On a backstreet in Jerusalem sit the sparse offices of B’Tselem, an Israeli organization that has long been a bane of successive governments, tirelessly flagging military abuses in occupied Palestinian territory.6
Three European hotels that hosted the Iran nuclear talks reportedly were targeted by a computer virus widely believed to be used as spyware by Israel.
Canada’s state broadcaster said it dismissed a political show host on Tuesday after a media report alleged he had received commissions from art sales to big-name guests on his show, such as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, in violation of company policy.
“I was born in Jerusalem and I am Israeli,” President Reuven Rivlin told Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff during a meeting at his residence.5
A memorial to the 13,000 Greek Jewish children murdered in the Holocaust has been desecrated with Nazi images.
Communal and religious leaders have launched a campaign against an upcoming neo-Nazi demonstration in a Jewish neighborhood of northern London.
Israel’s embassy in Warsaw asked organizers of an art exhibition about Auschwitz to remove a controversial video of naked people playing tag in a gas chamber.
The Riverdale Jewish Center reportedly is seeking to get rid of Rabbi Jonathan Rosenblatt, whose habit of inviting young males to join him for naked heart-to-heart talks in the sauna was the subject of a recent article in The New York Times.
Conservative rabbis are protesting Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, claiming that he shut their movement out of a bnai mitzvah ceremony for Israeli children with disabilities.
When Israel’s coalition government formed last month, its constituent parties all but ruled out establishing a Palestinian state in the near future. But that doesn’t mean they can agree on what to do instead.
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