(Reuters) Prosecutors are seeking a 17-year prison sentence for a prominent Washington rabbi who pleaded guilty in February to secretly videotaping dozens of women during ritual baths, court documents filed on Friday showed.6
Police in Colorado have arrested a 32-year-old man suspected of sending envelopes containing white powder, later deemed harmless, and at least one threatening message to a Jewish community center and synagogue, authorities said on Friday.
Iconic Israeli artist, Menashe Kadishman, passed away today at the age of 82 at Tel ha’Shomer hospital.
A New York judge declared a mistrial on Friday for man accused of kidnapping and murdering 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979, NY1 News reported.
Four Danish buses that had recently removed pro-Palestinian ads were destroyed in a suspected arson attack.
A controversial Jerusalem program that aims to educate American Muslims about Judaism, Israel and Zionism has lost its sole Palestinian member.
Jeb Bush said he was likeliest to take advice on Israel from his brother, former President George W. Bush.
The leader of the Reform Jewish movement urged Benjamin Netanyahu to preserve pluralism in a message congratulating the Israeli prime minister on forming a new government.
Israeli restaurants can present themselves as kosher even if they are under a private kashrut supervision not licensed by the Chief Rabbinate, Israel’s attorney general ruled.
British opposition leader Ed Miliband quit on Friday after his Labor Party suffered a heavy election defeat and was virtually driven out of Scotland, leaving the demoralized party with no obvious successor.4
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