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Posts Tagged: Albert de Leeuw

September 13, 2018 1:32 pm
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Still Seeking Justice: One Dutch Holocaust Survivor’s Ongoing Fight With Germany’s Government

At the end of the Second World War, Albert de Leeuw was one of several Dutch Jewish children who turned up at the offices of...

Features

Public Charter Schools Put Benefits of Teaching Hebrew to the Test

JNS.org - Now in its ninth year, the Hebrew Public network of 13...

Hungarian Jews Examine Long-Lost Identity, and a JCC Is There to Help Them

JNS.org - Many Jews in Hungary are discovering their roots for the first...

IDF Enlistment Officer Has ‘Moving Encounters’ with North American Jewish Youths

JNS.org - “That was a real wow for me,” said Lt.-Col. Tzachi Revivo,...

World

Women’s March Founder Calls on Leaders to Quit, Citing Antisemitism and B...

JNS.org - With charges of antisemitism and other bigotry against the Women’s March, the movement’s founder called on its leaders on Monday...

Israel

Prominent Israeli Official Calls for Boycott of Airbnb Over Delisting of Se...

A prominent Israeli official is calling for a boycott of Airbnb after the home-renting company announced on Monday it would...

Middle East

Zarif: Europe Struggling to Set Up Trading Vehicle for Iran

European countries are finding it difficult to set up a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to allow non-dollar trade with Iran, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday, according to...

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