The Anti-Defamation League has criticized two Polish government officials for their failure to denounce the notorious “Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”5
Jonathan Pollard is ready to renounce his U.S. citizenship, running the risk of never returning, should the Justice Department allow him to leave for Israel upon his release.5
Israel on Tuesday outlawed an Islamist group it says has played a central role in stirring up violence over a Jerusalem holy site in a wave of bloodshed that began seven weeks ago.7
A professor whose tenured job offer was revoked after he posted controversial anti-Israel tweets has reached a settlement with the University of Illinois.11
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined Snapchat on Monday, becoming the latest contender in the 2016 White House race to join the social media app popular with teens and millennials.
Singer and actress Barbra Streisand, filmmaker Steven Spielberg, Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim and award-winning conductor Itzhak Perlman, and are among 17 Americans who this year will receive the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the White House said on Monday.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio drew loud cheers at a pro-Israel rally in Miami.6
French Jewish and Muslim clergy members led a memorial together for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris outside the Bataclan concert hall, where 89 people were killed and hundreds injured on Friday night.
New York police are treating two separate egging incidents in a Brooklyn neighborhood as hate crimes.
The Fatah party of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has suggested Israel is to blame for the terror attacks in Paris in Facebook cartoons.24
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