In an emotional apology, the AIPAC leadership expressed regret to President Barack Obama for an attack on him from its stage by Donald Trump, and for the loud applause it earned.31
The images out of Belgium in the aftermath of Tuesday’s twin terror bombings have become all too familiar. And once more, from Paris to New York, London, and Tel Aviv, we’re all that much more on edge. Here are 10 images from the photographers at Getty that reveal the deadly drama of the day.7
A Jewish Parliament member in Britain threatened to quit the Labour Party unless it works harder to address anti-Semitism within its ranks.3
Argentine President Mauricio Macri of Argentina will ask President Barack Obama to declassify information held by U.S. agencies about the 1994 terrorist attack on the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires following a request from a victim’s father.
Andy Grove, the Silicon Valley elder statesman who made Intel into the world’s top chipmaker and helped usher in the personal computer age, died on Tuesday at age 79, Intel said.
The cranium and bones of Nazi leader Dr. Josef Mengele, who died in Brazil decades after fleeing Auschwitz, will be available for study at a Brazilian university.6
More than 200 Columbia University faculty members have signed a petition supporting the university’s ties with Israel and opposing divestment from companies that do business with the Jewish state.18
Those who criticized Trump before his AIPAC speech turned out to be a minority as audience members looked past his contradictory statements to cheer a succession of pro-Israel applause lines.91
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Monday vowed an unbreakable U.S. alliance with Israel if he is elected president in November, seeking to clear up confusion over his repeated pledges to remain neutral in any peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
Donald Trump seemed to imply Monday that Israel will pay back the U.S. military aid.21
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