Watch Prime Minister Netanyahus full address to Congress above. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wove religious, historical and popular culture anecdotes throughout his address to Congress today

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11 historic and pop culture references Netanyahu made to Congress


In a speech to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry said that the bodys record on Israel was deeply concerning and that there had been a disproportionate focus on the country. (Reuters) GENEVA Secretary of State John F.

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Kerry defends Israel against U.N. bias amid strains over Iran nuclear talks

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Judaism is one of the oldest religions in the world today. Jewish history extends back through the ancient Israelite and Hebrew people to Abraham. As a timeline of Judaism shows, through centuries and millenniums of suffering, persecution, dispersion, and victory, Judaism continues to exert a profound influence around the world

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Judaism: Beliefs, History, Practices | Religion Facts

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Helpers, Heroes, and Liberators Spring 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps, the death of Anne Frank, and the end of World War II in Europe. To commemorate these monumental events, The Anne Frank Center USA will host two special exhibitions and a series of programs that honor the victims, survivors and “upstanders” of World War II – the helpers, heroes, and liberators.

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Anne Frank Center USA – Official Site


The ex-wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn writes about her grandfather, a Jewish art dealer in Paris who became an exile during World War II

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Art and family history with Anne Sinclair


Call them either Bycrafts Five or a reincarnation of the Hole in the Wall gang, but a team of four juniors and one senior from Green Valley High School is ready to crack some safes. Science teacher Mike Bycraft and members of the Henderson schools engineering club are headed to Israel in March to compete in an international safecracking competition at the world-renowned Weizmann Institute of Science, a research facility. Bycraft and his students senior Jake Lee and juniors David Li, Corbin Smart, Thomas Conibear and Alexander Gibson will fly to Rehovot, Israel, south of Tel Aviv, for the event featuring 68 teams from around the world

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Israeli competition challenges safe-cracking skills of 4 Clark County school teams


Call them either Bycrafts Five or a reincarnation of the Hole in the Wall gang, but a team of four juniors and one senior from Green Valley High School is ready to crack some safes. Science teacher Mike Bycraft and members of the Henderson schools engineering club are headed to Israel in March to compete in an international safecracking competition at the world-renowned Weizmann Institute of Science, a research facility

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Israeli competition challenges safe-cracking skills of 4 Clark County school teams

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Jewish teens from around the world were in New York Friday, gathering, mingling and bonding for the even known as Chabad Shabbaton.

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Jewish Teens From Around The World Gather In Brooklyn For Shabbaton Event

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Open Source Our software is completely free, so grab the code and host it wherever you want! Diaspora is a community effort – contribute on Github Meet people from all over the world who love the Internet and want to see it free as much as you do.

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Open Source Our software is completely free, so grab the code and host it wherever you want! Diaspora is a community effort – contribute on Github Meet people from all over the world who love the Internet and want to see it free as much as you do.

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