Iran’s foreign minister said on Sunday that the “Holocaust is not a myth,” and that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei “rejects and condemns the killing of innocent people.”7
Four suspected Jewish nationalists were arrested for smashing headstones in a Christian cemetery near Jerusalem’s walled Old City on Sunday.
The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and Shantou University have landed a Chinese donor to establish a joint academic facility in China.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to “tell the truth” during his visit to New York and Washington.6
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.
The Shin Bet security service arrested a Belgian citizen of Iranian birth accused of spying on Israel for Iran.
“Delegitimization of Israel focuses on our soldiers,” Livni said. “Believe me, what they are doing is defending the State of Israel and trying to avoid civilian casualties.”
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington will return a section of wooden barracks which was given on long-term loan by the Auschwitz Museum 24 years ago.
On Thursday, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was meeting at the UN General Assembly in New York with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif, a Saudi diplomat turned to his Israeli counterpart. “What’s going on here?” he asked. “What do you make of all this?”3
Iran has approved a deal with Argentina to investigate the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center that courts in the South American country accuse Tehran of sponsoring, Argentine official state news service Telam said.
A resurgent right-wing party keen to end taxpayer-funded bailouts of euro zone laggards takes on Austria’s political establishment in parliamentary elections on Sunday.
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