Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, enmeshed in a cabinet crisis, said on Monday he would call an early national election unless rebellious ministers stopped attacking government policies.
One of the world’s top Nazi hunters has declared that Alois Brunner, a fugitive long sought for his leading role in the Holocaust, is likely dead.3
Gillian Rosenberg, the Canadian-Israeli Jewish woman rumored to have been captured by Islamic State jihadists, posted a message on Facebook that she was safe.
The CRIF umbrella of French Jewish communities called on French Jews to refrain from protests against the parliament’s vote on recognition of Palestinian statehood.
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
Rabbi Barry Freundel has officially been fired from his post at Kesher Israel over sensational charges he used a hidden camera to peep on women in the Washington D.C. synagogue’s mikveh.
Uruguay elected a president who has twice traveled to Israel and who has an open dialogue with the country’s Jewish community.
Steven Hayes, who was convicted in the 2007 murder of a woman and her two daughters, sued the state’s Department of Corrections in August for allegedly not serving him kosher food.5
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will decide in the next few days whether he can heal his fractured coalition government or call an early election, one of his advisers said on Monday.
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