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By RON KAMPEAS
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Major American Jewish organizations that hoped to send a unified message about the turmoil in Israel yesterday instead found themselves tussling, partly in the public eye, about what exactly they wanted to say.
(JNS.org) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Monday in a national address that he was putting a hold to the government’s judicial reform efforts in order to “provide a real opportunity for real dialogue.”
“We are on...
By RON KAMPEAS
(JTA) — A Manhattan grand jury has indicted former President Donald Trump in connection with his alleged role in a payoff to an adult film star about their sexual encounter, making history and prompting Trump to once...Continue Reading
By JAMES J. MARLOW
(JNS.org) – The decision to suspend the second and third readings of Israel’s judicial reform bill was not an easy one for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but it was the right decision. Anything that...
By DAVID I. KLEIN
(JTA) — Backers of a law that would bar the Democratic Republic of Congo’s only Jewish politician from becoming president are trying again to get it passed, in a move decried by Jewish leaders abroad.
The...Continue Reading ⇒
By DAVID LAZARUS
MONTREAL (JTA) — Vandals defaced Quebec province’s oldest synagogue building with Nazi swastikas over the weekend, prompting a Canadian Jewish watchdog to call on Montreal mayor Valérie Plante to do more to fight antisemitism.
Leaders of the...Continue Reading ⇒
By GABE FRIEDMAN
(JTA) — Greek authorities arrested two men on Tuesday who were planning mass terrorist attacks on Jewish sites in Athens, including a Chabad outpost and a Jewish restaurant, according to reports.
The Mossad, Israel’s spy agency which...Continue Reading ⇒
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