The Jewish community of the Polish city of Lodz received its first new Torah scroll since World War II, its rabbi said.
Rare agreement between two long-bickering leaders may actually be in the cards when Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama meet on Monday for the first time since the signing of the Iran nuclear deal.5
Israeli soldiers shot and killed an elderly Palestinian motorist who the military said tried to run them over in the occupied West Bank on Friday and a knife-wielding assailant wounded an Israeli civilian.3
A substantial bipartisan majority of members of the U.S. House of Representatives signed a letter to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas urging him to end incitement.4
The Palestinian administration in the occupied West Bank shut down the local office of a pan-Arab newspaper this week after accusing it of “offensive” reporting on Palestinian security coordination with Israel, officials said.
The leader of American Reform Jewry said Diaspora Jews should not support the misguided policies of Israeli leaders and that Israel should look to North America for moral guidance.10
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will “review” his appointment of a potential media chief for calling President Barack Obama anti-Semitic.7
Donald Trump solicited financial backing from two major Republican donors known for their support of Israel, according to a report.3
The body of a Lithuanian Jewish woman who died in Germany 78 years ago was exhumed for reburial next to her husband in Chicago.
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