An Israeli beauty queen’s selfie has some Lebanese saying their country’s contestant at the Miss Universe pageant should be stripped of her title for consorting with the enemy.5
Israel said on Sunday it had cracked the first Islamic State cell on its soil, made up of seven Arab citizens who would be prosecuted on charges of planning attacks in the Jewish state.
The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas said on Saturday it welcomed a decision by the International Criminal Court to launch an inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories.
Three defendants on trial for an arson attack on the Wuppertal Synagogue last July have apologized in court.7
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Veteran CNN anchor Jim Clancy stepped down on Friday, one week after a series of Twitter posts in which he mocked pro-Israel tweeters on a thread discussing the Charlie Hebdo massacre.7
A U.S. judge may allow sealed documents on financier Jeffrey Epstein’s 2008 plea deal in a sex crime case to be made public.6
Duke University announced and then quickly reversed a decision this week to allow Muslim students to use the chapel belltower to broadcast a weekly call to prayer.6
One of the kosher supermarket terror victims reportedly pleaded with a friend to observe Shabbat in his heartbreaking final texts just minutes before the deadly carnage erupted.14
Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court will open a preliminary inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories, the first formal step that could lead to charges against officials there or in Israel, the court said on Friday.6
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry “apologized” for not attending a march protesting recent terrorist attacks in France. Fabius said his American counterpart offered the apology Friday for his absence from a Jan. 11 unity march in the French capital, AFP reported.
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