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Search result: Monday April 15, 2013
Regards d’Etgar Keret sur les 65 ans d’IsraëlSuperstar de la jeunesse israélienne, qui raffole de ses nouvelles surréalistes, le réputé écrivain Sabra Etgar...read more...
Israel right to be wary of Arab peace initiativeWe’re likely to hear quite a lot in the coming months about the Arab peace initiative (API), which U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry...read more...
Hebrew U Friends to honour Morgan FreemanTORONTO — He’s driven Miss Daisy, helped outfit Batman, played “Red,” the man who knew how to locate certain items from time...read more...
CIJA rejects apology for Ethiopian contraception storyThe Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) has rejected Radio-Canada’s clarification of a report that the Israeli government administered...read more...
Jihadism spreading in West Africa, professor warnsMONTREAL — The tentacles of jihadist Islamist extremism are spreading across the African sub-Saharan continent and pose as great a risk there...read more...
Search result: Sunday April 14, 2013
Political thriller focuses on Islamic fundamentalismMira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist contains all the ingredients of a first-rate political thriller: exotic locales, espionage and...read more...
Toronto, Israel hospitals start exchange programToronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital is the latest Canadian institution to forge ties with Israel in the form of a new exchange program for medical...read more...
Haters can’t see good in Israel, but we shouldOn Sunday, March 17, CBC Radio broadcast an interview I did on The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright discussing my new book, Moynihan’s...read more...
Search result: Friday April 12, 2013
Nystrom looks forward to coaching U.S. Maccabiah teamAs the NHL trade deadline came and went on April 3, Dallas Stars forward Eric Nystrom was a little unsure of where he stood. A pending unrestricted...read more...
Anti-bullying bill divides Winnipeg rabbisWINNIPEG — A new government anti-bullying bill is dividing Orthodox rabbis in Winnipeg over its requirement that publicly funded schools must...read more...

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