In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Women of the Wall set up a stand in central Tel Aviv, where they helped women lay tefillin — and elicited angry screams.4
The president of Brooklyn College distributed public events guidelines formulated in the wake of the ejection of four pro-Israel students from a boycott Israel event last year.
Pro-Palestinian student groups at the University of Ottawa have launched a campaign to ban Sabra hummus from campus.7
The FBI reportedly has arrested a man believed to be responsible for sticking mailing labels with anti-Semitic slurs on a Jewish deli in Albuquerque.
A Greek doctor who posted a “Jews Not Welcome” sign outside his office has been convicted and given a 16-month suspended jail sentence for inciting racial hatred.3
A former hotel security guard was sentenced to one year in prison for civil rights violations for defacing a Memphis Jewish school’s Torah scroll and prayer books.
Nine members of the haredi Orthodox Lev Tahor sect who fled Canada earlier this week were returned to the country.
Israeli military forces began unloading and searching the cargo of an Iranian ship captured in the Red Sea carrying weapons bound for Gaza.
The Israeli daily newspaper Maariv did not publish a Sunday edition. It is not known if the newspaper will resume printing on Monday.
National Jewish organizations oppose a bill under consideration by Maryland legislators that would financially penalize any college involved in an academic boycott of another country.3
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