In a statement that reaffirmed the seriousness of Hezbollah’s threats toward Israel, the Israeli army’s chief of staff said the Shi’ite militia was the biggest threat bordering on the Jewish state.
A U.S. soldier wounded in World War II who later became an outspoken Nazi sympathizer and Holocaust denier was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.7
A Brooklyn assemblyman has called on Brooklyn College to discipline the 10 or so students who participated in a protest that interrupted a faculty meeting with anti-Israel statements.5
Zion Square in downtown Jerusalem will be renamed for the teenage girl who was stabbed to death last summer at the city’s gay pride parade.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Rivlin addressed a delegation from the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations on Thursday, the last day of its five-day mission to Israel.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio responded to Jeb Bush’s controversial gun tweet by posting an image of a Jewish deli sandwich captioned “America.”
A Knesset worker and his fiancee, both with special needs, have petitioned Speaker Yuli Edelstein for permission to be married there.
Some $80,000 in equipment and valuables were stolen from two Los Angeles-area Jewish institutions.
Jewish students are being urged to think twice before applying to York University in Toronto following accusations that its faculty association was endorsing a “censorship campaign against Israel and the Jewish people.”
A 76-year-old Israeli man is accused of murdering his wife after she disturbed him while he was watching a tennis match on television.
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