Nazi war criminals should not be receiving Social Security benefits, a White House spokesman said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly has withdrawn his support for a bill that would allow local rabbis to oversee conversions.
The oldest synagogue in Buffalo was demolished despite the efforts of two demonstrators who chained themselves to a pillar in the building.
A mosque near Nablus was damaged in a fire and vandalized in an attack that area residents blamed on Jewish extremists.
Israel’s embassy in London condemned the British Parliament’s symbolic vote for recognizing Palestinian statehood as undermining peace efforts.
The lead witness against Julius and Ethel Rosenberg died in July at 92.
The death of David Greenglass, who was Ethel Rosenberg’s brother, was not immediately reported because he was living under an assumed name and his family did not publicize his passing.
Religious leaders and elected officials in New York City denounced two recent attacks in Brooklyn — against a deli and a JCC executive.
Two Penn State students who pleaded guilty to spray-painting anti-Semitic graffiti on a mostly Jewish fraternity house were sentenced to community service and probation.
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Jerusalem — Women of the Wall launched an ad campaign on public buses in Jerusalem to promote bat mitzvah ceremonies at the Western Wall.
A pro-Israel group sued New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority for rejecting its advertisement on the city’s public transportation.
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