Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775

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News of a prominent D.C. rabbi's voyeuristic transgressions has induced those involved with local mikvahs to raise awareness of their leadership structure and policies i n an effort to assuage concerns.
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JTA
Two Palestinian assailants entered a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood of western Jerusalem and attacked worshippers at the morning prayer service with a gun, axes and knives.
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JTA
Rabbi Moshe Twersky has been identified as one of the four people killed in a Jerusalem synagogue during morning services.
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Ben Sales, JTA
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu singled out the Palestinian Authority president for inciting the deadly attack, but defenders of Abbas say he’s still a partner for peace.
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Ben Sales, JTA
Four of the men killed in Tuesday’s brutal attack at a synagogue were rabbis who had immigrated to Jerusalem and lived on the same street. A fifth man injured in the attack succumbed to his wounds, raising the death toll of the incident to at least five.
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