A man being held in connection with two incidents of anti-Semitic vandalism at a Jewish deli in Albuquerque, N.M., has been ordered held in a federal prison hospital.3
The massive Passover seder held annually in Kathmandu will go on this year despite a strike by Israel’s Foreign Ministry, the head of the Chabad center asserted.
Two original “Harry Potter” book illustrations, Winston Churchill’s resignation letter, a dress worn by Princess Diana and documents signed by Adolf Hitler are just some of the eclectic items put on the block by auction house Nate D. Sanders.
Irwin Cotler, a Canadian-Jewish lawmaker, expressed his pleasure at being banned by Russia.
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
In the lead-up to last year’s Knesset elections, the pro-settlement Jewish Home party released a controversial ad showing party chairman Naftali Bennett smiling alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A lone heckler tried to disrupt him, but Hungarian lawmaker Janos Hargitai was undeterred as he spoke earlier this month at a memorial day gathering in Hungary commemorating the 1848 revolution there.
An Austrian Jewish leader called on a European Union Parliament member to withdraw his re-election bid after the candidate called Nazi Germany more liberal than the EU.
The White House on Tuesday said it was “deeply disappointed” that Saudi Arabia had denied a visa to a U.S. citizen working for Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post to cover President Barack Obama’s trip to the kingdom later this week.
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