A Gaza sniper killed an Israeli civilian over the border on Tuesday, Israeli military and medical officials said, in a shooting that drew a threat of possible military action from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem have ordered their citizen employees to refrain from using sheruts, shared mini-bus taxis.
The Association of American Universities issued a statement late last week condemning rising support for an academic boycott of Israeli institutions, arguing that it infringes upon principles of academic freedom.3
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.11
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
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.
NBCUniversal assured the Palestine Liberation Organization that it will not film an upcoming television series in parts of eastern Jerusalem.5
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.
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