Having fought Nazis in two blockbuster films set during World War II, Brad Pitt recently bought a toy that once belonged to the real-life bad guys.
President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet in November to discuss the Iran nuclear deal as well as other regional security issues, the White House said on Wednesday.24
Israel rearrested a Palestinian security prisoner who recovered from a 65-day hunger strike.6
The Yom Kippur ritual of kapparot can proceed in New York, a state Supreme Court judge ruled.5
Malcolm Turnbull, a multimillionaire who reportedly has Jewish roots, was sworn in as Australia’s new prime minister.3
While most “Star Wars” fans are clamoring to get their hands on the newest franchise droid BB-8, deep-pocketed collectors will have a chance to buy original movie memorabilia such as Princess Leia’s iconic slave costume in an upcoming auction.6
He is in the view of some Palestinians, and perhaps his own mind, the man who would be king.
Israel will “use all necessary measures to fight against those who throw stones, firebombs, pipe bombs and fireworks in order to attack civilians and police,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.47
Austria’s president denied a request by the Anti-Defamation League to pardon a Jewish historian facing jail time for the omission of his aunt from his family’s application for Holocaust restitution.9
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Russia next week for talks with President Vladimir Putin on Russia’s expanding military deployment in Syria, an Israeli official said on Wednesday.4
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