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UN decries spokesman in PMs office for calling UNRWA chief a Jew-killing enabler – The Times of Israel

| July 19, 2024

UNITED NATIONS The United Nations says comments by a spokesman in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus office about the head of the UN agency helping Palestinian refugees are reprehensible and threatening.

Palestinian Bid to Ban Israel From Soccer Is Put Off – The New York Times

| July 19, 2024

Soccers global governing body, FIFA, said it had reached an agreement on Thursday with the federations representing Israelis and Palestinians that put off a decision on a potentially explosive dispute until after the Olympics. The dispute, prompted by a Palestinian bid to temporarily suspend Israel from the sport over its actions in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied West Bank, spares FIFA from a ruling that could have led to Israels team being thrown out of the mens tournament at the Games less than a week before the competition is to begin

Sydneys oldest synagogue vandalized with banner reading sanction Israel – The Times of Israel

| July 19, 2024

Were really pleased that youve read X Times of Israel articles in the past month. Thats why we started the Times of Israel eleven years ago - to provide discerning readers like you with must-read coverage of Israel and the Jewish world. So now we have a request

Tree of Life Synagogue to Break Ground on New Sanctuary, and New Mission – The New York Times

| June 27, 2024

Debates over antisemitism have flared for months on college campuses, in local government meetings and in Congress, in many cases boiling down to bitter disagreements over what is, and what is not, antisemitism. There was no such argument five and a half years ago in Pittsburgh. When 11 worshipers were killed at the Tree of Life synagogue on Oct

Derbent Synagogue engulfed in flames after deadly terrorist attack – The Times of Israel

| June 27, 2024

The only synagogue in the city of Derbent in Russia is on fire following a deadly and coordinated terrorist attack that also included several other targets in the restive state of Dagestan. The synagogue is on fire, the official news service of the State of Dagestan said in an update about Sundays attack, which authorities say is the work of jihadist extremists. Two people, both security officers, are dead as a result of the attack in Derbent, Interfax reports.

A Palestinian Professor Spoke Out Against the Gaza War. Israel Detained Her. – The New York Times

| June 15, 2024

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, a Palestinian professor at a prominent Israeli university, first waded into the debate over the Gaza war by joining academics worldwide in signing a letter that called for a cease-fire. It branded Israels assault on the territory a genocide and the leaders of her university responded by urging her to resign.

Vandals Splash Graffiti on Home of Jewish Director of Brooklyn Museum – The New York Times

| June 15, 2024

The homes of the Jewish director of the Brooklyn Museum and other museum leaders were vandalized early Wednesday morning in a coordinated attack, according to a museum spokeswoman. Vandals attacked the Brooklyn Heights home of Anne Pasternak, director of the museum, by smearing red paint and graffiti across the entry of her apartment building and hanging a banner that accused her of being a white-supremacist Zionist

Some 2 dozen arrested in anti-Israel protest at UCLA; rabbi accosted, called a ‘pedophile’ – The Times of Israel

| June 15, 2024

LOS ANGELES Police have thwarted attempts by pro-Palestinian demonstrators to set up a new anti-Israel encampment at the University of California, Los Angeles, where officers cleared a previous camp this spring after it was attacked by counterprotesters following mounting accusations of antisemitic harassment against Jewish students. Approximately 25 people were arrested late Monday for willful disruption of university operations and one for interfering with an officer, UCLA police say in a statement.

European rabbi who slammed calls for Jews to move to Israel now says they may be coming – The Times of Israel

| June 7, 2024

A prominent rabbi from Brussels who once criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for calling on European Jews to move to Israel now asks the Jewish state to prepare for a wave of immigrants from the continent due to antisemitism. My message to the Israeli prime minister today is not as sure as it used to be, says Menachem Margolin, head of the European Jewish Association lobby group in Brussels, at a conference in Amsterdam on combating antisemitism

Germany gives Claims Conference $114 million for ‘acute assistance’ to Holocaust survivors – The Times of Israel

| June 7, 2024

The Claims Conference secures a $114 million increase in funding from Germany for social welfare services on behalf of Holocaust survivors worldwide. The funding is for acute assistance for the next two calendar years, the Claims Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which represents the Jewish people in compensation talks with Germany for the Holocaust, says in a statement.


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