A Muslim family in southern Florida has hung an Israeli flag in the window of their tailor shop.
A rocket fired from Gaza landed in southern Israel.
A Jewish-Israeli teenager who admitted to stabbing four Arab men in the southern city of Dimona was indicted for attempted murder.
Two Israel Prisons Service employees who have been charged in the beating of an Eritrean man mistaken for a terrorist will face a disciplinary hearing.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized his nation’s media for downplaying a journalist’s “incitement” against him in a post on his Facebook page.16
A Polish rightist party that stirred controversy with xenophobic remarks about Muslims and Jews by some of its representatives won the parliamentary election in Poland.
The brother-in-law of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas had heart surgery at a Tel Aviv hospital.
American actor Morgan Freeman visited the Western Wall.
As the group of Orthodox Jews came near the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem’s Old City, one began to mumble while staring down at his mobile phone. Another looked up in awe, eyes half shut in concentration. The woman’s lips moved silently.3
Berlin’s Jewish Museum was closed for a day after the discovery of an unexploded bomb from World War II.
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