JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu firmly rejected statements by government ministers and members of the Knesset in the wake of this week’s approval of an egalitarian section at the Western Wall.76
Bernard Madoff, the Ponzi schemer whose story is the subject of a TV miniseries airing this week, is “doing as well as can be expected,” according to his lawyer.8
Reform movement officials joined a protest rally calling on gun manufacturers to increase safeguards that would keep guns out of the hands of criminals.
Residents of the Polish town where Bernie Sanders’ father was born are watching the Jewish candidate’s presidential run with pride.8
Activists distributed thousands of fake anti-Israel versions of The New York Times in Manhattan and promoted an online version via social media.36
The Knesset dedicated a statue commemorating the Jewish communities evacuated from Gush Katif in Gaza in 2005.6
An influential Brazilian ex-governor and government minister compared the media treatment of ex-President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva to that of the Nazis against Jews and other minorities during the Holocaust.
A majority of French Muslims said they would react positively if their daughter married a Jew, a survey found.8
Following the publication in Lithuania of a groundbreaking book on local complicity during the Holocaust, a state museum on genocide said it would publish a list of 1,000 suspected perpetrators.
Nearly all of the West Bank real estate acquisitions made by a company run by a pro-settlement activist were forged.3
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