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Apr 13, 2019
The Stories in My Life: Isaac Bashevis Singer's story set in Warsaw just before WWII explores complex ideas with simplicityThe short story Pigeons was written by Isaac Bashevis Singer in Yiddish and later translated into English jointly by the author and Elizabeth Shub.
Jul 20, 2018
Facebook must stick to German laws that ban Holocaust denial, says BerlinMark Zuckerberg said in an interview that he was Jewish and found it offensive to deny the Holocaust.
Jun 04, 2018
Palestinian man shot dead at Gaza-Israel border, death toll from March increases to 125A Palestinian man was shot dead by the Israeli army when he was trying to breach the Gaza- Israel border. The army said that they were thwarting an 'infiltration attempt' by the 'terrorist'.
Mar 04, 2018
Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu opposes early polls as graft probes intensifyIsraeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he opposes early elections, as corruption probes linked to him intensify speculation over his future.
Aug 17, 2017
101 Traces: Sarah Aunty's Embroidery Shop in Kochi sells specialty Jewish itemsSarah Aunty is one of the last 'Malabar Jews', as the Jewish people from Kochi are also known. The 95-year-old's world famous store, Sarah Cohen's Hand Embroidery, sells Jewish specialty items in 'Jew Town', Mattancherry in Kerala. Her Muslim caretaker, Thaha Ibrahim, shares a touching relationship with her. He fondly remembers the glory days of Jew Town, when both sides of the street were home to members of the Jewish community.
Aug 03, 2017
Benjamin Netanyahu says no govt did as much to boost Jewish settlement in IsraelIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his government had done more than all its predecessors to boost Jewish settlement.
Jun 27, 2017
101 Heartland: The Muslim gatekeepers of Kolkata's Jewish synagogues who have been doing this work for generationsMuslim caretakers have maintained the three main Jewish synagogues of Kolkata for generations, displaying a shining testament to communal harmony in times of discord.
Dec 29, 2016
Kerry warns Israel settlements threaten democracy; Netanyahu says Israelis don't need to be lecturedIn a stern parting shot, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Israel on Wednesday that building settlements on Palestinian land threatens the country's very future as a democracy.
Oct 03, 2016
Philippines' Duterte apologises to Jewish community after Nazi remarks | ReutersMANILA Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte apologised "profoundly and deeply" to the Jewish community on Sunday, and said his references to the Holocaust while discussing his war on drugs were to hit back at critics who had likened him to Adolf Hitler.Duterte said he recognised the comments made in the early hours of Friday had caused outrage among Jewish communities around the world, but he insisted his mention of the Nazi leader was to show how opponents had sought to portray him."I would like to make it now, here and now, that there was never an intention on my part to derogate the memory of the six million Jews murdered," he said in a speech at a festival carried live on television."The reference to me was, I was supposedly Hitler, who killed many people."He added: "I apologise profoundly and deeply to the Jewish community ... it was never my intention, but the problem was I was criticised, using Hitler comparing to me." More than 3,100 people have been killed since Duterte took office three months ago and launched a promised drugs war that was the bedrock of his campaign for elections, which he won by a large margin.Most of those killed so far have been drug users and pushers, with some deaths during shootouts in police operations and others the work of vigilantes, police say.Duterte, 71, has been nicknamed "the Punisher" for his tough stance on crime.
Aug 31, 2016
US activists call for a lift on ban of religious headgear in sporting activitiesOver 50 interfaith and advocacy organisations have called on the International Basketball Federation to lift its ban on religious headgear that bars Muslim, Sikh and Jewish athletes from competing on a professional level and "defies human rights norms".