Living history and herstory took center stage at New York City’s storied Gotham Hall for a major celebration of LGBT rights and service Monday night.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stepped back from his earlier claim that the grand mufti of Jerusalem convinced Hitler to exterminate Jews.4
All 19 Jewish House lawmakers slammed UNESCO for its vote charging Israel with changing the status quo at a Jerusalem holy site.3
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday but after two days of discussions in the region appeared no nearer to ending weeks of Israeli-Palestinian violence.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
The Eritrean migrant mistaken for an assailant during a terrorist attack at the Beersheba bus station died from gunshot wounds, not from the beatings he sustained by Israelis.6
Vice President Joe Biden, perhaps the closest Obama administration official to the pro-Israel community, said he is not running for president.
The copyright on Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” will expire at the end of this year, leaving the work open to French and German reprint editions.
The United Nations cultural agency in a resolution condemned Israel for what it said are attempts to break the status quo at the Temple Mount, but did not stick to plans to label it a Muslim site.
Three young Europeans – two Muslims and a Jew – met with Obama administration and congressional officials to press for action against anti-Semitism in Europe.
Most heads of Jewish community day schools are not themselves day school alumni, and most have been in the job for five years or less.
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