The CEO of a major French telecommunications company said he would cut ties with an Israeli partner “tomorrow” if it could do so without incurring financial penalties.4
Polish authorities suspended the planned construction of a controversial memorial monument at the former Sobibor Nazi death camp, activists against the plan said.
The fraud trial for an Orthodox Jewish group that promotes so-called conversion therapy for homosexuals opened in New Jersey.
The Israeli military cautiously welcomed on Thursday the expected international deal which would curb Iran’s nuclear program, though Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has lobbied for tougher terms to be imposed on Tehran.18
A shroud of uncertainty hangs over Wednesday’s meeting when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Donald Trump as president for the first time.
A radical Islamist Salafist group posted a statement on Twitter on Thursday claiming responsibility for firing three rockets at Israel from the Gaza Strip.
Remember Zara’s ‘Holocaust shirt’? According to a lawsuit filed by a former employee, that was no coincidence.5
Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg took to the social media site on Wednesday to say she felt “thirty years sadder” after the 30-day mourning period she observed following her husband’s sudden death.
A controversial bill to appoint a state monitor for an Orthodox-dominated public school board has passed a key hurdle in the New York legislature. Will Governor Andrew Cuomo support it?7
Israeli police locked arms to push back hundreds of ethnic Ethiopian anti-racism protesters on Wednesday in Tel Aviv where many tried to block a major traffic artery.
Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook, marked the “sheloshim” of her husband’s death with an emotional post on the social media site.
This article has been sent!Close