Articles from the November 28, 2014 edition
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What will ADL's priorities be in a post-Foxman era?
What message is the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) sending to the Jewish community through its recent selection of White House aide and social entrepreneur Jonathan Greenblatt to succeed longtime National Director Abraham Foxman? While some are... Full story
Party After Dark brightens the Childhood Learning Center
Two-hundred guests attended the Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando's "Party After Dark" on Nov. 8, benefiting its Richard S. Adler Early Childhood Learning Center and honoring Shayna's...
'Jewish Soul Food' author Janna Gur wants to make vegetables 'sexy'
NEW YORK (JTA)-Janna Gur's "The Book of New Israeli Food" has sat on my kitchen counter with my other favorite cookbooks for years, and I frequently pull it out for friends and family who are... Full story
In Holocaust restitution affair, Austrian official's admission may undermine state's case
VIENNA (JTA)-An Austrian official's letter is threatening to undermine the central pillar of a controversial court decision that found a Jewish journalist guilty of defrauding the government. On... Full story
Iran's Khamenei takes rhetoric to new level with 9-point list for destroying Israel
Iranian Supreme Leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is known for his anti-Zionist rhetoric, has issued perhaps his most detailed tirade to date in a Twitter post titled "9 key questions about the e... Full story
Is Mahmoud Abbas to blame for Jerusalem synagogue attack?
TEL AVIV (JTA)—After a gruesome attack by two Palestinian cousins left four dead at a Jerusalem synagogue, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu singled out one person for blame: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. In a statement... Full story
U.S. and Israel present a united front at D.C. confabs
WASHINGTON (JTA)—Joe and Bibi? Still buddies. U.S. and Israel? Still allies. Agreement on Iran and the Palestinians? Well. The governments of President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were back on joshing terms this week, but... Full story
Israel develops revolutionary medical marijuana inhaler
(ISRAEL21c)—A first-in-class pocket-sized metered-dose cannabis inhaler helps patients and doctors control, monitor and fine-tune dosages. As medical marijuana debates heat up across the globe, a government-backed Israeli startup has developed the... Full story