Venezuela’s top diplomat called a senior U.S. official “petulant” and ill-mannered on Wednesday in response to her contention that sanctions were intended to change the government, not topple it.5
About 400 people attended Australia’s first Limmud conference tailored especially for Russian-speaking Jews.
French officials are investigating whether a child shown shooting dead an Israeli Arab in a video posted by Islamic State militants is French and has ties to an al Qaeda-inspired gunman who killed seven people in March 2012, a police source said.5
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday lawmakers cannot modify any agreement struck between the United States and Iran despite threats by Republican senators that they can.12
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Wednesday execution should be Israel’s answer to deadly “Arab terror,” adding more fire to an election campaign in which he has suggested disloyal Israeli Arabs should be beheaded.3
The undergraduate student government of UCLA unanimously passed a resolution condemning anti-Semitism.
Miami police arrested a man twice who stood outside a Miami Beach synagogue and allegedly threatened the congregants.
A Venezuelan-born Jewish producer making a movie about the 1994 AMIA bombing case and its special prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, said he has been threatened for his choice of topics.
Hasidic residents of an upstate New York village are suing the county’s board of elections to have their voting rights restored.5
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