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Search result: Thursday October 31, 2013
Retired British chief rabbi Jonathan Sacks to teach at NYU, YUThe newly retired British chief rabbi Lord Jonathan Saks will teach as a professor at two American universities. Sacks will spend three months a...read more...
Temple restores its three TorahsTORONTO — Temple Kol Ami, one of Greater Toronto’s fastest-growing congregations, is embarking on a year-long project to restore its...read more...
Search result: Wednesday October 30, 2013
Montreal community icon Joe King diesMONTREAL — Even though Joe King was just one month past his 90th birthday when he died Oct. 26 of a heart attack, there were few who did not...read more...
German auction house returns Nazi-looted Stern paintingMONTREAL — A Nazi-looted painting has been withdrawn from auction in Germany by its consignor and returned to the Canadian and Israeli...read more...
After Palestinian prisoner release, Netanyahu approves new Jewish constructionJERUSALEM — In the wake of the release of 26 Palestinian terrorist prisoners, Israel on Tuesday approved the construction of 1,500 housing...read more...
Police find body of missing Uruguayan woman, 72TORONTO — Toronto Police believe they have located the body of a Jewish senior from Uruguay who was reported missing by her family earlier this...read more...
With Mekel’s arrival, Casspi has Israeli company on the NBA courtHOUSTON — Midway through the first quarter, Omri Casspi entered the preseason game between his Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks. A...read more...
Dutch museums possess Nazi-looted art, commission findsAMSTERDAM   — Dozens of Dutch museums are in possession of at least 139 items with “problematic origins,” a special commission...read more...
U.S. Mideast czar: Settlements, settler attacks not ‘conducive’ to peaceWASHINGTON   — The United States strongly condemns settler violence and does not accept the legitimacy of West Bank settlement expansion,...read more...
Quebec looks to tighten regulations on kosher, halal meat productionVANCOUVER  —  Quebec’s agricultural minister is looking to tighten regulations for kosher and halal meat production. “We...read more...

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