Israel said it will allow two female African migrants – one who is pregnant – and a teen to enter the country, and turn over more than a dozen other refugees who have been trapped at its border to Egyptian authorities.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced to six months of community service for a breach of trust conviction.
The Anti-Defamation League decried three recent reported Nazi analogies used in political debate, all by Democrats.
Art Modell, former owner of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns, has died.
Reconstructionists have decided to permit intermarried rabbis. Jane Eisner says this dramatic change risks diminishing our religious leadership at a time when we need it the most.
An Iron Dome anti-missile system battery has been installed in metropolitan Tel Aviv.
Israeli Paralympic athletes won three more medals at the London Games.
The State of Israel will compensate the family of a Palestinian who was left to die by Israeli police officers four years ago, in a compromise agreement obtained by Haaretz on Thursday.
Israel Police barred on Thursday members of an Israeli physicians’ NGO from providing aid to African migrants who have been trapped between the fences on the Israeli-Egyptian border.
A Brooklyn rabbi and his brother pleaded guilty to federal housing fraud.
About 50 high-ranking federal and state law enforcement officials met with an equal number of leading American Jewish officials for their first “table top” threat exercise.
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