The announcement was released by the governments of Australia, Canada, Chile, Iceland, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Sweden, the U.K. and the U.S.
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The university will honor Clinton for his commitment to the State of Israel, Mideast coexistence and social and economic sustainability, and NYU President Emeritus John Sexton for his commitment to academic excellence and diversity in education.
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Menorahs have previously been lit in the White House, but this is the first time one has been included as part of an official display.
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Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu will have until Dec. 21 to form a new government.
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The exhibition will also feature a copy of the Rambam’s "Mishneh Torah" that was reportedly personally signed by Maimonides.
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The summit celebrated the seismic change that the agreements, which normalized relations between Israel and several Arab countries, have brought to the Middle East and North Africa.
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The School of the Art Institute of Chicago stated that it “repudiates” the rapper’s “anti-Black, antisemitic, racist, and dangerous statements, particularly those directed at Black and Jewish communities.”
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“We’re sorry if another passenger’s attire was in poor taste,” Southwest Airlines’ Twitter account responded.
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Following the U.S.-Iran match on Nov. 29, security officers at the World Cup pinned and detained a spectator chanting, “Women, life, freedom.”
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“Top Story” with Jonathan Tobin and guest Tevi Troy, Ep. 72.
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Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout is released from a federal penitentiary in a prisoner exchange for basketball star Brittney Griner.
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Vladislav Shain "fought heroically from the very beginning of the invasion,” says Ukrainian Chief Rabbi Moshe Azman.
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Elevated threat level is seen for Bezalel Smotrich and Itamar Ben-Gvir.
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Two of those prosecuted allegedly initiated contact with the Mossad through its website in search of work.
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The lead projectile bears the Greek inscription, “Victory for Heracles and Hauron.”
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The undisclosed nation signed a multi-million dollar contract to purchase the defense company’s Typhoon naval Remote Control Weapons System.
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