More than 150 Israelis protested in Tel Aviv on Saturday against a Gaza war entering its second month, in defiance of a police ban on the assembly that cited military restrictions on public gatherings in cities within range of rocket fire.
President Barack Obama suggested in a groundbreaking new interview that Benjamin Netanyahu may lack the political courage to reach a peace deal with the Palestinians.15
A Jewish school in Denmark informed parents that its pupils are no longer allowed to wear religious symbols near school grounds.7
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
Police in Britain are looking into complaints against a lawmaker who called for his constituency to be “declared an Israel-free zone.”18
The city council of Glasgow, Scotland, displayed a Palestinian flag on its building in solidarity with casualties in Gaza.7
Rabbi Elimelech Meisels, who runs four religious seminaries in Israel for young Orthodox women, is being sued for sexual assault and fraud.5
The start of the Israeli soccer season was delayed for the second weekend in a row on Friday following the resumption of rocket fire by Islamist militants in the Gaza Strip, the Israel Football Association said.
A Dutch Jewish group dropped the politician Geert Wilders from a petition against anti-Semitism.9
At least 150 Jews who fled fighting in eastern Ukraine are expected to land in Israel next month in one of the largest group of arrivals of its kind this year.
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