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How Jerusalem is coping with attacks: Police and pepper spray

JERUSALEM — “No pepper spray, no tear gas, no nightsticks,” sighed Itzhak Mizrahi to three disappointed men, as if it were a mantra he’d recited dozens of times.  More...

Islamic Movement, Netanyahu’s latest public enemy

TEL AVIV – In assigning blame for the recent wave of violence in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has turned to the usual suspects – Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.  But he has also accused a lesser-known group that operates within Israel’s borders: the Islamic Movement, a religious political group and social service organization.  More...

Women’s Philanthropy to welcome back Main Event

Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco Counties is going back to the future with the return of the Main Event.  More...

Tampa selected for national Parkinson’s initiative

The National Parkinson’s Foundation has selected the Tampa Jewish Community Center & Federation to participate in a new national initiative to help people living with the disease to stay active, connected and empowered.  More...

World News

State Dept: Anti-Semitism ‘major problem’ around globe(JTA) – Anti-Semitism “continued to be a major problem around t...
MSNBC apologizes for showing inaccurate maps of Israel(JTA) – MSNBC apologized for using “not factually accurate&rdqu...
How a Holocaust legacy helped launch the Kind barNEW YORK— In many respects, the Manhattan headquarters of Kind Snacks...

Culture

Beth Shalom scholar in residence to ponder meaning of ‘Be a Blessing’God’s commandment to Abraham to “be a blessing” will be t...
The power of women’s giving celebrated at Museum of Fine Arts luncheonThe Jewish Federation of Pinellas and Pasco Counties Women’s Philanth...
Critically acclaimed novelist reimagines story of Holocaust hero WallenbergRaoul Wallenberg was a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in Buda...

Obituaries

ObituariesMARSHA HACK, 73, of Clearwater, died Oct. 13....
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