The Czech prime minister criticized the country’s president, Milos Zeman, on Monday for instigating a public spat with the U.S. ambassador, saying he wished the president was more professional in diplomatic affairs.
Norman Leventhal, a major figure in Boston’s development and a visionary leader and philanthropist in Jewish communal life, has died.
Israel has created a list of requirements it says are needed in a final deal with Iran over its nuclear program.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal filed by Alan Gross, the U.S. contractor detained in Cuba for five years who had sued the U.S. government for negligence.
A day before his surprise election victory last month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood against the backdrop of a construction site in Har Homa, a towering settlement in the occupied West Bank, and pledged to go on building.5
There is no proof that a Belgian insurance company refused to insure a Jewish kindergarten because it was deemed t0o risky, a Brussels-based watchdog on anti-Semitism said.
A man has been arrested in connection with the attack on Bosnian Jewish leader Eli Tauber.
President Obama promised to defend Israel in making his most comprehensive case yet for a diplomatic resolution of the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program.9
More than 75,000 people gathered at the Western Wall for the Priestly Blessing ceremony.5
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