Israel will release 138 Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers who the nation’s Supreme Court ruled were being held illegally.
A senior official from the Dutch Protestant Church pulled out of a Holocaust memorial event co-organized by Socialists who commemorated a Hamas leader.
In the green hills of the Galilee, a group of Aramaic speakers looking to revive the language of Jesus are celebrating a victory in their quest to safeguard their heritage.18
A ministerial committee approved a proposed bill on Sunday that would ensure the wholesale application of Israeli law to Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank.
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
Amir Peretz, Israel’s environmental protection minister, resigned from the government over the proposed 2015 budget.
Rioting continued in the Arab-Israeli town of Kfar Kana and in other Arab communities following the killing of a resident by an Israel Police officer.
Austria’s national railway company opened an exhibition at the European Parliament about the firm’s complicity in the Holocaust.
Police in Warsaw arrested a man for allegedly assaulting a 78-year-old man while shouting anti-Semitic insults.
At least 1,000 Palestinians will receive a free university education in Venezuela.6
Community leaders of Israel’s Arab minority declared a 24-hour general commercial strike, starting on Sunday, following the shooting dead by police of a man from the village of Kafr Kana in the north of the country.
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