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  • Wal-Mart walks away from anti-Semitic forgery

    After getting heat from Jewish defense groups, Wal-Mart said it would halt the sale on its Web site of “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion,” an anti-Semitic forgery describing an alleged Jewish plan for world domination.

  • Jewish institutions prepare for threats

    With financial institutions in New York and Washington rattled by reported terror threats, Jewish groups are continuing to craft long-term responses to a variety of potential threats.

  • Taking on Harvard, and winning

    A graduate student at Harvard University led a successful campaign asking the school to return a donation from the United Arab Emirates that was linked to an anti-Semitic and anti-American think-tank.

  • WZO’s future on the agenda?

    A meeting this week marked the early stages of a discussion that could spell trouble for the future of the World Zionist Organization.

  • Terror victims sue bank

    Using a recent federal law that makes it illegal to finance terrorism, some American victims of Palestinian terrorism are suing a Jordanian bank they say funds terrorists.

  • U.N. holds anti-Semitism conference

    This week’s U.N. conference on anti-Semitism was only the latest in a slew of recent international events addressing the growth in anti-Semitic activity worldwide — but the difference in this case was that the host of the conference turned the mirror on i

  • Jewish Agency to back study programs

    The Jewish Agency for Israel is launching its largest-ever educational project to infuse young Jews with the spirit of Zionism, subsidizing programs that bring Jewish youth to Israel for educational programs of five months or more.

  • U.N. to discuss anti-Semitism

    Jewish groups are hailing the first United Nations conference on anti-Semitism as an important step, but hope it will result in a concerete plan of action.

  • Henry Everett, 78, sought social justice

    Henry Everett, a champion of liberal social justice issues and major Jewish philanthropist, died at the age of 78.

  • ORT reaches out to America

    Personal accounts from students shared during a gathering of World ORT raised the school network´s profile — and its fund-raising potential — in the United States.