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Solzhenitsyn mourned: was the anti-Stalinist anti-Semitic?

JERUSALEM — Renowned anti-Communist and Nobel laureate author Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who passed away on Sunday, August 2, 2008, at 89, is being mourned in Russia and...

Joe Lieberman embraces Rev. Hagee

WASHINGTON — The choir danced a hora, the fiddler played a hoedown, Joe Lieberman cited scripture and Pastor John Hagee said his enemies would never draw him away from...

Olmert to resign after Kadima head picked

JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Ehud Olmert held a special press conference on Wednesday, July 30, to announce that he will not run in the Kadima primary scheduled to take...

Immigration raid on kosher plant slammed

WASHINGTON — Witnesses at recent congressional hearings described the federal immigration raid on the country’s largest kosher plant as a travesty of justice, a...

Jewish kisses and curses for 10th circuit

In a legal slugfest waged in Denver last week, a Christian university traded punches with the State of Colorado — and won by a knockout. The Jews were paying very...

‘Genocide Olympics’ fails

NEW YORK — Sudan’s president may soon be the target of an arrest warrant for the killings in Darfur, and Iran was blasted by the US and Europe for testing […]

Obama visits Israel, Middle East

By Jerusalem Post JERUSALEM —— US Democratic presidential aspirant Barack Obama brought his campaign to Israel Tuesday evening for a whirlwind tour that Israeli...

Liberal Jewish groups organizing immigration rally at Iowa kosher plant

NEW YORK — An interfaith coalition is planning to demonstrate next week in Postville, Iowa, in support of justice for workers and comprehensive immigration reform....

Second bulldozer attack in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM — In an apparent imitation of an attack nearly three weeks ago, an Arab construction worker rampaged through the streets of Jerusalem on a bulldozer, crushing...

Swap muddies the talks to free Shalit

JERUSALEM — The long-awaited resolution to the Lebanese hostage crisis has cast a pall over efforts to retrieve the Israeli soldier held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip....


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