A national professors’ organization voted to censure the University of Illinois for rescinding a job offer to a professor over his anti-Semitic tweets.3
Israel issued a report on Sunday arguing its 2014 Gaza offensive was lawful, a move aimed at pre-empting the release of findings of a U.N. war crimes investigation that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scorned as a waste of time.8
Israeli soldiers were filmed beating an unarmed Palestinian during a protest in a West Bank refugee camp on Friday.19
The Muslim store employee who saved 15 French Jews during the terrorist attack on a kosher supermarket was honored in New York.
The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology will receive a $50 million gift from Dr. Andrew J. Viterbi, the largest ever from an American donor.
It’s early days for the White House’s latest charm offensive among American Jews, but a new poll suggests that the wooing effort is having little effect.19
Maryland officials have limited state child protective services involvement in so-called “free-range” parenting cases under a policy directive released on Friday.
Tens of thousands of people participated in Tel Aviv’s annual gay pride parade, whose theme this year was the transgender community.
The yearly tally, released June 11, shows there were 1,627 reported anti-Semitic incidents in 2014, a 28 percent increase over the year before. The previous record was 1,345 incidents in 2012.
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