A Palestinian husband and wife who helped a Jewish family following a deadly terrorist attack in July are looking for work in Israel after being fired for assisting Jews.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel razed five buildings in the West Bank constructed without permits, including three built by the European Union. Forces from the Civil Administration tore down the buildings Tuesday in a Bedouin village near Hebron. A day earlier, three others were razed near Jericho. The buildings taken down Tuesday housed 27 Palestinians, including…
Street art became anti-Semitic graffiti in Washington, D.C. for the third time in one week after vandals wrote “Jew” on images of rats meant to evoke the Chinese Zodiac.
A Belgian Muslim official in charge of promoting tolerance apologized for his vitriol against Israel, which he said was a modern Nazi Germany and “an identical twin” of the Islamic State terrorist group.9
Evan McMullin, a Brigham Young University graduate who studied in Israel on a Defense Department grant, has announced that he will run as an independent in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Is Mel Gibson still blaming his problems on the Jews? That seems to be what Glenn Beck said last week on his radio show — and what a staffer wrote in a post on the conservative talk radio host’s website. Beck said Gibson told him the “Jewish People” had stolen his movie “The Passion of the Christ” before it came out in theaters “and used it to attack him and make his life hell before the film’s release,” reported the Daily Beast on Thursday.33
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Former Israeli President Shimon Peres has joined Snapchat, a messaging and multimedia mobile app. Peres made the announcement on Sunday in a post on Facebook.
A rabbi who made headlines for bringing young male congregants with him on trips the sauna has found a new job as a spiritual advisor in a health center in Westchester, New York.3
An anonymous source is saying that Jon Kushner, cousin to Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, is planning to run for mayor of New York in 2018.5
Amazon released a trailer for Woody Allen’s new show, “Crisis in Six Scenes,” which features his acting as well as directing.
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