A Norway musuem said it would return a Nazi-looted painting by Henri Matisse to the heirs of its former Jewish owner.
A collection of medieval religious art worth an estimated $275 million will not be returned to the heirs of four German-Jewish art dealers.
A statement from Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon clarifying his attack on U.S. foreign policy did not appease the Obama administration.9
Jewish leaders condemned Ayatollah Ali Khameini, Iran’s supreme leader, for once again questioning the Holocaust.3
Israel cell phone owners received threatening text messages from Hamas. The text messages were delivered on Saturday evening, and threatened rocket attacks and kidnapping.4
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said the Palestinian leadership will not agree to a peace deal unless it includes a completely sovereign state with a capital in eastern Jerusalem.10
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the security forces that took part in an operation in Jenin to arrest a Hamas terrorist, which left the suspect and at least two others dead.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam on Sunday to highlight Japan’s friendship with the Jewish people and sees no contradiction with his recent controversial visit to the Yasukuni Shrine at home.
A Jewish teacher from Paris told police that three men assaulted and cursed him in Arabic before drawing a swastika on his chest.
An Israeli television celebrity said the Chief Rabbinate is refusing to convert her to Judaism because of her acting career.3
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