United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited a New York City synagogue to honor the memory of the victims of the Holocaust in advance of International Holocaust memorial day.3
Israel has begun to exhume the remains of a number of Palestinian militants to return them to their families for burial, the army said on Sunday, a move that could help ease some tension between the adversaries.
A sponsor of the West Bromwich Albion British soccer team has threatened to cancel a $4.93 million deal if Nicolas Anelka, who is being investigated for performing an anti-Semitic gesture, plays in the next game.3
A Knesset committee voted to approve a bill that would create one chief rabbi position instead of the current two.5
After exploring the quarter-life crises of young adults in the critical and commercial hit “Garden State” a decade ago, actor-director Zach Braff turned his eye to examine the existential dilemmas faced by parents in his new film “Wish I Was Here.”
A bipartisan slate of 134 U.S. Congress members wrote a letter to the American Studies Association protesting its decision last month to boycott Israeli universities.
A British man who stabbed a local violinist to death had been discharged from a mental institution less than two weeks before the attack, an inquest has found.9
Israel geared up for a visit by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper as Canadian media decried the up to 200-member delegation traveling at taxpayer expense.11
A Jewish man from Kiev sustained serious injuries in a knife attack by three men, the second assault on a Jew in the city in one week.
Israel decided on Sunday to end a decades-old policy of issuing gas masks to the public in an apparent sign of confidence in Syria’s chemical weapons disarmament.
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