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Million-dollar ‘Chocolate Bar': First-grade buddies raise seven figures for rare disease

Julie Wiener Two young classmates at a Los Angeles Jewish day school raised $1 million to find a cure for Glycogen Storage Disease. ... [Link]

Belgian minister issues clarification backing kosher slaughter

Anthony Weiss A Belgian minister has assured the Jewish community that kosher slaughter will continue to be allowed, months after threatening a ban that would have called the practice into question. ... [Link]

In Dallas, a storied Jewish ‘Christmas Day Classic’ turns 50

Gabrielle Birkner It all started when 16 friends came together on Christmas 1964, and started a Jewish sports tradition that would span decades. ... [Link]

Haredi circumcision practice infects New York baby with herpes

Anthony Weiss For the fourth time in 2014, a controversial circumcision practice has led to the infection of a New York City baby with neonatal herpes, according to the city’s health department. ... [Link]

Italian police break up right-wing terror plots

Anthony Weiss Italian Jewish leaders praised authorities for breaking up a right-wing extremist network that appeared to have been planning terror attacks around the country. ... [Link]

Abbas congratulates Chile’s ‘Palestino’ soccer team

Julie Wiener Palestine Football Club ignited a controversy earlier this year when it used the entire map of Israel to represent Palestine on the back of its jerseys. ... [Link]

IDF soldier seriously wounded in fight on Gaza border

Ben Sales The IDF returned tank fire, killing Tayseer al-Ismary, 33, a Hamas military commander. ... [Link]

Hebrew University to close for Christmas

Marcy Oster There will be no classes on Thursday, Dec. 25, a new vacation day on the university calendar. ... [Link]

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