Once the music started playing — not the “Hava Nagila” tune that made her the Jewish poster child of the London Games, but something equally folksy — Aly Raisman tumbled right out of bounds. On her first bit of gymnastics at her comeback World Championships here last month, she had quickly incurred a major setback.
The four Palestinian terrorists who shot and killed the Israeli couple Eitam and Naama Henkin in a West Bank ambush originally planned to kidnap them.3
Lawyers for Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, released on Friday after 30 years in a U.S. prison, said the conditions of his parole are unreasonable and illegal and should be vacated by a federal court.7
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump confirmed his support for a database to track American Muslims.5
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
The Anti-Defamation League reported a 30 percent jump in anti-Israel activity on college campuses this year.
The head of the Israeli parliament caucus dedicated to Jonathan Pollard promised to fight restrictions on the freed spy’s movements.
A Jewish primary school in Gateshead, England, was evacuated due to a bomb scare.
Joel Laloux, the former owner of the Bataclan concert hall who now lives in Israel, denied the venue was targeted because he is Jewish.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders accused Israel of “overreacting” during its 2014 war with Hamas in Gaza and lauded the Rev. Jesse Jackson, a controversial figure in the Jewish community.142
The Florida family of a Palestinian-American teen beaten by Israeli police slammed the decision to free an officer without any prison time as “definitely not justice.”117
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