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  • Ordinary women, extraordinary heroes

    Perhaps the first of its kind, an exhibit at Yad Vashem highlights the role and extraordinary stories of Jewish women during the Holocaust.

  • Israeli crematorium torched

    Israel’s only crematorium was torched.

  • AJWS to push U.S. on Sudanese refugee issue

    The American Jewish World Service is putting together a targeted advocacy campaign to push the United States to develop a policy on accepting refugees from the genocide in the Sudan.

  • Jewish priests get together

    At the first international gathering of the Jewish priestly class of Kohanim and Levites in 2,000 years, participants prepared for the construction of the Third Holy Temple.

  • Jewish leader defends German minister

    A German Jewish leader defended Germany’s interior minister against charges of fear-mongering.

  • Americans, Israelis eye joint satellite project

    American and Israeli defense firms hope to team up in designing tactical military satellites.

  • Half of Israelis back sweeping releases

    Almost one in two Israelis would support the release of senior Palestinian terrorists from jail in exchange for a captive soldier, a survey found.

  • Private peacemaker visits Israel

    A Syrian American who drafted an informal proposal for peace with Israel visited Jerusalem.

  • Exhibit depicts WWII Slovak Jews

    An exhibit showing the Holocaust story of Slovak Jews opens Sunday at a Jewish community center in Kansas.

  • Jewish teen attacked in Russia

    Community leaders in a southern Russian city are pressing local authorities to protect a Jewish teen following an anti-Semitic attack.