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Protests greet Met Opera’s premiere of ‘Klinghoffer’ - New York Times

21 Oct 2014

At Metropolitan Opera’s first performance of John Adams’s 'The Death of Klinghoffer' on Monday night, men and women in evening attire walked through a maze of police barricades, while protesters shouted “Shame!” and “Terror is not art!”

British party does deal with far-right, racist Holocaust-denier to save EU funding - The Guardian

21 Oct 2014

UKIP struck a deal with a Polish member of the European Parliament whose far-right party leader uses racial slurs and questions the Holocaust.

Netanyahu stymies bill that would ease conversion process - Times of Israel

21 Oct 2014

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may be facing another standoff with a coalition partner after he withdrew his support from the controversial Conversion Bill.

Report: Netanyahu planning spring elections - Arutz Sheva

21 Oct 2014

Speculation is rampant in Israel that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s decision to shelve the Conversion Bill is part of his preparing for new elections, possibly next spring.

World Jewish Congress mourns passing of Zionist leader Kalman Sultanik z’’l

20 Oct 2014

The Polish-born Holocaust survivor was a leader of the Zionist movement and a long-time vice-president of the World Jewish Congress.