Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory in Israel’s election on Tuesday after exit polls showed he had erased his center-left rivals’ lead with a hard rightward shift that saw him disavow a commitment to negotiate a Palestinian state.
The Jewish social services behemoth FEGS Health & Human Services will soon file for bankruptcy, the Forward has learned.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on Twitter, claimed a “great victory” in Israel’s election on Tuesday, after exit polls showed his right-wing Likud party even with its main opponent, the center-left Zionist Union.15
A teacher at several Jewish schools in England will be retried on sexual assault charges after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
Exit polls by Israel’s leading television channels showed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party drew even with Isaac Herzog’s Zionist Union in the election on Tuesday, making the formation of the next government a serious challenge for both candidates.
The rebellion against Hillel International led by a growing batch of student dissenters operating under the banner of Open Hillel may be morphing into an official schism.9
Hillel President Eric Fingerhut’s decision to withdraw from the upcoming J Street conference has again drawn Hillel into conflict over the boundaries of acceptable criticism of Israel.19
Student leaders at Northeastern University rejected a resolution that had the Boston school divesting from companies doing business with Israel.
Jury selection began in the trial of a Syracuse, N.Y., physician accused of murdering his wife.
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