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Muslim Terrorists Took 134 Hostages in the Name of Allah in a 1977 Guerrilla Raid – Newsweek

| August 4, 2017

Newsweekpublished this story under the headline SEIZING HOSTAGES SCOURGE OF THE '70s on March 21, 1977.Newsweekis republishing the story.

Corn Stock honors longtime program artist and set designer Bill … – Peoria Journal Star

| July 29, 2017

Leslie Renken Journal Star arts reporter @leslierenken PEORIA Bill Nolden got the theater bug in 1957, and it never went away. Nolden was nearing 30 when an acquaintance asked him to help fill out the chorus in Corn Stock Theatres 1957 production of Carousel. I had one small speaking role, but I got the acting bug and decided I would come back the following year, said Nolden.

US Jewish leaders back metal detectors on Temple Mount – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| July 28, 2017

There is a broad consensus among American Jewish leaders in support of Israel's use of metal detectors to intercept terrorists on Jerusalem's Temple Mount. The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations "supports taking the necessary and appropriate steps to assure security for all and to protect the sanctity of these holy sites," the umbrella group's executive vice chairman and CEO, Malcolm Hoenlein, told JNS.org. Herbert Block, executive director of the American Zionist Movement, said, "If the authorities responsible for security feel certain measures are necessary to meet their responsibility to protect those who visit for prayer or as respectful visitors, it is no different than security considerations at the Vatican, at the [U.S.] Capitol or any other significant location where public access is permitted under applicable law." "In a world where security measures are being enhanced in major gathering places, it's only surprising that the Temple Mount didn't have such measures until now," American Jewish Committee CEO David Harris told JNS.org

B’nai B’rith slams State Dept. for saying ‘lack of hope’ drives terrorism – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| July 23, 2017

WASHINGTON (JTA) Bnai Brith International faulted the Trump administration for adopting the Palestinian narrative in the State Departments annual report on terrorism. In the report released this week, the State Department listed as continued drivers of violence a lack of hope in achieving Palestinian statehood, Israeli settlement construction in the West Bank, settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, the perception that the Israeli government was changing the status quo on the Haram Al Sharif/Temple Mount, and IDF tactics that the Palestinians considered overly aggressive.

Direct Relief Elects Three New Directors to Board – PR Newswire (press release)

| July 18, 2017

Steven A. Amerikaner currently serves as Office Managing Partner for Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP, a national law firm with offices in five California cities, including Santa Barbara

The City: Week of July 21 – Cleveland Jewish News

| July 18, 2017

Singles Scene Saturday, July 22 Crossroads for Jewish Singles of Cleveland dinner at Blazin Bills Restaurant, 7 p.m., 12891 Main Market Rd. (Rt. 422), Burton

Connecting Donald Trump Dots with OC’s Steve Frogue and John G. Schmitz – OC Weekly

| June 27, 2017

(From left:) Steve Frogue, son Jim Frogue, the late John G.

2016 – 2017 Diverse Minds Winners – B’nai B’rith International

| June 23, 2017

First Place: I'm Going To Be Me Written and illustrated by Yingchao He and Trinh Nguyen Stuyvesant High School in New York, N.Y.

Grants available to help local nonprofits – Times Union – Albany Times Union

| June 2, 2017

Grants available to help local nonprofits Albany The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is always trying to extend its reach. A resource for all things nonprofit, the Community Foundation joined forces with the B'nai B'rith Gideon Foundation last year to offer grant funding to organizations that serve low-income seniors, people with disabilities and low-income residents living in Capital Region rental properties

Clovis High’s Hauss wins B’nai B’rith award – Fresno Bee

| May 20, 2017

Fresno Bee Clovis High's Hauss wins B'nai B'rith award Fresno Bee Clovis High School senior Graham Hauss praised his fellow nominees as he accepted the 2017 B'nai B'rith Student Athlete Award on May 15.


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