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Search result: Friday February 22, 2013
Istanbul museum honours arrival of Jews from SpainIt’s a thrill to arrive in Istanbul these days, a city thronging with tourists from all over the world. Most visit – and patiently line...read more...
Friends dance to help cure cancerTORONTO — Lisa Gardner Plant and a group of friends want to dance to end cancer. The women are joining together to take part in the second...read more...
Uncertainty besets Israel’s relations with EgyptFrom the moment Egyptian street protesters forced Hosni Mubarak to step aside as president two years ago this month, Israeli government officials...read more...
Search result: Thursday February 21, 2013
Outremont braces for possible Purim tensionsMONTREAL — The chassidic communities of Outremont are hoping to avoid the conflict that marred its Purim festivities in that borough last year...read more...
Canada puts Israel on list of democracies ‘unlikely’ to generate refugeesVANCOUVER — Canada placed Israel on a list of "safe" countries whose citizens are unlikely to seek asylum as refugees. The move by...read more...
Death hovers over Cambodia’s Killing FieldsPHNOM PENH — A familiar feeling stirs in my gut. It’s not the delicious lunch that was redolent of lemongrass and basil. It’s a...read more...
Search result: Wednesday February 20, 2013
Jewish community praises new religious freedoms officeTORONTO — Major Jewish community organizations united in praising the launch of the federal government’s new Office of Religious Freedoms...read more...
Livni’s Hatnua signs first coalition deal with NetanyahuJERUSALEM — Hatnua, led by Tzipi Livni, became the first party to sign a coalition deal with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The deal...read more...
What my first picketers taught me about learningMcGill University has been my academic home for two decades. I have taught thousands of students, always encouraging them to ask, challenge, learn...read more...
Post-revolutionary Egypt torn by deep fissuresEgypt, long a beacon of stability in the Arab world, has been thrown into disarray since the downfall of its authoritarian president, Hosni Mubarak,...read more...

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