A British imam was convicted in a U.S. court on terrorism-related charges linking him to al-Qaida and a fatal kidnapping plot.
The heads of UCLA and the University of California system criticized a student-led pledge that urged candidates for student government to refuse trips to Israel sponsored by certain pro-Israel groups.
Philip Roth, one of the world’s most revered novelists, confirmed he will retire from writing and public appearances in a final interview with the BBC.
Nearly 75 percent of thousands of French Jews who participated in a recent survey said they are considering emigrating.
A group of six Israeli runners reportedly was excluded from the West Bank portion of a regional long-distance run.
Ousted New York Times editor Jill Abramson struck a defiant note in her first public remarks since the newspaper fired her.
Two MKs from Likud and Labor have collaborated to propose a law that would allow Jews to pray on the Temple Mount.
Maccabi Tel Aviv upset favored Real Madrid to win the Euroleague basketball championship.
Hundreds of Odessa Jews celebrated Lag b’Omer under guard in the city’s first large Jewish gathering since deadly riots there two weeks ago.
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