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Israel reportedly stopped making nukes in 2004Israel stopped producing nuclear warheads nine years ago when it reached a stockpile of 80, according to a new report. According to the September-...read more...
Chabad centre holds Yom Kippur services in flooded BoulderBOULDER, Colo. — Some 300 worshipers attended Yom Kippur services in the lobby of the Chabad on Campus centre in flooded Boulder, Colo. The...read more...
Syria weapons deal sets standard for Iran: KerryJERUSALEM  — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S.-Russia deal on the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons will also...read more...
Jewish cult leader convicted for rape, tortureJERUSALEM — A Jerusalem resident running a religious cult was convicted of rape, sodomy and physical abuse of his six wives. The 58-year-old...read more...
Israel gets first-ever etrog shipment from MoroccoIsrael has received its first-ever shipment of etrogim from Morocco ahead of the Sukkot holiday, the Jerusalem Post reported. The etrog, a fruit of...read more...
Oslo Accords debated, rather than celebrated, on 20th anniversaryTwenty years after the signing of the fateful Oslo accords between Palestinian Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime...read more...
Cancer survivor can relate to disabled Israeli vetsTORONTO — Canadian journalist Libby Znaimer knows what it takes to survive against all odds and how to overcome the challenges of...read more...
Appreciating our Judaism through a sojourn in IndiaMy family and I spent most of August on a journey through parts of India, and I haven’t quite returned home yet. We visited Mumbai and Delhi...read more...
Cancer patients recognized as heroesMONTREAL — Hope & Cope’s Soirée Fantastique 2013 shone a spotlight on the “ordinary heroes,” the cancer patients...read more...
Cast and crew celebrate 20 years of Sailor MoonTORONTO — Twenty years after its original airing in Japan, Sailor Moon is still recognized as one of the most influential cartoons of its genre...read more...

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