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  • Jerusalem synagogue attack leaves four rabbis dead

    Jerusalem synagogue attack leaves four rabbis dead
    — In the pious Har Nof neighborhood in the hills of West Jerusalem, early-morning prayers at a landmark synagogue are an integral part of the rhythm of daily religious life. Those who chose that time and place to strike seemed to know that....
  • Netanyahu on synagogue attack: 'We will settle the score'

    Netanyahu on synagogue attack: 'We will settle the score'
     Two Palestinians armed with a meat cleaver and a gun killed five people in a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday before being shot dead by police, the deadliest such incident in six years in the holy city. Three of the victims held dual U.S.-Israeli...
  • Israelis, Palestinians try to carry on after synagogue attack

    Israelis, Palestinians try to carry on after synagogue attack
    On edge but faithful to their religious routine, worshipers returned on Wednesday to the Jerusalem synagogue where four rabbis and a police officer were killed in a Palestinian attack a day earlier. The bloodstains had been washed away. But four memorial...
  • 'Wise Scholars' victims of Jerusalem synagogue attack

    A New York Times story paints a picture of a neighborhood in grief after a terrorist attack on a Jerusalem synagogue robbed them of their "Wise Scholars." The car crawled slowly through the streets of Har Nof, a loudspeaker on its roof, broadcasting...
  • Steven Salaita files lawsuit against the University of Illinois

    Steven Salaita files lawsuit against the University of Illinois
    Controversial professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer at the University of Illinois was rescinded after he made anti-Israel comments on social media, filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the university has violated the state's open records law. The...
  • Jerusalem synagogue attack: 'Lone wolf' pattern seen in deadly assault

    In the pious Har Nof neighborhood in the hills of West Jerusalem, early-morning prayers at a landmark synagogue are an integral part of the rhythm of daily religious life. Those who chose that time and place to strike seemed to know that. Two...
  • Israel lifts age limit on Muslim men praying at Jerusalem holy site

    For the first time in weeks, Israel lifted age restrictions for Muslim men wanting to pray at a holy site in the walled Old City, and Friday prayers passed peacefully, raising hopes for a cooling of tensions in the wake of a visit to the region by...
  • U.N. human rights investigators denied entry to Israel for Gaza inquiry

    U.N. human rights investigators denied entry to Israel for Gaza inquiry
    Israel said late Wednesday that it would deny entry to representatives of the U.N. Human Rights Council who are investigating potential war crimes committed during the summer’s 50-day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. While widely...
  • Discussing Israel's international development cooperation in Latin America

    Mazal Renford, former director of the Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center in Haifa, Israel, recently visited Miami. During her visit, Renford discussed "Israel's International Development Cooperation in Latin America: Initiatives...
  • Jewish actor featured in 'Phantom' title role

    Actor Cooper Grodin is the first Jewish actor in 19 years to play the title role in the musical "Phantom Of The Opera" running through Nov. 30 at Broward Center. Grodin has been cast in the national tour's 25th anniversary of the Andrew Lloyd Webber...
  • Jerusalem synagogue attack: 'The shock was not to be believed'

    Jerusalem synagogue attack: 'The shock was not to be believed'
    A scant hour after the day’s chilly dawn, the worshipers were in the midst of the “shemoneh esrei” -- the prayer that lies at the very heart of the Jewish liturgy. Then came blood and chaos. “I suddenly heard shots,” said...