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Moira Schneider RSS

is a JTA correspondent in South Africa. A law graduate and psychology major, she is the Cape Town correspondent for the South African Jewish Report. She contributes to London's Jewish Chronicle, is a reporter for the Cape Jewish Chronicle and has been published in the Cape Times and Cape Argus.


  • Moscow releases Wallenberg files

    A Russian intelligence agency transfered secret files about Raoul Wallenberg to Russia’s chief rabbi.

  • Kidman film denied Nazi camp location

    A Holocaust film starring Nicole Kidman will not be shot at a former German concentration camp, its trustees said.

  • Britain’s Labor party decries academic boycott

    Members of Britain’s Labor Party spoke out against a proposed academic boycott of Israel.

  • Chesley to lead JNF

    Stanley M. Chesley has been elected the next president of the Jewish National Fund.

  • British Jews protest work near Vilnius cemetery

    British Jewish leaders met with the Lithuanian ambassador to protest desecration of Vilnius’ Jewish cemetery.

  • Swastika’ base to get makeover

    The U.S. Navy will redesign a base that resembles a swastika from the air.

  • Serbs curb neo-Nazis

    Serbian authorities nixed a planned rally by a local neo-Nazi group.

  • House committee congratulates Israel on U.N. gain

    A U.S. House of Representatives committee congratulated Israel on chairing a U.N. committee for the first time.

  • Fasting to end war

    An interfaith group of religious peace activists blew the shofar on the steps of a church near the Capitol this week in a call for a day of fasting next month to end the war in Iraq.

  • Court rejects Corrie appeal

    A court rejected an appeal from the family of a U.S. activist seeking to sue Caterpillar for its alleged role in her death in the Gaza Strip.