President Barack Obama assured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington remains committed to preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons and also called on Israel and the Palestinians to compromise to reach a U.S.-brokered peace framework.
Argentina’s president said she is ready to abrogate the country’s memorandum with Iran to jointly investigate the deadly 1994 AMIA Jewish center bombing.
A senior Chabad rabbi in Australia who was accused of raping a student inside a synagogue in the 1970s will not be charged.
Israel began building twice as many settler homes in the occupied West Bank last year as in 2012, official data showed on Monday, just hours before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was due to meet U.S. President Barack Obama.
Several hundred French Jews including dozens of community leaders have called for the re-election of a chief rabbi of France within three months.
An Israeli government committee approved an amendment which would allow same-sex couples and singles to have babies using a surrogate in Israel.
The United States will have a “limited” ability to manage the “international fallout” on Israel if it does not make peace with the Palestinians, President Obama said.10
A documentary about Alice Herz-Sommer, the 110-year-old Holocaust survivor who died last month, has won the Academy Award for best short documentary.
A Greek doctor who posted a “Jews Not Welcome” sign outside his office was arrested for inciting racial hatred.
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