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Today in Jewish History: Neo-nazis in Skokie, Illinois

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1977, a neo-Nazi group planned to march in Skokie, Illinois, in a largely Jewish neighborhood that was home to many Holocaust survivors. It was believed that the march would be disruptive, and the city refused to allow it. The American Civil Liberties Union came to the Nazis’ support, and in 1978 […]

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Ahmadinejad Was Not Mistranslated: What Iranian Leaders Really Say about Doing Away with Israel

From Ahmadinejad Was Not Mistranslated: What Iranian Leaders Really Say about Doing Away with Israel: Over the past several years, Iranian leaders – most prominently, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – have made numerous statements calling for the destruction of Israel and the Jewish people. While certain experts have interpreted these statements to be simple expressions […]

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Arab-Israeli Conflict Nazism What happened in 1967 Year: 1967 Zionism

Few Jordanians Will Mention “Israel”

Any Israeli trying to enter Jordan will be turned away at the border if he is wearing or carrying any Jewish religious paraphernalia. Jordanian authorities explain, that this behavior stems from – get this – “security concerns”. Jews, after all, are prized targets for terrorists. By this reasoning, stopping people with overtly Jewish appearances, or […]

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Jewish prayer book used as toilet paper

Haifa’s police reconnaissance unit entered an apartment in their city on Saturday night only to find pages torn from a Jewish prayer book being used as toilet paper. Six suspects between the ages of 18-20 were brought before the Haifa Magistrate’s Court on Sunday morning as police requested their arrest be extended for questioning. Investigators […]

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Shavout

Shavuot is the day the Torah was given — celebrating the supernatural encounter between God and the Israelites at Mount Sinai, an event which changed mankind forever. Shavuot commemorates the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai and is also the Festival of the First Fruits or the Feast of the […]