A man who helped some 200 Jewish people in wartime Italy survive the Holocaust was posthumously awarded the Czech Republic’s Medal of Merit in Prague.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon acknowledged that disputes between Israel and the U.S. over the Iran nuclear deal are over.5
Giving a new meaning to “next year in Jerusalem,” the body of a 80-year-old deceased woman who wished to be buried in Israel was packed and shipped from Moscow to Tel Aviv. In a cardboard box.
Likud deputy minister Ayoub Kara was accused of plagiarism when he was a graduate student, TheMarker newspaper reported.
Two British groups condemned a Jewish lawmaker who reportedly said that Jewish money dictates government policy on Israel.4
Religious extremists pushing for Jews to be allowed to pray at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount are pledging to step up their efforts, with one group offering to pay $516 to any Jew arrested for praying there.
North America’s largest Jewish federation announced it has allocated $200,000 to guarantee $1.4 million in emergency loans for Jerusalem businesses.
A Dutch soccer club said it was working to identify fans who held up a sign during a recent match with the initials of the phrase “Jews have cancer.”
Earl Raab, a sociologist, Jewish community advocate and longtime director of the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council, has died.
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