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Jewish grandmother sentenced to death in Iran hopes for salvation in Holland

UTRECHT, Netherlands – To the dozens of revelers of this city’s main Purim party, a Jewish grandmother who cooks the event’s annual Persia-themed holiday feast is a rare communal asset.  More...

U.S. Embassy to move in May, Israel’s 70th birthday

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration will formally move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv in May to coincide with Israel’s 70th anniversary.  More...

The accusations against Benjamin Netanyahu: What you need to know

Benjamin Netanyahu is in trouble. Maybe.  The Israeli prime minister is engulfed simultaneous in four separate scandals, and each day seems to bring him more bad news. Netanyahu could be indicted or pushed out of office – or both.  More...

Polish official: Holocaust law will not lead to criminal charges

(JTA) — The newly passed Polish Holocaust law will not lead to criminal charges, according to a government minister.  The law, which takes effect at the end of the month, criminalizes claims that the Polish nation or state are responsible for Nazi crimes.  More...

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