Both brothers who carried out the attack against satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo traveled to Yemen in 2011 and had weapons training in the deserts of Marib, an al Qaeda stronghold.
One of three gunmen behind the Paris attacks appeared in a video declaring his allegiance to Islamic State and urging French Muslims to follow his example.3
Several thousand people came out Saturday evening to commemorate the victims of Friday’s deadly shooting at a kosher supermarket.
Jane Eisner outlines the issues that concern her the most as an American Jewish woman, and explains why they should concern all of us as well.
Two protesters were arrested at the McLean, Virginia, home of former Vice President Dick Cheney on Saturday after 20 demonstrators, some in orange prison jumpsuits, walked onto his property to mark the 14th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo Bay prison.
The four fatalities at the attack on a kosher shop in the French capital were all Jews, the CRIF umbrella group of French Jewish communities said.3
Hundreds in southern Afghanistan rallied to praise the killing of 12 people at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, calling the two gunmen “heroes” who meted out punishment for cartoons disrespectful to Islam’s prophet, officials said Saturday.
Citing security concerns, organizers of a pro-Israel rally in Amsterdam postponed the event indefinitely after meeting with police and city officials.
The Grand Synagogue of Paris was closed during Friday’s terror attacks and did not reopen for Shabbat services, marking the first time the synagogue has not held services since World War II.7
Two brothers wanted for a bloody attack on the offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo were killed on Friday when anti-terrorist police stormed their hideout, while a second siege ended with the deaths of four hostages.
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