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Search result: Friday July 26, 2013
Dagestan Chabad rabbi in serious condition after being shotThe Chabad-Lubavitch emissary and chief rabbi of Derbent in the Republic of Dagestan was shot near his home and remains in serious but stable...read more...
Hamas shuts two Arab media bureaus in GazaIsmail Jaber, Hamas’s Attorney-General, told the Associated Press that the group had closed down the bureaus of the Saudi Arabian owned Al-...read more...
Does Morsi’s demise signal end to Islamist era?With the overthrow of former president Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt, one is almost forced to question whether the...read more...
Palestinian minister says treaties may only be temporaryAs U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry works furiously to bring Israelis and Palestinians together for peace talks, the Palestinian Authority’s...read more...
Firebombed UTT/Herzliah campus soldMONTREAL — The campus of Montreal’s United Talmud Torahs/Herzliah High School that was firebombed in 2004 has been sold after two years...read more...
Shoah education must endure, seminar grads toldTORONTO — As Holocaust survivors dwindle, it’s becoming more imperative to commit to memory the rampant cruelty of seven decades ago and...read more...
Search result: Thursday July 25, 2013
Dynasties prevail as Lau, Yosef win chief rabbi racesDavid Lau and Yitzchak Yosef, both sons of former Israeli chief rabbis, were elected Ashkenazi and Sephardi chief rabbi of Israel, respectively....read more...
Karsenty appealing latest libel conviction in al-Dura caseFrench Jewish politician Philippe Karsenty appealed to France’s Supreme Court to overturn his conviction for defamation in the al-Dura case....read more...
Search result: Wednesday July 24, 2013
EU move on Hezbollah applauded, questionedIt may have taken an attack on European soil and the potential for a second to prompt the European Union to act, but the continent’s...read more...
Will gives valuable coin collection to U.S. racist groupA New Brunswick judge has put on hold a bequest of nearly $275,000 to a U.S.-based neo-Nazi organization. Earlier this week, a Court of Queen’s...read more...

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