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  • $50 million drive for schools launched

    New Jersey’s largest Jewish federation has launched a $50 million communitywide campaign that is being hailed as a groundbreaking collaborative effort in support of Jewish day school education.

  • Nuremberg lawyer Weissbrodt dies at 93

    Abe Weissbrodt, an attorney whose career included work at the Nuremberg war crime trials, died in a Washington hospital at age 93.

  • Meridor: Syria developing threat

    Syria is developing a serious threat on Israel’s northern border, Sallai Meridor said.

  • Katsav hearing inconclusive

    Israel’s attorney general postponed a decision about indicting Israeli President Moshe Katsav.

  • Peretz staying on

    Amir Peretz signaled he will stay on as Israel’s defense minister.

  • More journalists reject British boycott

    Journalists at Britain’s Independent Television Network joined BBC colleagues in calling for a new vote on the decision by a journalists’ union to boycott Israeli goods.

  • Donor´s arrest pains Jewish groups

    The arrest of a Jewish real estate developer and philanthropist has sent waves of shock and dismay through New Jersey’s Jewish community.