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‘Cultural Intifada’ As Artists, Celebrities Cancel Israel Plans

JERUSALEM - Actress Meg Ryan's decision to cancel her appearance at this week's Jerusalem Film Festival didn't garner the same attention in Israel as British rocker Elvis Costello's nixing his Israel concert this spring.

Belgian Court Upholds Shechita Laws Despite Challenge by Lawmakers

Belgian parliamentarians have lost their bid to ban the Jewish ritual slaughter of meat - for now.

Ambassador Danon Protested, Queens Museum Reinstated Pro-Israel Event

“We welcome this step by the Museum to rectify their earlier unfortunate decision."

Norwegian Daily Published Blood Libel Caricature of Circumcision

The Middle Ages have returned to Europe, or maybe they never left. Jews dipping matzos in blood is old hat. Now a Norwegian newspaper depicts circumcision as a violent and bloody religious custom.

Jewish Home, Likud Bill to Limit Foreign Entities’ NGO Donations

An Israeli organization will receive no more than $5,500 from a donor that denies the right of Israel to exist.

Hamas’ Gender Ban Forces UNWRA to Ban Marathon

Long live feminism in Gaza. Hamas believes women are so special that it allows men only in the annual Gaza marathon. UNRWA refused to “respect tradition” and cancels the annual race.

Toulouse Jewish President: Jews, Leave!

Jewish Toulouse leader tells young Jews to leave France.

‘If I Were American. . .’ Steinitz Responds to US Energy Czar on...

Minister Yuval Steinitz says "if he were American he would oppose the deal with Iran" and explains why.

Newest Presidential Hopeful Sparks Debate Among Jewish Republicans

WASHINGTON - To some conservative Jews, Texas Gov. Rick Perry would make an excellent presidential candidate. He's been to Israel more than any other candidate in the field and has said he loves it. And Perry creates jobs.

Russia Giving Up to $1 Million to Auschwitz Conservation Fund

Russia will contribute up to $1 million to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation for the conservation and maintenance of the site of the former Nazi concentration...

State Dept. Program Awards East Jerusalem to Arabs

According to our State Dept., East Jerusalem is an inseparable part of the Palestinian Territories. End of discussion.

Rightwing German Leader Banned from Social Networks for Anti-Muslim Attack

Two years ago, Cologne saw mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve by North African and Arab young men.

UNRWA Rome Summit to Focus on Funding, Not Legitimacy

Rather than to reprimand UNRWA for its abysmal record, which actually invents new refugees every year, the aim of the Rome conference is to solve its funding crisis of $446 million.

France Foils Major Terrorist Attack, Arrests Neo-Nazi

France has arrested a new-Nazi singer who it said was preparing a “major terrorist attack” after his wife bought four rifles. Kristian Vikernes, who was...

US Contends: ISIS Oil Industry in Syria Crippled by Coalition Air Campaign

US military leaders say Syrian oil revenues to ISIS have been drastically cut by US-led coalition air strikes.

French Firm Pulls Out of Jerusalem Cable Car Project after PA Pressure

Saeb Erekat, the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiator, had contacted French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius to complain about the project.

UNESCO Exhibition to Detail Jewish History in Land of Israel

Exhibition to detail Jewish history, ties to Land of Israel

Jewish Teens Attacked with Tear Gas

Two Jewish teenagers reported that they were sprayed with tear gas in an attack in Sarcelles, a northern suburb of Paris. The teens, who were...

France Forces City to Allow Burial of Charles Hebdo Terrorist

A Paris court also banned a planned rally under the banner "Islamists out of France."

UN Envoy Promises Cash for PUG, Calls for End to Gaza Blockade

Serry promised more U.N. money for Gaza and called for lifting the legal blockade of Gaza's borders.

Vienna Police Fines Jewish Students for Waving Israeli Flag

Matthias F., one of the individuals fined by the police, told Vice: "My mother is Israeli, her family are refugees from Iraq and Libya.

Guatemala Holocaust Museum First in Central America

When it opens officially, in early 2017, the museum's permanent collection will focus on the "Holocaust by Bullets."

104 Dead in Tianjin Fireball, Chinese Army Evacuating Residents

Residents around a warehouse at Tianjin port are being evacuated due to hazardous chemicals leak as explosions continue.

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