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Saturday, September 2, 2017
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Iranian military chief warns attack on Iran will spill over into region
The head of the Iranian armed forces warned on Saturday that any attack on Iran would lead to a broader regional conflagration. "If they (the enemies of Iran) decide to launch war, certainly they will not decide about the time and place for its end," Iran's Chief of...
Lebanon’s PM says Israel lying about Iranian weapons factories there
US says 17-bus IS convoy stranded in Syrian desert
UK Jewish centenarians celebrate 83rd wedding anniversary
Helen and Maurice Kaye, aged 104 and 105, are believed to be Britain's longest married couple
'This is devastating for people. They've lost everything'
As floodwaters recede, Israeli disaster aid is in Houston for the long haul
With experience after hurricanes Sandy and Katrina, humanitarian organizations bring supplies and help pick up the pieces from one of the country's worst natural disasters
Rabbi leads a team of spiritual first responders in storm-tossed Texas
Post-Harvey problems plague Texas as funerals for dead begin
Black smoke, flames shoot up from Texas chemical plant
Does Berlin’s mayor belong on Wiesenthal Center’s top 10 list for anti-Semitism?
JTA -- Berlin's mayor, many local Jewish leaders agree, could do more to counter the city's vocal BDS movement. But does that make him an anti-Semite? A report that the California-based Simon Wiesenthal Center may include Mayor Michael Müller on its annual list of the world's 10 worst cases of anti-Semitic activity has perplexed prominent Israel...
Body of NY ultra-Orthodox mom missing for 4 months found in Hudson River
Police investigate cause of death of Malky Lebowitz, 21, a former member of the Satmar community
'Not being able to hire Israeli staff would be devastating'
Executive order may keep Israeli counselors from Jewish US summer camps
Cathryn J. Prince
Annual cultural exchange, along with summer staffing quotas, jeopardized by Trump's proposed sharp reduction of J-1 visas
Attorney general said set to announce decision to indict Sara Netanyahu
PM's wife, suspected of diverting public funds for private expenses, to be indicted in coming days, according to TV report
Ex-PM mocks Netanyahu’s 230 calls to newspaper editor
My intersectionality is showing
For the feminist, Zionist, pro-civil-rightist, fiscal conservatives who wear their clashing values in public
Healing world Jewry’s inferiority complex
Time to tell Israel that the existence of a vibrant Diaspora is as necessary as the quest for Zion
When Israelis protest, they don’t tear down statues; they put them up
JTA -- Israel recently got two new statues of political leaders: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Supreme Court President Miriam Naor. However, both statues were torn down within hours. For their creators, that was part of the point. Israel has very few official statues of its leaders — or anyone else for that matter. The statues...
Target apologizes for canceling orders to Israel, citing high demand
Smoke pours from Russian consulate chimney in San Francisco
Jewish Trump appointee who called Obama ‘Kenyan creampuff’ quits Energy Dep’t
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Palestinian cleric who called Holocaust a fairy tale ‘to meet MPs’
Lod mayor bursts into mosque, demands halt to prayers broadcast over PA
Coming of old age
Holocaust survivor celebrates bar mitzvah 80 years late in Israel
Pope Francis recalls seeing female Jewish psychoanalyst in 1970s
President of NY liberal Orthodox yeshiva to step down
Unexploded WWII-era bombs prompt evacuation of 2 German cities
23-year-old motorcyclist succumbs to wounds after West Bank crash
From Cuba to South Korea, the ‘Girls on the Road’ survey businesswomen worldwide
Two Brazilian filmmakers making a documentary on women entrepreneurs now put Israel and the Arab world under the lens
The Jewish Food Society wants to preserve your grandma’s recipes — before they’re lost forever
One part food, one part history and a dash of storytelling, this nonprofit dishes out both culinary arts and Jewish culture
Hit the road jack: This vegetarian brisket recipe actually tastes like meat
Israel-born tennis star shines at the US Open
Making his Grand Slam debut at 18, Denis Shapovalov is through to fourth round and garnering attention for his expressive playing style
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