The City of Toulouse banned an event organized by far-left activists promoting a boycott of Israel.
The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government rejected a divestment resolution.
Iranians celebrated in the streets after negotiators reached a framework for a nuclear deal that could bring their country in from the cold, hailed by U.S. President Barack Obama as an “historic understanding” with an old adversary.20
President Barack Obama called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday to discuss the agreement reached with Iran to limit its nuclear program, the White House said.5
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Celebrations broke out in Tehran on Thursday night as a landmark framework agreement for a nuclear deal between Iran and world powers was announced.3
When Amit Re’em embarked on an excavation of an abandoned Ottoman prison in the Old City of Jerusalem, he didn’t expect anything revolutionary. Oh, how wrong he was.
President Barack Obama on Thursday said a framework agreement reached at talks on Iran’s nuclear program is “a good deal” that would, if fully implemented, prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.8
Jewish Israelis are divided when it comes to how they feel about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial Election Day call to counter the votes of “Arabs voting in droves.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged anew on Thursday that world powers seek to “significantly roll back” Iran’s nuclear capabilities under any deal achieved in continuing talks.16
Dr. Robert Neulander, a prominent physician and Jewish lay leader in Syracuse, N.Y., was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2012 death of his wife.
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