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Iranian protesters say destroying Israel is Muslim world’s top priority

Iranians participating in Quds Day, a yearly anti-Israel event, also called for unity among pro-Palestinian groups against the "child-murdering" Israeli government.

Houston Jewish federation hires its first woman CEO

Avital Ingber adds to the 9 percent of so-called major federations being led by women.

Most rabbinical schools lack parental leave policies — and students are...

Six of eight rabbinical schools surveyed don't have any formalized leave policies in place for new parents.

Lawmakers urge Trump to appoint White House Jewish liaison

The Jerusalem Post reported last week that the White House did not have plans to appoint someone to serve in the position.

Sheldon Adelson to give $20 million for West Bank university’s expansion

Ariel University plans to double in size within the next five years, including a medical school named for the U.S. billionaire and his physician wife.

Here’s how we can preserve the dignity of aging Holocaust survivors

A pioneering trauma care program can ease the anxiety of elderly survivors, write the co-chairs of the National Holocaust Survivor Initiative.