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Search result: Wednesday November 27, 2013
At American Studies Association, boycotting Israel finds wide favorWASHINGTON  — For 90 minutes in a packed hotel conference room in the heart of Washington, Israel was the colonizer, the settler state,...read more...
U.S.: Six-month clock on Iran hasn’t startedWASHINGTON, D.C. — State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters Tuesday that the six-month interim agreement with Iran has not yet...read more...
Haifa mayor seeks to expand high-tech industryNewly re-elected Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav was in Toronto last week on a mission to entice entrepreneurs, community leaders and politicians to invest in...read more...
Search result: Tuesday November 26, 2013
Barbra - Back in Brooklyn Contest (closed)        Click on the image below for full contest details. Thank you for your entry, the contest is now closed.read more...
Teen who 'Roared' despite brain tumour passes away at 16TORONTO — The teenager who touched the hearts of more than one million people passed away Nov. 25 after two years of fighting an...read more...
Teen who roared despite brain tumour passes away at 16 TORONTO — The teenager who touched the hearts of more than one million people passed away Nov. 25 after two years of fighting an...read more...
Australia shifts to pro-Israel stance in the UNAustralia’s new Liberal Party government under Prime Minister Tony Abbott has shifted to a pro-Israel position in the UN, saying that it will...read more...
Awareness campaign sparks investigations into alleged Nazi war criminalsBERLIN   — At least four investigations of possible Nazi-era war criminals have been turned over to German investigators in recent months...read more...
Elie Wiesel honored by Israel’s PeresNEW YORK — Elie Wiesel received the President’s Medal of Distinction from Israeli President Shimon Peres in New York. Peres presented...read more...
Struggling Holocaust survivors in Israel say gov’t must do moreTEL AVIV   — Breakfast costs Dov Jakobovitz $2. Lunch costs him $2.25. Both are served in the public old-age home in south Tel Aviv where...read more...

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