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The monument was commissioned by the Dutch Auschwitz Committee but funded in part by the public, with 84,000 people paying $58 each to dedicate one of the bricks.
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“No $10 million ruling will deter an organization with a billion-dollar budget,” says Shurat HaDin Israel Law Center, which represented the plaintiffs.
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The human bones were found in a basement, thought to have resulted from a Jew hiding from German forces that destroyed the area during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943.
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“There is no doubt that an escalation is occurring,” said Cmdr. Doron Turgeman, head of the Jerusalem Police District.
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(JTA) — Police in London have arrested a man in connection with a series of six assaults on Jews in areas of the city with large Jewish communities.
“As terror and suffering continue to grow in this world, Israel and the United States must continue to join forces, and fight hate and evil from our midst,” said Acting Consul General in New York Israel Nitzan.
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The former Solon schools band director was arraigned Aug. 23 on an additional count of gross sexual imposition bringing the number of alleged victims to 10 and the number of charges against him to 19.
U.S. Secretary Antony Blinken calls on Polish President Andrzej Duda not to sign the bill into law • “This immoral law harms the friendship and bilateral relations between Israel and Poland,” says Knesset Speaker Mickey Levy.
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(JTA) — The grave of a daughter of the Breslover movement’s founder, Rabbi Nachman, was razed and desecrated with pig heads.