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Family makes new world record for most lights


An Australian family set a new world record for having the most Christmas lights attached to their Canberra home, Guinness World Records. Many friends and neighbors showed up to take a closer look at the 502,165 Christmas lights that illuminate the residential property of David Richards and his family in the Canberra suburb of Forrest. The electricity bill will certainly be higher in the following weeks, but Richards said a local power company was supporting his project.

South African Jewish community remembers the Hungarian victims of the Nazi Holocaust


Nowadays, South Africa experiences generally very low levels of anti-Semitism compared to other countries like Hungary. At a recently held event to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust in Hungary, South African Jewry were reminded that not all Jews were always so fortunate.

Bennett: No Need for Criminal Penalties on Hareidi RefuseniksArutz Sheva

Economics Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home / Bayit Yehudi) and to improve the economic status of middle-class Israelis – such as organizing a new 
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How Many Times Can Israel Build the Same Homes for Settlers?The Jewish Press

About the Author: brings you the latest in Jewish news from around the world. Stay up to date by following up on Facebook and Twitter. Do you 
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Apple Confirms It Is Paying $350 Million for Prime SenseThe Jewish Press

Apple has made short shrift of recent denials of Israel’s PrimeSense gesture  About the Author: brings you the latest inJewish news from 
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Norway FM Assures Circumcision Ban Will Not HappenArutz Sheva

Regarding proposed bans, the Wiesenthal Center said “the Jewish world is for the first time confronted with efforts in numerous countries to banJewish rituals.
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Canadian Jewish group: Religious symbols ban meant to drum up Jerusalem Post

 support for Quebec independence, the Canadian Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs  However, CBC News reported, Quebec’s Jewish General Hospital has 
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Sir Tom Jones speaks out against anti-Israel

When Sir Tom Jones announced that he was to sing in Israel, he declined to  tells The Jewish News: “I wanted to go, because the Israeli people asked me.
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Jewish Farmers Warn: Next Theft Will End in MurderArutz Sheva

The fact that the thefts are motivated by hatred of Israeli “settlers” and not only financial gain makes them particularly dangerous, he explained. “A case of theft 
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Peter B. Lewis dead at 80
Peter Lewis, who shepherded Progressive Corp. from a small-time operation to one of the largest auto insurers in the country and later became the billionaire backer of marijuana legalization, died Saturday. He was 80. (full story)CJN’s Jews of Interest: Evey Becker
Ask anyone associated with Elyria’s Jewish community and chances are they know Evey Becker. (full story)Analysis: Iran deal leaves Israel few options
After feverishly trying to derail the international community’s nuclear deal with Iran in recent weeks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now has little choice but to accept an agreement that he has derided as deeply flawed. (full story)NY Orthodox Jew assaulted as part of game
Shmuel Perl, 24, an orthodox Jew living in Brooklyn, was walking home from work on Friday when a group of men assaulted him on the street, the New York Post reported Friday. (full story)

Today’s Best Bet
“Light Up the Night,” a community tree-lighting celebration, 5:30-8 p.m., Allen Theatre lobby, 1407 Euclid Ave., Cleve. Free and open to the public.
This Day in History
2002: Theo Epstein was appointed general manager of the Boston Red Sox. In less than two years (2004) the Sox would beat the hated Yankees for the American League Pennant and then win the World Series, thus breaking “the curse.” The youthful Jewish executive would be hailed as part of a new generation of baseball executives.

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