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Search result: Wednesday November 13, 2013
Pew survey indicates greater Orthodox growth, non-Orthodox declineNEW YORK — The rate at which America’s Orthodox Jewish population is growing — and the non-Orthodox population is shrinking...read more...
Knife-wielding man arrested at Israeli embassy in BrusselsBelgian police have arrested a man whom they suspect of planning an attack against Israeli diplomats in Brussels. The police department of Uccle,...read more...
Fight for religious pluralism recurring theme of 2013 federations confabJERUSALEM  — It is a cause that elicited cheers from a roomful of participants at the Jewish Federations of North America’s General...read more...
Liberman returns as Israeli foreign ministerJERUSALEM   — Former Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman returned to his post a week after being acquitted on a charge of fraud and...read more...
Search result: Tuesday November 12, 2013
PQ candidate backtracks on JGH commentsMONTREAL — After outrage from Jewish groups, a Parti Québécois (PQ) candidate has backtracked on comments she posted on the...read more...
Netanyahu: Talks delay is opportunity to improve bad Iran dealWASHINGTON  — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the delay in achieving an expected deal between Iran and the major Western...read more...
Nazi-looted art discovered in Munich to go onlineBERLIN  — German authorities have bowed to international pressure and are publishing a partial list of artworks found in a Munich...read more...
Norway to introduce new ‘regulations’ on circumcisionNORWAY — Norway will promote new legislation to “regulate ritual circumcision,” the country’s health minister said. Minister...read more...
At G.A., Peres and Netanyahu strike different tones on IranJERUSALEM  — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued his hard line against Iran’s nuclear program in an address to the...read more...
Saul Kagan, Claims Conference founder and chief, dies at 91NEW YORK — Saul Kagan, the founder and a longtime chief of the Claims Conference, died Saturday at age 91. Kagan helped found the organization...read more...

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