Sheldon Adelson’s call for a nuclear strike on Iran is causing overseas business problems for the billionaire casino magnate.5
A 46-year-old man who pretended to be an Israeli professor has been arrested in Poland for having defrauded three Polish colleges in 2010, the Polish media reported.
Russian Church officials suspended a priest for using an anti-Semitic pejorative while baptizing a girl.3
Pope Francis continued his outreach to Jews this week, reaffirming a commitment to fighting discrimination and furthering Jewish-Catholic dialogue.
Sheldon Adelson admitted calling for the U.S. to carry out a nuclear strike on Iran. But the casino mogul insisted it was harmless ‘hyperbole’ to advocate a tougher stance.8
Some Congress members are working to ensure that Iraqi Jewish artifacts now on display in Washington are returned directly to the Iraqi Jewish community and not the government.
A teacher at a private school in Scotland will have a disciplinary hearing for reportedly making anti-Semitic and other inappropriate comments during class.
Israel said on Thursday it would press ahead with plans to build in existing Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, in an apparent bid to appease hardliners opposed to peace talks with the Palestinians.
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