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Posts Tagged: Clerical Rule

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Iran’s ‘Death Committee’ President Unyielding in Defense of Clerical Rule

As a young prosecutor in Tehran, Ebrahim Raisi sat on a "death committee" overseeing the execution of hundreds of political prisoners in the Iranian capital,...

Culture

Hatzalah EMT Saves Fellow Passenger Who Fainted During JetBlue Flight to Florida

An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) from the Hatzalah in Rockland County, NY, helped...

Steven Spielberg’s Autobiopic ‘The Fabelmans’ About His Jewish Family Gets Seven Oscar Nominations

Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical film The Fabelmans garnered seven Oscar nominations...

World

Twitter Insufficiently Anti-Antisemitic, German Lawsuit Alleges

JNS.org - A lawsuit filed in Germany—where Holocaust denial is illegal—accuses Twitter of failing to sufficiently police antisemitic tweets. The suit, which the European Union of Jewish Students and nonprofit HateAid...

Israel

First Female Pastor in the Holy Land Ordained

JNS.org - The Holy Land has its first female pastor. Sally Ibrahim Azar was ordained at the Church of the Redeemer in Jerusalem’s Old City this weekend with hundreds of international...

Middle East

‘Israel is an Independent Country’: Ben-Gvir Vows to Return to Temple M...

JNS.org - Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir vowed on Wednesday to continue visiting the Temple Mount, a day after...

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