Quasi-Nazi Salute Getting Traction in French Media With Anti-Semitic Overtones

     To outsiders, they seem like ordinary men striking macho poses for the camera. But there is a dark side to the photos that are appearing with growing frequency in the French media.

    Israel Frees Palestinian Prisoner Whose Hunger Strike Sparked Protests

    Israel freed a Palestinian prisoner from jail on Monday, completing a deal agreed earlier this year in exchange for him halting a lengthy hunger strike that almost killed him.

    ?Homeland? writer Gideon Raff, left, celebrates Emmy win. His new series, ?Dig,? will not be filmed in East Jerusalem, NBC said.

    NBC Scraps Plans To Film Series in East Jerusalem Amid Palestinian Protest

    NBCUniversal assured the Palestine Liberation Organization that it will not film an upcoming television series in parts of eastern Jerusalem.

    Hebrew National '100% Kosher' Case Goes to Court

    A Minnesota court is hearing an appeal of a lawsuit arguing that Hebrew National is falsely labeling its products as “100 percent kosher.”

    Always Remember: Participants in a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the deportation of Jews from Greece toss flowers on the railroad tracks in the city of Thessaloniki.

    Greece City of Thessaloniki Plans Holocaust Center at Death Camp Train Station

    The northern Greek city of Thessaloniki will build a Holocaust research center at the site where some 50,000 of the city’s Jews were deported to Nazi death camps.