Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has instructed his attorney general to open a criminal investigation against an Arab-Israeli lawmaker who called for a “real intifada” against Israel.
Aviator Leon Frankel, who fought for the United States in World War II and for the nascent state of Israel in 1948, has died.11
Israel’s Air Force bombed what it identified as two “Hamas weapon manufacturing facilities” in the northern Gaza Strip in response to a two rocket attacks from Gaza on Israel.7
Less than two months after American Airlines canceled its Philadelphia-Tel Aviv route, rival carrier United Airlines is adding a San Francisco-Tel Aviv route.3
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
A Palestinian woman detonated explosives in her car at a checkpoint near Jerusalem.
Israeli security forces shot dead two Palestinians in East Jerusalem on Saturday, one of whom had stabbed two Israelis, police said, in a further wave of violence that has raised concerns about a new Palestinian uprising.34
A Jewish day school in West Hartford, Connecticut, underwent a “soft lockdown” after receiving a threatening phone message.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio will visit Israel to speak about ways to combat anti-Semitism.
A leading Sephardic rabbi who advises the haredi Orthodox Shas party criticized Jews who have been visiting the Temple Mount, saying they “sparked all the current tumult.”44
Israel and Iran exchanged sharp criticisms at a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly’s disarmament committee on Friday, accusing each other of being a major destabilizing force in the Middle East.11
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