Media tycoon Mortimer Zuckerman is launching a $100 million program promoting scientific collaboration between the United States and Israel.
Days after hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters at the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change conference attempted to disrupt a reception featuring Israeli LGBT activists, the American gay rights organization said it “wholeheartedly condemns anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic statements made at any Task Force event.”6
Newly discovered testimony provides brutal new details about Nazi medical experiments on concentration camp prisoners, including reportedly locking one man inside a glass cage with thousands of mosquitoes in order to infect him with malaria.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is demanding the army create a “detailed and encompassing program” to protect West Bank settlements from terrorist attacks.6
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
A co-founder of the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream company has created a new flavor inspired by presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened the biggest exhibition of Holocaust art outside Israel in Berlin on Monday, after pledging to take concerns about rising anti-Semitism seriously.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said the partnership between the United States and Israel must strengthen amid a surge in global extremist terrorism.5
A Palestinian journalist who has been on a hunger strike in an Israeli jail for two months is near death, his attorney said.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is trumpeting the endorsement of a doomsday preacher who warned Jews must accept Jesus — or face extermination.167
Nespresso is suing an Israeli coffee competitor for using a look-alike of pitchman George Clooney in its commercials.
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