The number of French participants in Taglit-Birthright Israel is slated to increase to 1,000 this year from approximately 100 a year ago.
An exhibition on the Jewish presence in the land of Israel that had been canceled due to pressure from Arab states will open at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
A Silicon Valley student admitted that he intentionally slipped an anti-Semitic slur into his high school’s yearbook.
In a new video ad, the Emergency Committee for Israel takes on Hillary Clinton, trying to drive home the notion that she is no great friend of the Jewish state.6
Germany’s president did not breach the constitution when he described a far-right party as “nutcases”, the country’s top court ruled on Tuesday.
Reuven Rivlin, a right-wing legislator opposed to the creation of a Palestinian state, was elected Israel’s president on Tuesday and will replace the dovish Shimon Peres in the largely ceremonial post.
Two Jewish teenagers reported that they were sprayed with tear gas in an attack in Sarcelles, a northern suburb of Paris.3
Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has decided not to support the sale of the team and will go forward with a federal lawsuit against the National Basketball Association.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon inveighed against territorial compromise and blamed the Palestinian Authority for the recent failed peace talks in a wide-ranging policy address.
A Seattle physician accused of sexting during surgeries and improperly accessing medical images for sexual gratification has been suspended from practice for disregarding patient safety and engaging in sexual misconduct, Washington state health officials said on Monday.
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