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  • Jewish school celebrates official opening

    More than 100 people gathered on Friday for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the official opening of the new home of the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy located at 5225 Hood Road in Palm Beach Gardens. Situated for decades on the Jewish Federation...
  • Occupation of Cyprus underscores hypocrisy of Gaza outrage

    LIMASSOL, Cyprus -- Cyprus is a beautiful island. But it has never recovered from the Turkish invasion of 1974. Turkish troops still control nearly 40 percent of the island -- the most fertile and formerly the richest portion. Some 200,000 Greek refugees...
  • Facebook is no place for political debate

    Facebook is no place for political debate
    Shortly after Israel invaded the Gaza Strip in 2009, a close Muslim friend I'd known since elementary school suddenly disappeared from my Facebook feed. She'd been excoriating Israel in her posts, and I'd said nothing. Then I posted a statistic showing...
  • Menahem Golan dies at 85; producer of '80s action films

    Menahem Golan dies at 85; producer of '80s action films
    Producer/director Menahem Golan, whose prolific output of schlock action movies and occasional prestige projects made him a force to be dealt with in 1980s Hollywood, died Friday in Tel Aviv, according to Israeli and other news sources. He was 85....
  • Israel says missing soldier was killed in Gaza, not captured

    Israel says missing soldier was killed in Gaza, not captured
    Israel's military concluded early Sunday that a soldier thought to have been captured by Palestinian militants was actually killed in combat in the Gaza Strip. The news came after a day in which Israeli forces raked the southern tip of Gaza with...
  • Kerry's strategic blunder gives credence to Hamas' crimes

    John Kerry is upset by heavy criticism from Israelis — left, right and center — of his recent cease-fire diplomacy. But that's only half the story. More significant is the consternation of America's Arab partners, starting with the president...
  • Synagogues come together

    11 local synagogues recently joined together for a Tisha B'Av service at Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Approximately 200 people attended this service on the somber fast day, which commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in...
  • A new 'whey' to control diabetes

    Tel Aviv — Blood sugar surges — after-meal glucose "spikes" — can be life threatening for the 29 million Americans with diabetes. Diabetic blood sugar spikes have been linked to cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, kidney...
  • Birthright trips to Israel carry on

    Despite the war between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist organization, Taglit-Birthright Israel (Birthright) did not cancel any of its trips this summer. Birthright provides heritage, religious and cultural trips to Israel free to young adults...
  • Israel belongs to all of us

    I'm getting married in eight months and my groom to be isn't Jewish. Of course we've discussed religion enough in our five years of dating that we know how we want to handle certain things — there will be a chuppah at the wedding and a moyel for...
  • Pictures in the News | August 4, 2014

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, where Jay Z appears with Beyoncé as part of their On the Run tour....