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  • At NYU, dialogue or denial?

    Screenings of a documentary on radical Islam brought New York University Muslim and Jewish students together — to bash the portrayal of Muslim extremism. The filmmakers say the students are in deep denial.

  • Oldest Holocaust survivor dies at 107

    Irma Stahler, believed to be the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, died in Sydney at age 107.

  • Gonzales visits AMIA

    The U.S. attorney general toured a Argentine Jewish center that was bombed in 1994.

  • Report: Olmert firm on Jerusalem dig

    Ehud Olmert reportedly spurned an appeal by Israel’s defense minister to halt repair work near the Temple Mount.

  • Portman may direct Oz film

    Natalie Portman is interested in directing and starring in a film version of Amos Oz’s autobiography.

  • Austrian Holocaust denier’s kids expelled

    A Jewish school in Vienna expelled the children of a fervently Orthodox Jew who attended a Holocaust denial conference in Iran.

  • Judaism scholars gather in FSU

    More than 200 scholars attended a Jewish studies conference in Moscow.

  • Prewar Lublin yeshiva reopens

    Europe’s largest yeshiva before World War II will reopen this weekend.

  • Right-wing crimes up in Germany

    Crimes related to right-wing extremism and xenophobia in Germany appear to have risen to their highest levels in six years.

  • Ontario shifts elections for Orthodox

    The Canadian Jewish Congress praised the Ontario government for shifting an upcoming provincial election so that it doesn’t fall on a Jewish holiday.