Sgt. E., who shot a wounded, prone Palestinian assailant to death in Hebron on March 24, will be charged Monday with manslaughter.29
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is throwing a concert in a park with a dramatic view of Manhattan’s skyscrapers. At the opposite end of New York state, Republican front-runner Donald Trump will be holding a rally in Buffalo, a Rust Belt city recovering from economic decline.
Tens of thousands took part Sunday in the “March of the Living,” as well as Hungary’s largest anti-racist rally of the year.
An Algerian immigrant to the United States who admitted to planning to blow up synagogues in New York City tried to hang himself in prison reportedly after being taunted by guards over his terror conviction.
Croatian Jews held a Holocaust commemoration a week before the scheduled government event that the community said it would boycott.
An Argentine judge halted elections at the Buenos Aires AMIA Jewish center on Sunday amid an investigation into irregularities in its electoral process for leadership.
A UNESCO resolution does not recognize a Jewish connection to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount and calls Israel an “occupying power.”15
“The Golan Heights will forever remain in Israel’s hands,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting, being held for the first time on the land captured from Syria during the 1967 Six Day War.20
A Brazilian public school was named after Aleksander Henryk Laks, the late iconic president of the Brazilian Association of Holocaust Survivors who died in 2015.
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