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  • Paris march marks Nakba

    A march through Paris marked what Arabs call the Nakba, “the catastrophe” – Israel’s founding.

  • Passover and our inner immigrant

    The CEO of HIAS draws on the upcoming holiday of Passover to defend the American Jewish community’s support for immigration.

  • High court to hear Utah monuments case

    The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a Utah case involving religious monuments.

  • Fifth sex suit filed against N.Y. yeshiva

    A fifth lawsuit was filed against a New York yeshiva alleged to have covered up the molestation of several students by a rabbi.

  • New Sderot MDA station opened

    A new Magen David Adom emergency medical station opened in Sderot.

  • Treat the stranger with compassion

    Essential guidance for the debate over this country’s immigration policies comes from a core teaching of the annual retelling of the Passover story – that we must treat “the stranger,” the resident alien or immigrant, with compassion and love.

  • Olmert: I won’t quit

    Ehud Olmert said he would not quit, despite his plummeting popularity since last year’s war in Lebanon.

  • U.N. Council cites only Islam

    A U.N. Human Rights Council resolution urging a global ban on defaming religion mentions only Islam.

  • Pelosi to address Knesset

    Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, will address the Israeli Knesset, before heading to Syria

  • Ukrainian book blasted as anti-Semitic

    A Ukrainian Jewish lawmaker condemned a book published last year by the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences as anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli.