Israel on Sunday released an Islamic Jihad leader, Khader Adnan, from jail following a deal last month in which he agreed to end a 56-day hunger strike, Islamic Jihad sources in the West Bank said.
Israel Police made several arrests in connection with last month’s arson attack on a historic church in northern Israel.6
The 1941 pogrom in Jedwabne was commemorated by representatives of the Jewish community and local residents, at the site of the atrocity in Poland.
Three American-Israeli children can spend their summer at camp rather than juvenile detention, where they were sent for refusing to see their father.
Israeli Religious Services Minister David Azoulay — from the haredi Shas Party — drew a wave of backlash earlier this week when he said that Reform Jews aren’t Jews. Among those who spoke out against the minister was Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.21
A Michigan judge ordered three children moved to summer camp from a juvenile detention center where they were sent for refusing to talk to their father.
When the board of directors of the Claims Conference — which handles German compensation for Nazi atrocities against Jews — gathers next week in New York for its annual meeting, controversy again may lead the agenda.
Jarryd Hayne is an Australian rugby star trying to make an unusual transition to the NFL as a potential member of the San Francisco 49ers.80
The Israel Teachers Union denied reports that it signed a document calling for a boycott of West Bank settlements.3
Child protection officials in Quebec mishandled reports of child abuse within the fringe Jewish sect Lev Tahor, a provincial report said.
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