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    Spread the word! JTA is hiring for the following positions: • News Editor (NY) • Reporter (NY) • Foreign Correspondent (overseas) • Israel Correspondent To apply, send an email to the address in the job descriptions below. NO CALLS please. [[READMORE]] JOB DESCRIPTION: News Editor SUMMARY: JTA, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, is seeking a news editor…

  • Hadassah late payments minimal

    To the Editor: I write in response to your story on a report implying that Hadassah Medical Center, owned by Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of American (HWZOA), was late on payments to some of its suppliers. There is actually less to this story than has been alleged.  Without context, these allegations are meaningless.  It…

  • Linkin Park goes to Israel

    The American rock group Linkin Park performed in Tel Aviv on Nov. 15, 2010.

  • Jewish groups condemn effort to ban circumcision

    San Francisco-area Jewish organizations condemned a proposed ballot measure to outlaw Jewish ritual circumcision in the city.

  • Fight erupts between right-wing and left-wing activists in San Francisco

    A dispute between right-wing and left-wing Israel activists in Berkeley, Calif., resulted in a physical altercation involving pepper spray, police and paramedics.

  • Facebook page for Holocaust-mocking game shut down

    A Facebook fan page outlining a game called “Beat the Jew” played by students at a Southern California high school has been removed.

  • Jews for Jesus founder Moishe Rosen dies

    Moishe Rosen, the founder of the Jews for Jesus movement, died Wednesday at 78 from prostate cancer.

  • Lithuanian court: Swastikas a ‘historic legacy’

    A Lithuanian court has ruled that a swastika is part of the country’s historic legacy and not a Nazi symbol.

  • Op-Ed: Where the blogosphere meets the boardroom

    A group of young Jewish leaders outlines its vision for a new relationship between Jewish federations and young Jews.