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Mrs. Muriel Polan Lap, 99, Palm Bay, Florida passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 27, 2023, at Life Care Center of Palm Bay surrounded by her family following a brief illness. Mrs. Lap was born Aug.... Full story



Mrs. Sheila Miller, 89, of Maitland, Florida passed away peacefully Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2023, at Advent Health Hospice surrounded by family following a brief illness. Mrs. Miller was born Jan. 15,... Full story



Mrs. Shawn K. Ornstein, 78, formerly of Clermont, Florida passed away Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023, in Chesapeake, Virginia following a brief illness. Mrs. Ornstein was born March 25, 1945, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the late Charles and Edna... Full story



Mrs. Libby Schores, 96, of Fern Park, Florida passed away peacefully Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2023, at Strive ALF following a brief illness. Mrs. Schores was born May 17, 1927, in Ratner Saskatchewan, Canada to the late Paul and Sarah (Taback) Schores. She... Full story



Mr. Charles B. Silverman, 92, formerly of Orlando, passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 27, 2023, in Seattle, Washington following a brief illness. Mr. Silverman was born Oct. 28, 1930, in Norfolk,... Full story


IDF ground forces take over Hamas stronghold in northern Gaza

(JNS) — Israel Defense Forces’ ground forces made significant gains in northern Gaza on Oct. 31, as Israeli Air Force fighter jets, acting on Shin Bet intelligence, launched a large-scale strike on Hamas’s Jabaliya Battalion and killed its...

 By David Isaac    News    November 10, 2023

Netanyahu calls civilized world to arms against 'forces of barbarism'

(JNS) — The Jewish state is fighting a war against “the forces of barbarism” for itself and for all decent countries, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told foreign reporters on Monday. “It is a time for everyone to decide where...


Weekly roundup of world briefs

Bolivia severs ties with Israel over war in Gaza By Gabe Friedman (JTA) — Bolivia’s foreign ministry announced Tuesday that it is severing diplomatic ties with Israel over what it called Israel’s crimes against humanity in its war with Hamas...


Tragic accounts of what happened in the Negev

(JNS) — Eden Zechariah had told her family she was coming home when terrorists started shooting at the outdoor music festival she attended Oct. 7. Her boyfriend, Ofek Kimchi, was killed trying to protect her and she was dragged off to Gaza...

 By Andrew Lapin    News    November 10, 2023

White House decries 'grotesque' antisemitic campus activities in support of Hamas attacks

(JTA) — The White House denounced “antisemitic messages being conveyed on college campuses” in a statement Thursday, condemning students groups that have praised Hamas’ attack on Israel or “call for the annihilation of the state of...


Jewish students start lawsuits to battle campus antisemitism, hate crimes

(JNS) — Following a series of anti-Israel protests on campus—some which have turned violent—and a lack of adequate responses by university administrations, Jewish students are now turning to the U.S. legal system. “There has been an...


A true story of a good deed between a Muslim and a Jew becomes a short film

(JTA) - In 1941 Sarajevo, a Muslim woman hid her Jewish friend from fascist roundups. Half a century later, that same Muslim woman was trapped in the besieged capital during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War...


The Gaza Strip: Past, present and possible future

(JNS) - The Gaza Strip is a complex piece of land that has been at the center of disputes in the Land of Israel dating back thousands of years. The roughly 40-kilometer-long (24.9 miles) coastal...


Popular kids video game Roblox has become gathering space for pro-Palestinian protests

(JTA) - Israel's Ministry of National Security is urging parents to report any pro-Palestinian harassment their children experience on the video game platform Roblox. As Israel's war with Hamas is...


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