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Israel at 67; Jewish State to Acquire 70 F-35 Lighting II Fighter Jets

Israel at 67; Jewish State to Acquire 70 F-35 Lighting II Fighter Jets

Russia’s Sale of S-300 Air Defense System to Iran Won’t be Impediment

A palpable excitement is in the air all across the State of Israel as preparations are underway to usher in the Jewish state’s 67th birthday. Coming in the immediate aftermath of Yo...

WJC’s Ronald Lauder Addresses ‘March of the Living’ in Hungary; Denounces Nazi Style Jobbik Party’s Electoral Gains

WJC’s Ronald Lauder Addresses ‘March of the Living’ in Hungary; Denounces Nazi Style Jobbik Party’s Electoral Gains

World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Ronald S. Lauder strongly denounced anti-Semitism an...

Dr. David Samadi Interviews Hopeful Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson

Dr. David Samadi Interviews Hopeful Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson

Newly appointed Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. David Samadi discusses with potential 201...

World Powers Reach Tentative Agreement with Iran on Future of Nuclear Program

World Powers Reach Tentative Agreement with Iran on Future of Nuclear Program

After eight days of intense talks, negotiators from the United States, Iran and the Europe...

Collins Avenue Comes Alive in the Super Luxurious Porsche Design Tower

Collins Avenue Comes Alive in the Super Luxurious Porsche Design Tower

Luxury living in Miami Beach has just received a shot in the arm, as prospective apartment...

 

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

A Brooklyn district judge on Wednesday, April 8, rejected a bid by Jordan-based Arab Bank to overturn a verdict by a jury that found it liable for supporting terrorism ag...

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24 Days, 26 Murderers: The Story of Ilan Halimi

24 Days, 26 Murderers: The Story of Ilan Halimi

From Dreyfus to Hyper Cacher, an anti-Semitic continuum of tragedy.

Algerian born French filmmaker, Alexandre Arcady, has directed a small masterpiece. 24 Days is a grippi...

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American Cars Set to 'Invade' Israeli Showrooms

American Cars Set to 'Invade' Israeli Showrooms

Israelis could soon see a lot more American cars on their roads, after Israel and the United States signed a deal last week that increased cooperation on transportation i...

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Damaging Classified Documents Left at Abandoned IDF Base

Damaging Classified Documents Left at Abandoned IDF Base

Reporters find documents on military structure, force deployment, emergency protocol at base that stood open over a year.

In a shocking neglect of duty and endangering of ...

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Brooklyn College Junior Jake Levin Named Harry S. Truman Scholar

Brooklyn College Junior Jake Levin Named Harry S. Truman Scholar

Brooklyn College political science and philosophy major Jake Levin has been named a 2015 Harry S. Truman Scholar, an award that will grant him $30,000 toward tuition for ...

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NY Methodist Hospital Establishes Trauma Center

NY Methodist Hospital Establishes Trauma Center

April has marked a new beginning for emergency services at New York Methodist Hospital (NYM), and for all Brooklynites who may need life-saving care in the days, weeks, m...

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Iran Charging US Journalist Rezaian with Four Crimes

Iran Charging US Journalist Rezaian with Four Crimes

Iran is charging Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian with four crimes, including espionage, the newspaper said on Monday in a report offering the first details about...

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Remembering Turkey’s Role in the Armenian Genocide

Remembering Turkey’s Role in the Armenian Genocide

In no manner shape or form, can Turkey's current President, Recep Tayyid Erdogan be compared favorably to the first president and founder of the modern Turkish Republic, ...

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Make the Omer Count

Make the Omer Count

Instead of counting "down" toward the big day, we count "up" from one to 50. Why?

The Jewish people left Egypt on Passover, and 50 days later (on the holiday of Shavuot) r...

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Hamptons Prices Drop as Climate Change Worsens

Hamptons Prices Drop as Climate Change Worsens

Sales slump speculations previously held at bay are becoming a tip of the tongue topic as reports of plummeting sale prices in the Hamptons show steady decrease. Jonathan...

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American Jewry’s Moment of Decision – Part 1

American Jewry’s Moment of Decision – Part 1

This week in two meetings with prominent American Jews, President Barack Obama threw down the gauntlet. Either the Jews of America will rise to the challenge or they will...

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Parshas Tazria-Metzora – Life and Death Are In The Tongue

Parshas Tazria-Metzora – Life and Death Are In The Tongue

Most of us are under the erroneous impression that loshen hora constitutes only that which is gossip and slander, but if you know for a fact that the information that you...

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Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, Zt’l Laid to Rest in Gush Etzion

Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein,  Zt’l Laid to Rest in Gush Etzion

Thousands of mourners converged Tuesday morning on the small town of Alon Shvut in Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem, to pay their respects to Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, a ...

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Bet You Don’t Know About This Southern Tourist Oasis

Bet You Don’t Know About This Southern Tourist Oasis

Arad lies west of the Dead Sea, south of the Judean Desert and north of the Eastern Negev with its moon-like craters and breathtaking ridges.

Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa … ...

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Iran Deal Frees Up New Financing to Carry Out Terrorism

Iran Deal Frees Up New Financing to Carry Out Terrorism

The framework agreement on Iran's nuclear program is set to refill Iran's coffers and enable the Islamic Republic to invest considerable treasure in its regional network ...

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Jewish Coach David Blatt Has NBA’s Cavaliers Surging at Playoff Time

Jewish Coach David Blatt Has NBA’s Cavaliers Surging at Playoff Time

When David Blatt was hired as head coach of the National Basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers last June, he was not highly recognizable when he walked the streets...

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FIFTY SHADES OF JEWS

FIFTY SHADES OF JEWS

On the occasion of Israel’s 67th birthday, the Jewish Voice has chosen to celebrate the immense diversity of the Jewish nation. The population of world Jewry today stands...

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BNP Paribas Bank Sentenced to Forfeiture of Nearly $8.9B in Penalties

BNP Paribas Bank Sentenced to Forfeiture of Nearly $8.9B in Penalties

On Wednesday April 15, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. announced the sentencing and final resolution of the criminal investigation into BNP Paribas S.A. (...

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Art Basel Draws World’s Wealthiest to Miami

Art Basel Draws World’s Wealthiest to Miami

Sunday, December 7, marked the conclusion of Miami Art Weeks 13th and largest annual fair. It lived up to its reputation of being a top tourist draw for south Florida, wi...

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And You Should Tell Your Children – Parshat Vayigash

And You Should Tell Your Children – Parshat Vayigash

For Hanukah this year I received two memorable gifts. The first was an unusual dreidel created using a 3D printer. For those unfamiliar, 3D printing is a process where on...

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State Department Won’t Rule Out $50 Billion ‘Signing Bonus’ For Iran

State Department Won’t Rule Out $50 Billion ‘Signing Bonus’ For Iran

The State Department on Monday would not rule out giving Iran up to $50 billion as a so-called “signing bonus” for agreeing to a nuclear deal later this year, according t...

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