The long-dormant, controversial Jewish Defense League announced it would set up shop in Montreal next week despite opposition by local Jewish and Muslim groups.4
A senior rabbi resigned as a director of Chabad’s Yeshiva Center in Sydney following comments he made at the Royal Commission into the child sexual abuse scandal inside two Chabad institutions in Australia.
Bob Simon, the longtime ‘60 Minutes’ correspondent who stoked controversy with a piece about Israel, died Wednesday night in a car crash in Manhattan.40
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
At least five more black lawmakers said they would not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s congressional address.16
A sophisticated test found no gunpowder on the hands of Argentina special prosecutor Alberto Nisman.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress can be broadcast in Israel without violating election propaganda laws, the country’s attorney general said.5
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