Some 14,000 Israeli households remained without power in the wake of what is being called Israel’s worst snowstorm in decades.
More than 4,000 people have been evacuated from flood-damaged homes in northern Gaza in what the United Nations has called “a disaster area”, officials said on Saturday.9
Jerusalem’s heaviest snow for 50 years forced Israeli authorities to lift a Jewish sabbath public transport ban on Saturday and allow trains out of the city where highways were shut to traffic.
History was made on Tuesday with the inauguration of Israel’s first memorial to victims persecuted by the Nazis for their sexual orientation — Jews and non-Jews alike.13
The Institute for Contemporary History vowed to press ahead with the publication of an annotated version of “Mein Kampf” despite a ban by the Bavarian state.
Three British men have been arrested for posting anti-Semitic comments on Twitter following a soccer match in October.
A suburb of the French capital honored a man imprisoned for helping to murder diplomats from Israel and the United States.4
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday Israel and the Palestinians were still on schedule to reach a full Middle East peace deal by the end of April, and both sides were committed to the talks.
An American Jewish man who disappeared in Iran in 2007 had been working for the CIA in a rogue operation, an American newspaper reported.
A Spanish hotel built on the remains of a 15th century synagogue opened a new synagogue on its seventh floor.
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