Israel’s consul general in Philadelphia, Yaron Sideman, warned Jerusalem this week that the American Jewish community is divided over the nuclear agreement with Iran, and does not stand united behind Israel in the controversy.20
A radar survey has found that significant pieces of Lithuania’s largest synagogue complex, which was damaged by the Nazis and destroyed by the Soviets, still remain but are buried underground.
Israel’s parliament authorized on Thursday the force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strike, a move that has met vehement opposition from the country’s medical association and rights groups.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
The Vatican Museum opened an exhibit in Rome dedicated to the strong relationship between Pope John Paul II and the Jewish community.
Robert Kraft, the Jewish owner of the New England Patriots, slammed the National Football League for suspending Tom Brady, his team’s star quarterback, for the first four games of the upcoming season.
Munich upheld a ban on small brass street memorials to Holocaust victims but will allow other kinds of memorials.
The response of Israel’s military to the capture of an Israeli soldier during last summer’s Gaza conflict amounts to war crimes and crimes against humanity, Amnesty International said in a new report.5
President Barack Obama has no intention of altering the terms of Jonathan Pollard’s parole, the White House announced on Tuesday night. The announcement indicates that that Pollard, a former U.S. Navy intelligence officer convicted of spying for Israel, will have to remain in the U.S. for five years after his release from prison in November.36
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