Polish and Israeli officials announced the future opening of an innovative museum honoring non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews from the Holocaust.
The chairman of Israel’s ruling government coalition raised the ire of fellow lawmakers by saying he would prefer that Arab-Israelis did not vote in national elections.
From Boston to Austin and Chicago to Los Angeles, revelers across the United States will be donning red and white suits this weekend to mark the worldwide SantaCon holiday pub crawl.
Hollywood royalty encouraged the 700 guests at the Ambassadors for Humanity gala who contributed some $3.5 million for the far-reaching work of the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation.
The incitement conviction of Geert Wilders will strengthen him electorally, the former leader of Dutch Jewry’s watchdog on racism said.
Nobel laureate Bob Dylan sent a message to the Swedish academy for awarding him the Nobel prize for literature, an honor the American singer and songwriter believed was about as likely as “standing on the moon.”
General Motors’s Cadillac brand on Saturday disavowed a casting notice that called for an “alt-right (neo nazi)” role in a Cadillac commercial amid a storm of outrage on social media.
The United States asked Israel to take and prosecute a Kenyan imprisoned at Guantánamo implicated in the 2002 attack on Israelis in Mombasa, Kenya, but the proposed transfer has hit a snag over reported FBI foot dragging.
A Turkish court on Friday dismissed a case brought by victims of an Israeli raid on an aid flotilla that killed 10 people in 2010, said a lawyer for the victims’ families, who stormed out of the courtroom as the judge ordered one co-plaintiff to be ejected.
The Ohio Senate approved a bill targeting the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel, all but assuring it will become law. The bill passed Thursday by a vote of 26-5 and now awaits Gov. John Kasich’s signature. The state’s House of Representatives passed the measure last month.
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