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  • Report: Israel made offer on Palestinian refugees

    Israel reportedly has offered to admit 20,000 Palestinian refugees as part of a final peace accord.

  • Lezak earns first individual medal

    Jewish Olympic swimmer Jason Lezak followed up his relay heroics with a bronze medal in the 100-meter men’s freestyle.

  • WJC meets Chavez

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez promised visiting Jewish leaders he would condemn “all forms of anti-Semitism.”

  • Journalist refuses to settle German case

    A German Jewish journalist refused to settle a case in which he called another Jew anti-Semitic.

  • Israel’s light shines in Uganda

    A kindergarten in a Kampala slum started last year by Israeli volunteers and headed by a Muslim woman is a godsend for Uganda’s needy and, staffers say, of a piece with 21st century Zionism.

  • UJC launches Georgia campaign

    The United Jewish Communities has launched an emergency appeal for the embattled citizens of Georgia.

  • Israel denies weapons-Iran link

    An Israeli government official dismissed claims that the United States was withholding arms from Israel to dissuade the Jewish state from attacking Iran.

  • Dispute over ORT name settled

    An Israeli judge ruled that World ORT and ORT Israel can both use the ORT name.

  • Iran deplores Clinton threat

    Iran lodged a complaint at the United Nations over Hillary Clinton’s threat to destroy it if it attacks Israel with nuclear weapons.

  • Palestinian fights for Israeli care

    Maria Amin, 6, was paralyzed two years ago in an Israeli airstrike against an Islamic Jihad terrorist. Cared for in an Israeli hospital at the Israeli government’s expense, the girl and her father want to stay under the care of the Jewish state.