Haredi camp counselor killed in car accident

Rabbi Reuven Chaim Beiler, father of ten who served as counselor in US haredi camp, killed in road accident.

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‘Unite the Right’ rally approved in D.C. despite last year’s deadly turn

The National Parks Service approved, though not yet given a permit, for a far-right rally near the White House in ...
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A Florida mayor’s battle against BDS

Bal Harbour mayor explains the legislation that allows police to identify anti-Israel crimes as anti-Semitic.

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Watch: Jewish wedding in Dnipropetrovsk

Wedding of Yehiel Piekarsky with daughter of Rabbi Moshe Weber, director of 'Kollel Torah,' takes place at Ukraine 'Menorah' Jewish ...
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Order to 50 soldiers: Shave by Sunday

'Beard exemption' for 50 religious soldiers denied, after having been issued without problems for past year-and-a-half. 'What changed?'

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Iranian women at World Cup stadium to watch men’s football

Hundreds of Iranian women watched their first men's football match in a stadium last night ...
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Breakaway Alawite state may be Assad’s last resort

FILE - In this July 10, 2011 file photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA and according to them, thousands of supporters of Syrian President Bashar Assad, carry a gigantic 17,500 yards (16,000 meters) Syrian flag during a pro-Assad demonstration, in the Mediterranean city of Latakia, northwest of Damascus, Syria. In the recent sectarian violence in Syria, some observers see a grim pattern: Alawite fighters from President Bashar Assad's minority sect trying to carve out a breakaway region for themselves by driving out local Sunnis, killing entire families and threatening anybody who stays behind. If the regime falls, the Alawite heartland on Syria’s mountainous coast could become a refuge for the community and even Assad himself to fight for survival against the Sunni majority. (AP Photo/SANA, File) EDITORIAL USE ONLYIn the recent sectarian violence in Syria, some observers see a grim pattern: Alawite fighters from President Bashar Assad's minority sect, they say, are trying to carve out a breakaway enclave for themselves by driving out local Sunnis, killing entire families and threatening anybody who stays behind.