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                  Oldest Russia’s Far-East Synagogue Celebrates 100th Birthday
                  Oldest Russia’s Far-East Synagogue Celebrates 100th Birthday
                  02.10.2017, Community Life

                  Vladivostok’s Beit Sima synagogue celebrated its 100th-anniversary last week. It is the only synagogue in Primorsky Krai region and the oldest functioning synagogue in all of Russia’s Far-East.

                  British Interior Minister refuses London's Mayor request to ban Hezbollah's 'political wing'
                  British Interior Minister refuses London's Mayor request to ban Hezbollah's 'political wing'
                  02.10.2017, Jews and Society

                  Every year flags of terrorist group Hezbollah are seen at demonstrations in London, like in June during the anti-Israel Al Quds Day march. Demonstrators are able to fly Hezbollah flags because they claim they are showing solidarity with the political wing of the Lebanese organisation.

                  8 Israelis remain missing following Las Vegas mass shooting
                  8 Israelis remain missing following Las Vegas mass shooting
                  02.10.2017, Jews and Society

                  Eight Israelis remain unaccounted for following a mass shooting attack at a Las Vegas Music festival Sunday night that killed 50

                  Member of the Swiss parliament resignes after comparing the transportation of pigs for farming to the transportation of prisoner
                  Member of the Swiss parliament resignes after comparing the transportation of pigs for farming to the transportation of prisoner
                  02.10.2017, Jews and Society

                  A member of the Swiss parliament has resigned after comparing the transportation of pigs for farming to the transportation of prisoners to Auschwitz.

                  World Jewish Congress head sharply criticizes European Parliament for hosting terrorist Leila Khaled
                  World Jewish Congress head sharply criticizes European Parliament for hosting terrorist Leila Khaled
                  02.10.2017, Jews and Society

                  World Jewish Congress (WJC) President Ronald S. Lauder has sharply criticized the European Parliament for hosting last week Leila Khaled, a convicted Palestinian terrorist who continues to advocate violence against Israelis.

                  US House of Representatives committee tightens sanctions against Hezbollah
                  US House of Representatives committee tightens sanctions against Hezbollah
                  29.09.2017, Israel and the World

                  The U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Relations Committee passed two bipartisan bills this week to tighten sanctions on Hezbollah terror organization.

                  Leila Khaled, a member of a terrorist group blacklisted by the EU, speaks in the European Parliament
                  Leila Khaled, a member of a terrorist group blacklisted by the EU, speaks in the European Parliament
                  29.09.2017, Israel and the World

                  Leila Khaled, a member of a terrorist group blacklisted by the EU, speaks in the European Parliament where she glorifies terrorism and trivializes the Holocaust

                  Jewish groups criticize Interpol for admitting the Palestinian Authority
                  Jewish groups criticize Interpol for admitting the Palestinian Authority
                  28.09.2017, Jews and Society

                  Jewish organizations criticized Interpol, the international organization for criminal police, for granting the Palestinian Authority full membership.

                  FJC Camps Fill the Summer Void for FSU Jewish Kids
                  FJC Camps Fill the Summer Void for FSU Jewish Kids
                  28.09.2017, Community Life

                  This summer FJC’s Gan Israel network ran 40 day-camps and 12 sleep-away camps across the FSU.

                  Europe must learn from Israel's response to terrorism
                  Europe must learn from Israel's response to terrorism
                  27.09.2017, Israel and the World

                  Since the vague of terrorist attacks struck in various capitals of Europe, European governments have been seeking the experience and advice from Israel on fighting against terrorism.

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