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New Israeli ethics guidelines call for treating terrorist first in some cases

JERUSALEM (JTA) – Newly issued guidelines call for paramedics at the scene of a terrorist attack to triage the wounded according to the severity of the injury, even if that means treating a terrorist first.  More...

Paris synagogue goers mildly poisoned by irritant smeared on lock

(JTA) – Fourteen people were mildly poisoned by a toxic substance that was applied to the keypad of an electronic lock of a synagogue south of Paris.  Members of the Jewish community of Bonneuilsur Marne on Monday, Dec. 14, called rescue services to report a sudden strong burning sensation in their eyes and itchy rashes on their skin, Le Parisien reported.  More...

FAU moving to fire professor who harassed Sandy Hook parents

(JTA) – Florida Atlantic University is moving to fire a professor after the parents of the Jewish boy killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting accused him of harassment.  More...

Itzhak Perlman named winner of $1 million ‘Jewish Nobel’

Itzhak Perlman, the Israeli-born violin virtuoso, was named the third winner of the Genesis Prize. Perlman was named the winner on Monday, Dec. 14, of the annual $1 million prize that has been dubbed the “Jewish Nobel.” He joins former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the actor-director Michael Douglas as recipients. More...

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