Sam Sussman’s tour of Masada started in a pretty standard way. It happened three years ago as part of the Taglit-Birthright program, which offers young Jews free 10-day trips to Israel. At Masada, 50 American students were on hand.65
The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the media and made new accusations against a former employee who is suing the Netanyahus.
Israel used its humanitarian aid mission to Nepal as a cover for trafficking 25 Nepalese babies, two Spanish-language networks reported.5
Ethiopian-Israeli activists called for a police officer caught on camera beating an Ethiopian-Israeli soldier to be put on trial.3
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
A major increase in anti-Semitic and right-wing violent attacks in Germany is “extremely worrying,” according to the country’s interior minister.
Israel closed its field hospital in Kathmandu at a joint ceremony with its Nepali counterparts.
Actress Natalie Portman will play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in an upcoming movie.
Israel’s Cabinet approved a proposal to expand the number of government ministers to more than the current 18.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely candidate for the GOP nomination for president, left for what he billed as an “educational trip” to Israel.3
Robert Shillman heads a publicly traded American technology company called Cognex Corp with a market value of $4 billion. He also says he is a big supporter of last Sunday’s Prophet Mohammad cartoon contest in Texas that was attacked by two gunmen who opened fire before being shot dead by police.53
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