The Anti-Defamation League is slamming an advertisement for a candidate for Rockland County sheriff as highly offensive for its negative portrayal of Hasidic Jews.
World leaders of the Conservative/Masorti movement criticized Israeli President Reuven Rivlin’s decision to host a joint bar mitzvah for physically disabled boys under the exclusive auspices of an Orthodox rabbi.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a law that would allow Jerusalem-born U.S. citizens to list their birthplace as Israel.
An exponential rise in anti-Israel crimes in Germany committed by foreigners and immigrants in 2014 points to an urgent need for action, a German politician says.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew was booed as he laid out a detailed defense of the Iran nuclear deal at The Jerusalem Post’s annual conference in New York.44
Orange’s CEO Stephane Richard has accepted an invitation from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit Israel as he tries to end a diplomatic row sparked by his remarks about ending a licensing deal there.
Victoria Siegel, whose parents were the stars of 2012 documentary “The Queen of Versailles,” has died.
French President Francois Hollande, trying to contain the fallout from the controversy over a French telecom company, reiterated his strong opposition to anti-Israel boycotts in a conversation with Benjamin Netanyahu.
The political party of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lost its ruling majority in parliament, apparently setting back the anti-Israel leader’s bid to gain sweeping powers.7
The White House said it supports Israel’s right to defend itself after Israel retaliated for strikes on the country from Gaza.
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