(JTA) — When Robert Durst met Susan Berman at UCLA in the late 1960s, they had at least three things in common: They were Jewish, their mother…
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Then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netayahu and his wife Sara speak with the media, in Ofra, Judea and Samaria, on Aug. 13, 2019.
The attorneys who testified in front of a parliamentary commission of inquiry into possible judicial and police misconduct during the investigation of French Jewish woman Sarah Halimi's murder share the series of omissions that led to the perpetrator, Kobili Traore, evading trial.
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“I can’t believe I’m talking about him in the past tense. This is a nightmare. He has a year-and-a-half-year-old son who didn’t do anything to deserve being left fatherless,” said Neria Shlomo Perlzman, 25, who was wounded in the same attack.
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Yehuda Dimentman, 25, a student at the Homesh yeshivah, was shot and killed; he leaves behind a wife and year-old baby.
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Both men, who are incarcerated at Thompson Penitentiary in Illinois, were part of a white-supremacist group, the Valhalla Bound Skinheads.
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A United Nations office’s description of a recent terror victim as a “settler” raises difficult questions regarding the international body’s motives, says Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Gilad Erdan.
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(JTA) — Allegations of child sexual abuse against Chaim Walder, the author of children’s books beloved in the haredi Orthodox market, and the …