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  • 5767: A chronology of top news

    NEW YORK (JTA) – The following is a chronology of the top news items of the past year. SEPTEMBER NEW YORK – Yeshiva University announced that its immediate past chairman, fertilizer and oil magnate Ronald Stanton, was giving $100 million to the school – believed to be the most amount of money ever pledged to…

  • JDC launched Rwandan youth village

    A groundbreaking ceremony took place Friday for the Agahozo Shalom Youth Village, which will serve 500 impoverished orphans in Rwanda.

  • Red Cross defends record on soldiers

    The International Committee of the Red Cross this week refuted claims that it hasn’t worked hard enough to help three captured Israeli soldiers.

  • Petition urges recognition of Bergson

    More than 100 scholars and Jewish leaders are calling on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to acknowledge the work of U.S. activists in its permanent exhibition.

  • Congressmen warn Bush on terrorist funding

    Two U.S. congressmen are circulating a petition warning the president against allocating U.S. money to a Palestinian government that could be funding terrorists.

  • Will Arabs talk to Israel?

    Egypt’s foreign minister said Arab nations without diplomatic ties to Israel might talk to Israel under certain conditions.

  • Chabad opens Cancun outpost

    Chabad-Lubavitch opened an outreach house in the Mexican resort town of Cancun.

  • Assad: Golan guarantee before talks

    Bashar Assad conditioned new peace talks with Israel on a guaranteed return of the Golan Heights to Syria.

  • Czech Jewish cemetery desecrated

    A Jewish cemetery was desecrated in a Czech town.

  • Touro officials named in transcripts scam

    Touro College’s former admissions director and nine others tied to the New York City-based institution were indicted for a “cash for grades scheme” involving fraudulent transcripts.