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    Unearthed fortress in Israel illustrates Chanukah story

    A fortress dating to the Hellenistic Era that the Hasmoneans burned to the ground has been excavated in an Israel Antiquities Authority dig in the Lachish Forest, the...

    Infrastructure bill includes $50 million for nonprofits

    By Dmitriy Shapiro President Joe Biden held an outdoor ceremony at the White House on Monday to sign the hard-won Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, otherwise known...

    Uphill struggle for Iraq-Israel peace

    Following arrest warrants being issued and public death threats made against many of the 300 Iraqi Muslim leaders calling for their government to make peace with Israel...

    Syrians wounded in Israeli strike

    JERUSALEM (JNS) — Israel struck a number of targets in Syria’s central and coastal regions on Monday, Nov. 8, wounding two Syrian soldiers and causing material...

    Israel sends 140-member delegation to Glasgow climate conference

    By Alex Traiman GLASGOW — Part of a 140-member Israeli delegation to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the 26th UN Climate Change Convention, Environment Minister Tamar...

    Surveys take temperature on anti-Semitism

    For the third year in a row, the American Jewish Committee has released a survey about anti-Semitism in the US and found large discrepancies in results between Jewish...

    Jewish Life Photo Bank: women!

    The Jewish Life Photo Bank is releasing what they call the first-of-its-kind photo bank representing Orthodox Jewish life, including positive images of Jewish women and...

    Jailbreak in Israel

    Israel Hayom via JNS Riots broke out across the West Bank on Wednesday evening, Sept. 8, and fires broke out at several Israeli prisons, amid rising pressure on the...

    Northeast mop-up in high gear

    By Faygie Holt The Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest, NJ, announced Sept. 3 it will make an emergency allocation of up to $25,000 to help low-income families in...

    Jewish players — men and women — at the US Open

    By Howard Blas When Diego Schwartzman outlasted Kevin Anderson in Sept. 1’s rain-drenched match — requiring relocation from Louis Armstrong to Arthur Ashe Stadium...