When Alexander “Ali” Marpet and Jake Fuerst went on a camel ride during a Birthright trip to Israel last summer, the animal brayed loudly in displeasure at the 467 pounds of young men perched on its back.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee opposes amendments it would “ordinarily support” to a bill mandating congressional review of an Iran nuclear deal.
A former ally of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Friday pleaded guilty to criminal charges related to the George Washington Bridge closure scandal, delivering another blow to Christie’s image at a time when he is trying to get his presidential campaign off the ground.
Not even a shard of glass was visible on the sidewalk outside 311 N. Exeter St. in downtown Baltimore on Wednesday afternoon, no sign of the havoc that struck two nights earlier, when rioters had their way here just as in other parts of this city.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked his Indian counterpart, Narendra Damodardas Modi, for helping to rescue Israelis from Nepal.
A suitcase containing letters written by a Jewish man who fled the Nazis was discovered during renovations of a restaurant in The Hague.
Members of a Swedish youth movement launched an anti-Fascist campaign at a high school where neo-Nazis interrupted a lecture by a Holocaust survivor.
Citing alleged corruption by Palestinian recipients of aid money, the European Parliament’s Israel-relations czar urged more conditionality by E.U. donor states.
Indiana’s state senate passed a nonbinding resolution opposing boycotts of Israel.
The University of Illinois violated the principles of academic freedom and tenure in rescinding the appointment of Steven Salaita over anti-Semitic tweets, a professors’ association found.4
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