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(JNS) Allan Englander usually commemorates Sept. 11 at the Tribeca Synagogue, where he was having breakfast after morning minyan that Tuesday in 2001 when he heard a plane had hit the World Trade Center. “We didn’t believe it at first—somebody called in, and we all rushed out and ran to the …

Land Rover North America has announced the reopening of its U.S. Land Rover Experience Centers, with a variety of programs designed to offer fun and rewarding drive experiences. Coached by experts and supported by safety practices, such as contactless signup and payment to help ensure the he…

(JNS) Representatives of multiple Jewish denominations in the United States expressed disapproval of a new law in Texas that makes it nearly impossible for a woman to receive an abortion in the state, especially after the sixth week of pregnancy.

(JNS) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Grossi met with the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Mohammad Eslami on the 12th to discuss issues related to the oversight of Iran’s nuclear program.

(JNS) The Knesset held a commemoration meeting on Sunday to mark eighty years since the Babi Yar massacre, the symbol of what is known as the “Holocaust of the Bullets,” and which began on the eve of Yom Kippur. In just two days, the Nazis murdered nearly all the Jews in Kiev: thirty-three t…

(JNS)  A week into a national hunt for six Palestinian security prisoners who escaped from a jail in northern Israel, police captured two of the fugitives—Yaqoub Qadri and Mahmoud Ardah—in Nazareth on the night of September 10th. Hours later, two others—notorious terror commander Zakaria Zub…

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(JTA) With Jews around the world set celebrating the High Holiday season, the small Jewish communities in six Gulf states, including Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, are planning to take part publicly in some of the traditional holiday rituals for the …

(My Jewish Learning) Each year, countless notes are stuffed into the cracks of the Western Wall, the last remaining wall of the Temple Mount, the elevated plaza in the Old City of Jerusalem on which the Temple stood. The site is the holiest in Judaism and a tradition emerged centuries ago of…

(JTA) Six months after his internet posts attacking Jews came to light, a U.S. Foreign Service officer remains employed by the State Department while at least seventy of his co-workers sent a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken demanding his dismissal.

(JNS) The latest FBI report on hate crimes shows that the number of incidents continues to rise year to year in the U.S., with seven thousand seven hundred and fifty-nine total hate crimes reported in 2020 as compared to seven thousand five hundred and seventeen in 2019.”

(JNS) A public library system in Philadelphia is promising to make operational changes after drawing criticism for what some community members are considering an effort to indoctrinate children and parents against Israel through books, videos and resource links that show a biased pro-Palesti…

(JNS) Israel approved a series of steps to relax restrictions on the Gaza Strip that were imposed since Hamas rocket attacks that numbered in the thousands and the resulting Israel Defense Forces’ “Operation Guardian of the Walls,” which took place between May 10 and May 21.

(JNS) Israel opened a Chinese-operated shipping port in Haifa geared to increase competition and the country’s status as a trading nexus.

(JNS)  A wide-scale manhunt was underway in Israel on the morning of the 6th, after six Palestinians escaped from a high-security prison in the country’s north. The escapees were soon identified by authorities as members of terrorist groups.

(JTA) In a Rosh Hashanah call September second,  with a thousand rabbis across the denominational spectrum, President Joe Biden rededicated his presidency to combating hate and extremism and called on the Senate to swiftly confirm his nominee for antisemitism monitor, Deborah Lipstadt.