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May 13, 2013

Bob Jacob Cleveland Jewish News/JNS.org Kevin Goodman’s second Boston Marathon will be one he will never forget. That’s because just about 60 minutes after he concluded the race, two explosions rocked the finish line. “It’s a gruesome day,” Goodman, who lives in Cleveland, told the Cleveland Jewish News from the Fairmont Copley Hotel, where he CONTINUE »

May 13, 2013

JTA Wire Service Boston-area investigators are considering a possible link between the dead suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings and the still unsolved murder of two Jews in 2011. A spokesperson for the Middlesex County District Attorney told the Boston Globe on Monday that prosecutors were eager to pursue new leads into an unsolved triple CONTINUE »

BY Eric Hal Schwartz
May 13, 2013

Standing together and ignoring the rainy, chilly weather of an April morning in 1993, recently inaugurated President Bill Clinton joined Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel to officially open the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Fittingly, rain fell again on Monday when the two joined more than 800 Holocaust survivors, nearly 150 CONTINUE »

BY Suzanne Pollak
May 13, 2013

The Anti-Defamation League celebrated its 100th birthday by staging a three-day conference on anti-Semitism in America and abroad and on the need to combat all forms of terrorism and hate crimes. “We delude ourselves if we believe that the dark forces have been conquered,” said U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, as he addressed a crowd CONTINUE »

May 13, 2013

In an email today from Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim, it was stated that, “the next few days are very critical for Mel Pachino.” The community is invited to join Suburban at 7:40 p.m. for a recitation of Psalms, followed by Mincha at 7:50 p.m.  The goal is to complete the entire Sefer Tehillim daily. Please click on the linkand CONTINUE »