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  • Students go to Hill to lobby for Iran sanctions

    More than 200 students from Washington and New York universities took a break from studying for final exams last week to lobby Congress to support a bill sanctioning Iran for its nuclear ambitions. The lobby mission, sponsored by several student groups from all the schools, was a day-long affair that yielded 52 separate meetings with…

  • Puerto Rican activist urges Jewish business boycott

    An activist in Puerto Rico called for a boycott of local Jewish businesses, saying a primate-breeding facility approved for construction there is one of many “Jewish economic interests.”

  • B’nai B’rith elects new president

    B’nai B’rith International’s new president said he will focus on getting the group’s message to a wider audience.

  • ADL: Egypt ignores anti-Jewish press

    Political and civic leaders largely turn a blind eye to flourishing anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment in Egypt, a new report said.

  • Shalit negotiations hit snag

    Negotiations between Hamas and Israel to release kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit have hit a significant snag, according to news reports.

  • Iran nuke deadline still end of ’09

    Iran must give up its nuclear ambitions in the next month or face sanctions, a White House spokesman said.

  • Lawmakers to Clinton: Urge Hezbollah disarmament

    A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers wrote to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seeking a push toward the disarmament of Hezbollah.

  • Jewish Labor Committee calls for Hyatt boycott

    The Jewish Labor Committee is calling on Jews to boycott Hyatt Hotels.

  • Chelsea Clinton to wed Jewish boyfriend

    Chelsea Clinton is engaged to marry her Jewish boyfriend of two years.

  • U.S.-Israel clean energy projects to get funding

    A research and development foundation will provide up to $3.3 million to fund four clean-energy projects in the United States and Israel, the U.S. Department of Energy announced.