A historic Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia was vandalized, with 124 of its headstones knocked over.
An Israeli policeman was lightly wounded in one of several riots and attacks by Palestinians following the funeral of a baby who was murdered in an arson attack by suspected Jewish extremists.
Police in London arrested a man suspected of accosting an Orthodox Jew outside his synagogue in what witnesses said was an anti-Semitic hate crime.
Ohio State University condemned the behavior of students who wrote and distributed doggerel that ridiculed the Holocaust.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
More than 2,000 people signed a petition asking police to protect Liverpool’s Jewish community from a neo-Nazi rally planned in the city.
There have been three major polls of American Jews since the announcement of the nuclear deal between world powers and Iran — by the L.A. Jewish Journal, The Israel Project and J Street— all with significantly different results.
U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, a Democrat who represents a heavily Jewish district in New York City, has come out in opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.17
The stabbing attack at Jerusalem’s gay pride parade on Thursday was the result of a failure by police intelligence. Jerusalem police admit that they knew Yishai Schlissel was released from prison in June after serving 10 years in Ma’asiyahu prison for a similar stabbing attack at the 2005 Jerusalem Gay Pride parade, where he wounded three people.9
President Barack Obama on Thursday told groups that support the Iran nuclear deal to make their voices heard to Congress to counter the millions of dollars in lobbying by those who want to derail the agreement.7
Moshe Menachem Taubenfeld, a prominent figure in the upstate New York Hasidic community of New Square, was acquitted by a judge of molesting a boy for several years.6
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