Lawmakers will begin a high-stakes debate on a resolution disapproving the Iran nuclear deal when they return from a summer recess on Tuesday, ready to resolve an issue that stirred a passionate partisan division in Washington.9
With hundreds of thousands of refugees pouring across the borders of the European Union, German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a landmark change in policy last month: Germany would begin to accept Syrian refugees, no matter how they got there.3
The chief rabbi of France called on his country and the European Union to find solutions for the tens of thousands of immigrants streaming in from the Middle East.
South African Jewish leaders condemned an African National Congress review of their country’ s dual citizenship policy in what they say is a bid to prevent its citizens from serving in the Israeli military.9
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
The mother of a Palestinian toddler killed in a July arson attack in the Israeli-occupied West Bank died on Monday of her burns, the third fatality after her husband succumbed to his injuries last month.10
A banner towed by a plane over the tailgate party of the University of Oklahoma’s opening football game called for University President David Boren to “#return the stolen art.”
An elderly Dutch Jewish couple said they were subjected to anti-Semitic abuse by robbers who broke into their Amsterdam home.5
The Palestinian resident of Hebron who sheltered five American yeshiva students from fire bomb attacks in Hebron said he has been receiving death threats since the incident.7
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, endorsed the Iran deal, becoming emotional as she described the pressures she felt in arriving at her decision.143
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