Benjamin Netanyahu is changing his mid-air sleeping arrangements after a public flap over a $127,000 custom-built bedroom for the Israeli prime minister and his wife on a flight to London last month.
The recently discovered original copy of an iconic World War II photo which was doctored in the Soviet Union under Jozef Stalin was unveiled at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow.
A Hungarian court convicted three young men who accosted Jews in Budapest during the World Jewish Congress general assembly.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spent $127,000 of Israeli taxpayers’ money on a “resting chamber” that was especially constructed for him and his wife on their five-hour flight to London last month, Channel 10 reported.
Thousands of Israelis took to the streets on Saturday to protest against austerity measures presented this week as part of the state’s new budget.
A militant Palestinian group in Damascus said it is forming combat units to try to recapture Israeli-occupied territory, in particular the Golan Heights, after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Hezbollah that they would support such operations.3
After a two-year battle with cancer, Joseph Fitzgerald was determined to leave his final resting place to Mother Nature.
The Church of Scotland will reword a controversial report which said “scripture” provides no basis for Jewish claims to Israel, the church said in statement.19
A special task force of elected town officials recommended on Friday tearing down Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School, where 20 young children and six adults were shot to death in December, and rebuilding the school on the site of the massacre.
The grandson of murdered U.S. civil rights leader Malcolm X, Malcolm Shabazz, who was convicted as a child for a fire that killed his grandmother, has died in Mexico City after an apparent beating.
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