An accused Jewish extremist with dual Israeli and American citizenship was released from an Israeli prison after being jailed without charges for five months.
At first blush, it appears like a bombshell: The United States listened in on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s phone calls.16
No one questions when Jews are killed because they are Jewish, the editor of Charlie Hebdo wrote in a special edition of the French satirical magazine marking the first anniversary of a terror attack on its staff.
The fighting in Syria will not affect Russia’s decision to keep Hamas and Hezbollah off its list of terrorist organizations, a senior Kremlin official said.
The debate on accessible birth control has been framed as if it’s the faithful versus the godless, but that is far from the case.
The father of Nashat Melhem, who is suspected of carrying out Friday’s shooting attack in Tel Aviv that killed two people, was arrested on Tuesday morning, along with six other relatives and family friends.15
Members of a French-American Jewish art-dealing dynasty went on trial in a case that could see authorities demand $600 million in back taxes.
A bill squarely aimed at countering the effectiveness of the anti-Israel Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment movement, or BDS, was introduced in the California legislature.21
A former Jewish Community Center camp counselor charged with creating and distributing child pornography is negotiating a plea deal.
A 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck northeastern India, inflicting damage on the infrastructure of the Jewish community of Churachandpur.
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