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50 years after Olympic attack, Israeli marathon team wins gold at Championships in Munich

“In Munich, after everything that happened here in history, to come back and win is something special," said runner Marhu Teferi regarding the 1972 Munich Olympics attack.

By Jacob Gurvis/JTA

UK's Liz Truss, Rishi Sunak underscore Israel ties to win Jewish vote

Both candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak promise to counter Iran’s nuclear ambitions, secure a UK-Israel free trade deal, fight BDS.

By Isla-Rose Deans/The Media Line
JULIA HAART in ‘My Unorthodox Life.’

‘My Unorthodox Life’ family wins $25k for anti-child marriage group on ‘Celebrity Family Feud’

The Haarts, known for their role in Netflix's “My Unorthodox Life,” won $25,000 on “Celebrity Family Feud,” which they donated to a group dedicated to opposing child marriage.


Leaked memo shows Israeli support for far-right law in Bosnia

While most ethnonationalist parties support the proposition, many prominent Bosnian politicians do not, and the leak created a political storm.


These doctors invented a fake disease to save Jews and keep Nazis away

The film “Syndrome K” tells how three doctors in Rome saved a group of Jews from the Nazis in 1943 and 1944 by inventing a fake infectious disease called Syndrome K.


Orthodox Jewish man stabbed in the face by coworker in Montreal - report

The victim survived and is in stable condition, but had a laceration on his right eye, for which he received stitches.

Two Israelis killed in road accident in England

A man in his 80s and a woman in her 30s were declared dead at the scene of a hit-and-run road accident in Ramsgate.

NY Gov. Hochul signs Holocaust education legislation

The legislative package signed Wednesday at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan consists of three bills.


St. Louis man confesses to threatening to blow up synagogue

Cody Steven Rush, 30, confessed in court on Monday to calling the FBI saying he wanted to blow up the Central Reform Synagogue because he "hates Jews."

Bermuda's Jewish community to get its first full-time rabbi

Bermuda has a population of approximately 65,000 residents, "of whom 500 are believed to be Jewish," according to the worldwide Jewish movement. The island also hosts many Jewish tourists every year.

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