Brianne Nadeau, prominent in Washington D.C.-area Jewish advocacy, won a seat on the capital’s city council.
A lawsuit by several Jewish families in upstate New York claiming their children were victims of anti-Semitic harassment at school can proceed, a federal court ruled.4
Josh Mandel, a Republican, was elected for a second term as state treasurer in Ohio.
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
A van with Palestinian Authority license plates drove into a group of soldiers standing at a West Bank traffic junction in what is believed to be a terror attack.
Israel has rejected as biased and inaccurate an Amnesty International report that accuses Israel of committing war crimes during the summer’s Gaza operation.7
For months, the streets of mainly Arab East Jerusalem, in the shadow of the Old City but where tourists seldom venture, have been ablaze, with daily clashes between armed Israeli police and Palestinians throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails.4
Representatives of Spain’s Jewish community demanded that a local politician apologize for dressing up as Adolf Hitler at a Halloween party.
The Chief Rabbi of France, Rabbi Haim Korsia, praised the sentencing of a man who torched a kosher supermarket to four years in jail and said it “sent an important message.”
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