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  • British academic boycott dies

    Britain’s largest academic union dropped its proposed boycott of Israel after lawyers warned that even discussing it likely was a breach of British anti-discrimination laws and the union’s own guidelines.

  • British leaders slam Irving

    David Irving’s attempt at a comeback has been met with disgust and disbelief in Britain.

  • McCain comments draw ire

    Presidential candidate U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was blasted for characterizing the United States as a “Christian nation.”

  • Trial opens for alleged Nazi guard

    The Justice Department is seeking to deport a Georgia resident accused of lying about his Nazi past to immigrate to the United States.

  • Chelsea fans told to stop anti-Semitic slurs

    The chairman of the Chelsea soccer club has denounced fans’ anti-Semitic abuse of the new Israeli coach.

  • 7 Israelis on Forbes’ rich list

    Seven Israelis appear on the Forbes magazine list of the richest Middle East billionaires.

  • Anti-Semitism weighs on British Jews

    With anti-Semitism in Britain at record levels, Jews in Britain are feeling a growing sense of unease and insecurity.

  • Veteran TV newsman Hal Fishman dies

    Los Angeles TV news anchorman and Middle East expert Hal Fishman died Tuesday.

  • Blair leaves legacy of Israel support

    As the Jewish community lauds outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair for his commitment to Israel and Jewish causes, the question is whether his successor will follow suit.

  • U. of Calif. resolves Jewish holidays conflict

    A new University of California policy directive changes move-in days if they conflict with Jewish holidays.