Can Bernie Sanders actually win it?
Bernie Sanders, speaking in an Arab-American stronghold, said he would aim for a “level playing field” in U.S. Middle East policy.9
Adolf Hitler’s personal copy of his autobiography “Mein Kampf” is set to be auctioned off.
The board of the student union at the prestigious University College London passed a nonbinding motion endorsing the anti-Israel boycott movement.
Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday his wife Jill and their grandchildren were dining on a Tel Aviv beach when a Palestinian killed an American tourist with a knife and wounded 11 other people on the seafront “not very far” away.5
A First Temple-era stamp that is distinctive both for its age and the fact that it belonged to a woman, was recently discovered in excavations in Jerusalem.
A Jewish businessman was killed while crossing a street in front of his office in the small Uruguayan town of Paysandu.10
Two Palestinian assailants opened fire at cars in Jerusalem, wounding one man before police shot them dead on Wednesday, the force said, as violence surged during a visit by U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.
Bernie Sanders won Michigan’s Democratic primary, an upset that gave new life to his candidacy and edged him closer to being the first Jewish major party nominee.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and several other American philanthropists — as well as numerous corporations and nonprofit organizations — are being sued for $34.5 billion for their involvement with Israeli settlements in the West Bank.5
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