Diaspora Wants Religious Pluralism in Israel: Report

    Diaspora Jews feel that Israel must reflect all Jewish values, The Jewish People Policy Institute told Israel’s Cabinet in its 10th annual Assessment of the Situation & Dynamics of the Jewish People.

    40,000 Gaza Civil Servants Launch Strike

    Some 40,000 public servants hired by Hamas went on strike in Gaza on Thursday in a pay dispute that could test the resilience of the new Palestinian government, formed just weeks ago under the Islamist group’s unity pact with President Mahmoud Abbas.

    Brussels Jewish Museum Suspect Extradition Is Approved by French Court

    A French court on Thursday approved the extradition to Belgium of the French suspect in a May 24 shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels that left four people dead.

    Terror Victims Eye Iran Internet Domain Names

    Lawyers in Israel and the United States representing victims of terrorism filed papers claiming Iranian Internet domain names.

    Obama Expresses 'Deep Concern' Over Three Missing Israeli Teenagers

    President Obama expressed “deep concern” about three missing Israeli teenagers during a meeting with Israeli President Shimon Peres and American Jewish leaders.