A Belgian athlete who did the quenelle gesture at a match was banned for 10 games.
Employees of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs have gone on a major strike protesting low wages and working conditions.
A California state appeals court has upheld the conviction of 10 students at the University of California, Irvine, who disrupted a 2010 speech by then-Israeli Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren.3
You’ve got your rousing church choir, your multi-denominational trio of rabbis quoting Torah, and, above all, your pleas to please, please, please be nice. Welcome to AIPAC.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
An Austrian ex-mayor who said journalists and Jews should be hanged will not stand trial for hate speech, prosecutors said.4
Benjamin Netanyahu urges Palestinians to recognise Israel as a Jewish state if they want peace. ‘Stop denying history,’ the premier tells AIPAC’s conference.
A Los Angeles Jewish cemetery accused of dumping remains to make room for new interments has settled a 25,000-person class action lawsuit.
A Turkish Airlines flight carrying 20 Israeli passengers made an emergency landing in Tehran.
Secretary of State John Kerry told AIPAC’s annual policy conference that he would always oppose boycotts targeting Israel.
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