Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent condolences to his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, on the murders of two Japanese citizens by the Islamic State.
An Arab-Israeli man was arrested and charged with fighting with the Islamic State.
Sergio Mattarella, the new president of Italy, at a visit to the site of a Nazi massacre called for international unity in the fight against terrorism.
Two GOP lawmakers asked the Obama administration to explain the involvement of a State Department-funded dialogue group with an Israeli get out the vote effort.3
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Only the DNA of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found at the site of his unexplained death.
A Polish federation of strength athletes announced its partnership with an organization whose work includes moving and preserving Jewish headstones.
On the hugely popular “Arabs Got Talent” TV show in Beirut last month, five young musicians in checkered black-and-white scarves brought the house down with a traditional Arabic song that left the judges weeping and earned a ticket straight to the finals.
The CIA and the Mossad collaborated in the 2008 assassination of Imad Mughniyeh, the top Hezbollah operations officer blamed for an array of terrorist attacks.
Members of a Jewish fraternity at UC Davis awoke to find swastikas painted on their building two days after the student senate passed a divestment resolution targeting Israel.7
Brandeis University President Frederick Lawrence will step down from his position effective at the end of the current academic year.
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