A bullet fired from an air gun crashed through a window of a Paris synagogue’s office.
A campaign against Israeli backpackers has been launched in the Patagonian region of Argentina, where Israelis make up about 10 percent of the lucrative tourist trade.3
The German government has paid some $2.6 million to victims of neo-Nazi violence, including more than $1.2 million to victims of the National Socialist Underground neo-Nazi cell discovered in 2011.
The Central Intelligence Agency offers guidelines for its operatives using false identities to get through a “secondary screening” at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport, according to a secret CIA document uploaded to WikiLeaks.
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
Sixty-one artistic directors of U.S. theater companies denounced the DC Jewish Community Center’s firing of Ari Roth, the artistic director of its Theater J who staged numerous works critical of Israel.7
The founder of a Jerusalem-based interfaith charity said his organization would begin bringing more Jews to Israel from Europe — starting with Ukraine.4
Ever since January 2012, Canada’s first and only Holocaust monument, designed by Daniel Libeskind, has been collecting dust in a Toronto warehouse.
Two Jewish settlers were sentenced to 30 months in prison for setting several Palestinian cars alight in a West Bank village.
Federal authorities are investigating a threatening photo sent to a Hasidic lawmaker in suburban New York.4
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