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Search result: Wednesday January 8, 2014
Report: Former U.S. envoys to Israel now support Pollard releaseJERUSALEM   — Two former U.S. ambassadors to Israel who have opposed clemency for jailed spy-for-Israel Jonathan Pollard told an Israeli...read more...
Search result: Tuesday January 7, 2014
Stark’s business partner under suspicion in murderNEW YORK — New York police are targeting the business partner of Brooklyn landlord Menachem Stark as a possible suspect in the Hasidic man...read more...
Against Michigan, Aaron Liberman’s kippah makes hoops historyOn Jan. 5, Aaron Liberman of Northwestern checked in for the final minute of action against Michigan in the Wildcats’ 74-51 men’s...read more...
‘Mr. Entertainment shows no signs of slowing downSheldon Kagan has earned the moniker “Mr. Entertainment”, after all he’s been providing successful entertainment, concerts and...read more...
Day schools trying to put new face on financial aidNEW YORK  — Tehiyah Day School in El Cerrito, Calif., had a problem. Like many Jewish day schools throughout North America, Tehiyah has...read more...
African migrants protest by the Tel Aviv beachTEL AVIV — They marched down Allenby Street today, past the market and the traffic jam of buses and cabs, their chants echoing around buildings...read more...
Dutch soccer team ditches Israeli player for Abu Dhabi matchTHE HAGUE, Netherlands  — A Dutch soccer team is facing criticism for playing in Abu Dhabi despite the emirate’s refusal to let in...read more...
NY Post sparks storm with cover story on Stark murderNEW YORK — The New York Post is under fire for a cover story about the murder of Brooklyn Chasidic landlord Menachem Stark. “Who Didn...read more...
Kerry leaves Israel without framework agreementJERUSALEM  — Israel published plans to build nearly 300 West Bank apartments as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry wrapped up a visit to...read more...
Knesset committee will allow Chabad overseas work to qualify as national serviceJERUSALEM  — The work of 100 men serving oversees as emissaries on behalf of Chabad will count as national service, a Knesset committee...read more...

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