Anti-Semitic and homophobic messages were written on the walls of a student dormitory at Brown University.
An Illinois state agency named 11 companies barred from doing business with the state for boycotting Israel or its settlements, the first such designation by an official U.S. body.
With 18,000 delegates, hundreds of breakout sessions, and dozens of keynote speakers, one issue dominated the chatter at AIPAC’s annual policy conference over the weekend: Donald Trump.16
Lillian Pinkus, from Dallas, will assume the presidency of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee during its annual policy conference in Washington, D.C., from Sunday through Tuesday.
The Anti-Defamation League has redirected the total amount of funds contributed by GOP front running presidential candidate Donald Trump over the past decade to fund new anti-bias and anti-bullying education programs.3
The eleven Israeli athletes murdered by Palestinian terrorists during the Munich Olympics in 1972 will be honored at a ceremony led Brazilian and Israeli officials during the 2016 summer Olympic Games.
The stickers in recent weeks were affixed to bottles of Israeli wine in Vancouver, British Columbia and to grocery products in Calgary, Alberta.
Time magazine updated an article criticized by Israel for depicting a Palestinian assailant who killed three Israelis, including an American-Israeli teacher, as a victim of Israeli security forces.
(JTA) — The personal Twitter account of a spokesperson of a women’s association affiliated with Turkey’s ruling party featured a message wishing death to Israelis injured in a terrorist attack in Istanbul.
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