The Amsterdam home of a Jewish family was vandalized by assailants who shouted “cancer Jews” and “Free Palestine.”
Maybe it’s the centuries of living under Christian and Muslim rule. Maybe it’s the history of forced conversion. Maybe it’s that there’s no religion requirement for the Jewish afterlife.3
A novel about a Israeli-Palestinian romance that was banned at secular state schools in Israel is a runaway best-seller.3
Two editions of the “Diary of Anne Frank” were published online in a challenge to the foundation that allocates the book’s royalties.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
A New York-based haredi Orthodox rabbi apologized for saying that only about 1 million halachic Jews died in the Holocaust.3
A Palestinian youth attempted to stab an Israeli man at a bus stop in eastern Jerusalem.
Israeli prosecutors filed murder charges on Sunday against a man and a minor for an arson attack in the occupied West Bank that killed three members of a Palestinian family and helped fuel the fiercest eruption of street violence in years.
The shooter in the attack on a bar full of patrons in central Tel Aviv that killed two has been named by police as an Arab-Israeli man with a history of violence.
The father of the Arab Israeli suspected of killing two people in a New Year’s Day rampage at a Tel Aviv bar denounced the attack and called for him to turn himself in or face capture by police.49
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