The Rev. Bruce Shipman, an Episcopal chaplain at Yale University, resigned in the wake of his letter to The New York Times that blamed rising anti-Semitism in Europe on Israel.15
An Orthodox Jewish man was forced to leave his home in England after criticizing Israel’s Gaza operation at a protest rally.7
All women of Ashkenazi descent should be screened from age 30 for the BRCA gene mutation that causes breast cancer, an Israeli study recommends.
The serial killer Jack the Ripper was identified through DNA as a Jewish barber who immigrated to London from Poland.6
An Israeli polygamist and cult leader was convicted of several sexual offenses including raping his wives.
The police chief of the popular Greek tourist island of Hydra was photographed giving the Nazi salute while on a trip to Germany.4
Violence increased in eastern Jerusalem a day after the death of a Palestinian teen a week after being shot by Israeli troops during a demonstration.9
Bruce Levenson, a co-owner of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, is selling his stake in the team after self-reporting a racially insensitive email he sent two years ago.
The foreign ministers of the Arab League agreed to cooperate on an international and regional level to combat the Islamic State, or ISIS.
A Hasidic New York Police Department officer was promoted to sergeant, making him the department’s highest-ranking Hasid ever.5
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