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US Seeking Iran Treaty to Cover Nuclear and Missile Concerns

The administration is enhancing its diplomatic efforts to make sure Iranian oil sales will be "close to zero" when tougher US oil sanctions against Tehran are imposed on November 4.

Madison U. Student Council Issues Ice Cream Manifesto Fighting the Forces of Beef

We can't help but wonder if this might not represent yet another sign for the end of civilization as we used to know it.

Jew Wannabe Julia Salazar Wins Democratic Primary

As is common in the city, winning the NY State Democratic primary is the real election – often the Republicans don't even bother to name a competitor.

Trump Administration Reopens Rutgers Anti-Semitism Investigation Dropped by Obama WH

“The facts in this case, many of which were disregarded by the previous administration, are troubling.”

Baseball Hall of Fame Celebrates Jewish Big League Spy Moe Berg

Yankees and Mets legendary manager Casey Stengel said he was "the strangest man ever to play baseball."

Pence Pushed Paraguay to Keep Embassy in Jerusalem

"The Vice President strongly encouraged President Abdo Benitez to follow through with Paraguay’s previous commitment to move the embassy."

Campus ‘Anti-Semitism Tracker’ Unveiled

Free access now available to a Library of photos and videos documenting anti-Semitic incidents.

Roseanne Barr Is Making Aliyah, Maybe

In a 2011 interview, Roseanne said she would like to run for Prime Minister of Israel.

KFC Announces It’s Definitely Coming Back to Israel

KFC was smuggled into Gaza through tunnels, and the smugglers were charging a steep $27 for 12-piece bucket.

Who Is a Jew? Probably Not Julia Salazar

From pro-Israel Christian, Salazar became a bona fide anti-Zionist Jewish activist.

Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro Slays Sexually Abusive Priests

"While the grand jury named 301 predator priests, they actually got reports on more than 400," Shapiro said.

US Rejects UN Court Jurisdiction on Iran Suit Over Nuke Deal Withdrawal, Sanctions

The American delegation was given three hours to present its initial response on Tuesday, which it did.

Great Jewish American Playwright Neil Simon Dead at 91

Simon did not write about Jewish subjects, but much of his work was rooted in New York Jewish life.
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Iran News Agency: US Anti-Iran Senator Dead

"McCain was a staunch ally of the Zionist regime of Israel and a strong advocate of using all kinds of pressure against Iran."

John McCain Was a Great Friend of Israel

"He loved his country with all his might and knew the challenges of the State of Israel."

Strife Bursting Behind Colorado City Vote for Sisterhood with Negev Municipality

A Jewish resident fought tooth and nail against letting the Israeli municipality in.

Two Israeli High Tech Pioneers Partner on First Auto-Grow Device for Medical Cannabis

Through their new partnership, Cannabics and Seedo will develop the first controlled device for growing medical cannabis at home.

NYC Council to Name Brooklyn Street After Chabad-Lubavitch Couple

"Their critical work to advance education and civil rights is a model for all of us."

Destined to Be First Muslim Congresswoman, Rashida Tlaib Breaks with J Street

Fooled us once, shame on us. There won't be a second fooling.

15 Yeshivas Suspected of Cutting Secular Studies Refused to Let Investigators In

New York State Law requires nonpublic schools to provide instruction "substantially equivalent to that provided in public schools."

Jews Talk Back to Peter Beinart

Prime Minister Netanyahu has since apologized for the Israeli police brutality against the gifted American visitor, suggesting it was human error. Bibi, as Bibi does, was lying.

Skokie Baseball Field Named After Orthodox Jewish Youth Who Died of Cancer

“Caleb played sports like he lived life: with passion, with pride and always looking out for the other guy,” his mother said.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Natural Constituents Lovefest at Museum of Jewish Heritage

Everybody in the place was careful not to mention Israel or Jews.

Report: Israel-Related Incidents Far More Likely to Create Hostile Campus Environment

University administrators have generally been far less likely to adequately address Israel-related incidents than they have acts of classic anti-Semitism.

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