An Israeli general has accused members of Hamas in Gaza of providing support to militants linked to Islamic State in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, where the Egyptian army has fought deadly battles with Islamist insurgents in recent days.
A Polish art museum has resumed an art installation featuring a video of naked men and women playing tag in a gas chamber, despite protests by Jews.
Pope Francis emphasized commonalities between Judaism and Christianity in a meeting with members of the International Council of Christians and Jews.7
Hundreds of Palestinians marched in eastern Jerusalem to mark one year since the murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian kidnapped and burned alive by Jews in the wake of the kidnapping and murder last June of three Israeli teens.5
The Iron Dome missile defense system has been upgraded, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced.
Declared Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) contrasted President Barack Obama’s announcement of plans to open an embassy in Havana, Cuba, with the U.S. refusal to move its Israel embassy to Jerusalem.11
Alan Gross, the Jewish-American government contractor who was jailed in Cuba for five years as a spy, was never debriefed after his release from prison and return to the United States, according to a new report.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert appealed his conviction and prison sentence for accepting cash-filled envelopes from an American-Jewish businessman in the so-called Talansky Affair.
Steven Salaita, whose appointment as a professor at the University of Illinois was rescinded over his anti-Israel tweets, announced that he will teach in the fall.72
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