Israeli troops scouring a West Bank city for three Israeli teenagers blew down the door of a home with explosives.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called for the immediate release of three kidnapped Israeli teens and noted the “many indications” pointing to Hamas’ involvement.
The parents of Naftali Frenkel, one of three teens kidnapped last week, assured their son that “Israel will bring you back.”
Several Polish rabbis and Jewish lay leaders criticized Krakow’s new chief rabbi for saying all non-Jews do not like Jews — a statement he was recorded making in an interview and then denied uttering.9
Steve Grossman, the former chair of AIPAC, is one of two Democratic Jewish candidates for Massachusetts governor on the primary ballot.
More than 2,000 people set the Guinness World Record for “largest Shabbat dinner” in Tel Aviv.
Israel said on Sunday Hamas militants had abducted three Israeli teenagers in the occupied West Bank, warning of “serious consequences” as it pressed on with a search and detained dozens of Palestinians.
The Swiss town that ordered Europe’s last execution for witchcraft will unveil a memorial on Friday for the woman beheaded more than 200 years ago, accused of bewitching a child.6
A Spanish municipality launched a project which aims to make one of the country’s largest Jewish cemeteries accessible to disabled people.3
Swedish neo-Nazi activists will not gain access to schools, the country’s education minister said amid a public debate on a far-right party’s request to expose pupils to its materials.
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