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Rebranding of Allied Jewish Apartments

Rebranding of  Allied Jewish Apartments

KAVOD Senior Life, formerly Allied Jewish Apartments, is the new name of one of Denver’s leading providers of senior housing and services as well as outreach programs in the broader community.

Michael Klein, executive director of Kavod Senior Life, made the announcement.

Community members are invited to join Kavod Senior Life and celebrate this change at the annual meeting on Monday, April 28, 6 p.m., at 22 S. Adams St.

The evening includes kosher hors d’oeuvres and desserts. Reservations are required.

Kavod Senior Life will remain true to its foundation of Jewish values while being an inclusive and open community.

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National

Saudi to US journalist: Don’t come! Stay out!

Saudi to US journalist: Don’t come! Stay out!WASHINGTON — The White House said it was “deeply disappointed” that Saudi Arabia denied a visa to a Jewish American reporter working for the Jerusalem Post. Michael Wilner, the Israeli newspaper’s Washington bureau chief, planned to cover President Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia this week. “We are deeply disappointed that this credible journalist was denied a visa,” Bernadette Meehan, the spokeswoman for the National Security Council, told JTA in an email. “We will continue to r...
International

Jewish president of Ukraine?

Jewish president of Ukraine?KIEV — Ukrainian Jewish businessman Vadim Rabinovich announced his candidacy for president of Ukraine in the May elections. Rabinovich, 61, the owner and co-founder of Jewish News One and co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament, made the announcement during an interview Tuesday, March 25, for the Vesti.ua news website and online radio service. In the interview, which Rabinovich posted on his Facebook page, he said Ukraine should become a neutral nation, with a small professional army base...
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State, Congress battle over visas

State, Congress battle over visasWASHINGTON — The battle between members of Congress and the State Department over tourist visas for Israelis features two competing archetypes of the young Israeli traveler. The lawmakers paint a picture of a world traveler, matured by service to country, who deserves a break from the stresses of the Middle East. US consular officials, meanwhile, have warned of lawbreakers hawking dubious Dead Sea beauty products in malls and at rest stops. The debate surfaced publicly with a March 6 letter...
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Israel

Talks in crisis, Kerry cites ‘Jewish state’ issue

Talks in crisis, Kerry cites ‘Jewish state’ issueWASHINGTON — John Kerry said Israeli and Palestinian mutual mistrust remains high, and the US secretary of state expressed frustration with the issue of recognizing Israel as a Jewish state. Kerry fielded questions about the Israeli-Palestinian peace process for two days last week from congressional committees probing his department’s budget requests. “I do believe both parties are serious,” Kerry told the foreign operations subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee of the US House ...

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7 associated with Italian anti-Semitic website charged with racial discrimination

Julie Wiener After a lengthy investigation, seven people associated with the anti-Semitic website Holywar were charged this week with racial discrimination and defamation against a long list of public figures incl... [Link]

Will Bill Clinton’s grandchildren be Jewish?

Julie Wiener The Jews (and their haters) react to Chelsea’s big news. ... [Link]

Elsewhere: Israel’s silence on Ukraine, Jodi Rudoren speaks, Walter Benjamin’s fan club

Julie Wiener JTA rounds up noteworthy items from the Web. ... [Link]

This Week in Jewish Farming: Breaking ground

Ben Harris Watching the plow make its first pass through virgin fields seemed akin to what a new mother might feel offering up her son to the mohel, Ben Harris writes. ... [Link]

Rouhani: Iran seeks dialogue, not war

Cnaan Liphshiz Striking a moderate tone toward the West, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said at a military parade that his country seeks dialogue instead of war. ... [Link]

Gap in peace talks wide, Palestinian official says

Cnaan Liphshiz A meeting between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators ended without an agreement to resume peace talks, a Palestinian official said. ... [Link]

Israeli mosque entrance torched in suspected price tag attack

Cnaan Liphshiz Israeli police are investigating the torching of the entrance to a mosque in northern Israel and the spraying of anti-Arab slogans on its walls. ... [Link]

Report: Lebanese man admits to targeting Israelis in Thailand

Cnaan Liphshiz A Lebanese man who was arrested in Thailand on suspicion of belonging to Hezbollah admitted to targeting Israelis, Thai media reported. ... [Link]

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