lithuania said they would offer symbolic reparations to nearly 1,800 Jewish Holocaust survivors. The officials told the...read more...
Peace talks threatened by Palestinian incitement, Netanyahu tells KerryJERUSALEM   — Palestinian “incitement” and “artificial crises” are threatening progress in renewed peace talks,...read more...
Search result: Wednesday November 6, 2013
Liberman’s acquittal clears path for return as foreign ministerJERUSALEM  — Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman was acquitted on a charge of fraud and breach of trust, clearing the way for a...read more...

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