Why did the Rolling Stones delay the start time of their Israel concert? Hint: It’s for the same reason fans are renting Tel Aviv apartments for Shavuot.
A man arrested on suspicion of killing four people last month at the Jewish Museum of Belgium claimed responsibility for the attack in a video.
Lewis Katz, a new co-owner of the Philadelphia Inquirer, philanthropist and ‘real mensch,’ died in a plane crash in Massachusetts this weekend.
The Israeli cabinet approved the multi-million-dollar “Joint Initiative of the Government of Israel and World Jewry” in Jerusalem today.5
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned against any international rush to recognize a Palestinian government due to be announced under a unity pact between Fatah and Hamas.
A coalition of Orthodox Jewish groups filed friend of the court briefs in two high-profile cases involving religious practice in prisons.
A federal judge ruled that a pro-Israel group’s lawsuit may go forward against the IRS for allegedly denying the group tax-exempt status because its positions opposed those of the Obama administration.
French police have arrested a man suspected of involvement in the shooting deaths last weekend of three people at Brussels’ Jewish Museum, officials said on Sunday.3
Donald Sterling, forced to sell his National Basketball Association team after a lifetime ban for making racist comments, is not going to be remembered as a “visionary,” “icon” or “oracle” - terms attached over the years to renowned business personalities such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio claimed he didn’t hear a rabbi’s shocking rant about Open Orthodoxy and non-Orthodox Jews, despite sitting just a few feet away.6
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