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U.S. Export-Import Bank may be on the ropes, headed for a knockout
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
August 28, 2014

For the first time in 80 years, the United States could find itself without an international export credit agency if Congress does not reauthorize the charter of the United States Export-Import Bank, which is set to expire on Sept. 30. Little controversy surrounded the bank’s reauthorization process before 2012, but the slow recovery from the CONTINUE »

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After fifth attack at home, a Dutch chief rabbi says he would leave if not for job
BY Cnaan Liphshiz/JTA
August 28, 2014

AMERSFOORT, The Netherlands — After the latest attack on his home, Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs sat down on his couch, picked up the phone and made three calls. A chief rabbi of the Netherlands, Jacobs first phoned police and a Jewish community leader to tell them that late on the night of July 17, just more CONTINUE »

BY Heather Norris
August 28, 2014

A dozen leaders from the National Religious Broadcasters traveled to Israel last week to make public their support of Israel. The Christians in Solidarity with Israel trip, which was organized through a partnership between NRB, an international organization of Christian media professionals, the Israel Ministry of Tourism and EL AL Israel Airlines, took off from CONTINUE »

BY Joshua Runyan
August 28, 2014

Almost six years after terrorists stormed the Chabad-Lubavitch center in Mumbai, India, and murdered its directors and four guests, the storied building known as the Nariman House officially reopened Tuesday during a celebration attended by rabbis from across Asia and their guests. “Today, as we look to the future, our message is one of perseverance CONTINUE »

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Orthodox camp grows into sustainable entity
BY Hanni R. Werner
August 28, 2014

The scene couldn’t be more picturesque: placid waters hugging a sandy shore and several small JY-15 sailboats bobbing along on a sea that expands far into the distance. A mere miles from Baltimore City, a secluded haven of sorts on the Chesapeake Bay proves to be the perfect place for young sailors at an Orthodox CONTINUE »