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Obama’s Burden: The Nobel Peace Prize

Obama’s dereliction of international and humanitarian responsibilities by failing to implement his infamous “red lines” in Syria led to the Syrian genocide and made a mockery of his Nobel Peace Prize

Patti Smith Forgets Lines as Nobel Awarded to Bob Dylan in Absentia [video]

Also, Literature? How is Dylan getting a prize for literature when he's a songwriter? Who makes the decisions over there, the Norwegian parliament? (Yes).

The Two Jews Who Shared The First Nobel Prize In Medicine

The discovery ultimately established the major defense mechanism in innate immunity, for which he won his Nobel Prize.

Holocaust Author and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel Dead at 87

For ten years after the war, Wiesel refused to write about or discuss his experiences during the Holocaust.

Archbishop Tutu’s Nobel Nominee: Arab Murderer Of Christian Monk

A Palestinian terrorist convicted of murdering a Christian clergyman has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize – by one of the world's most prominent Christian clergymen

Israel Blasts Desmond Tutu’s Nomination of Terrorist for Nobel Peace Prize

Barghouti is serving five life sentences for his role in leading terrorist activities that included dozens of suicide bombings.

Rabbi Israel M. Kirzner Predicted to Win Nobel Prize

Rabbi Israel M. Kirzner has been short-listed to be among predicted winners of this year’s Nobel Prize in Economics.

Three Americans Win Nobel Awards in Economics

Non-Jews finally have taken home some Nobel awards, although not officially Nobel Prizes. After an almost embarrassingly large number of Jews  who won a vast...

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