The Eagle Scout troop of the teen shot to death last year at a suburban Kansas City JCC completed his project to collect food for needy mothers and children.
An Israeli Border Police officer indicted for the killing of a Palestinian teen during a Nakba Day protest in the West Bank has been named.
Spain’s Sephardic citizenship law has been revised — and Israelis are not happy about it. They say the legislation now amounts to an empty gesture.11
One of the five youths arrested for terrorizing Jewish children on a school bus earlier this year agreed to visit the Sydney Jewish Museum as part of an agreed punishment.5
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would tell U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel will rebuff any moves at the United Nations to set a timeframe for a withdrawal from territory Palestinians seek for state.4
Former Israeli envoy to the United States Michael Oren has not decided whether he will become a candidate on any political party’s list in Israel’s upcoming elections.
Maj.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot was approved as the Israel Defense Forces’ next chief of staff.
The U.S. Senate approved Reform movement leader Rabbi David Saperstein as Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom at the State Department.6
In an apparent anti-Semitic incident, a Jewish man found a swastika drawn on his southwest Florida property.
Pope Francis, talking to a distraught boy whose pet had died, declared there was a place in heaven for the creatures we share our lives with.3
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