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UN Security Council to meet on Hezbollah tunnels

The UN Security Council will hold a meeting in the coming days on the uncovering of Hezbollah terror tunnels that have penetrated into Israel, the country’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said on Wednesday. Read more.

IDF discovers second Hezbollah terrorist tunnel crossing into Israel

The IDF asked UNIFIL to “neutralize” Hezbollah attack tunnels after it announced on Thursday that it had uncovered a second underground passageway, which originated from the southern Lebanese village of Ramya and extended into Israeli territory. Read more.

European nations must do more to fight anti-Semitism, EU council says

European nations must increase their efforts to ensure security for the continent’s Jews in the face of widespread anti-Semitism, the Council of the European Union said in a declaration that one Jewish group called “unprecedented.” Read more.

World ORT looks to bring STEM program to New York

Avi Ganon is director general and CEO of World ORT, the world’s largest Jewish education NGO which educates 300,000 students in more than 40 countries on five continents. Founded in 1880, its emphasis is on educating students to learn skills that allow them to be successful and live indepe…

Hanukkah, in all its light, rises among post-Soviet Jewry

We should celebrate the modern miracles happening among Jews in Russia, Ukraine and other states once under the grip of communism, writes the head of Federation partner JDC in a new op-ed. Read more.