The White House rejected criticism from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with a withering response on Monday, accusing him of refusing to acknowledge how much help the United States has been to Israel over the years.9
British lawmakers will next week hold a symbolic parliamentary vote on whether the government should recognize Palestine as a state, a move unlikely to shift official policy but designed to raise the political profile of the issue.5
Woolworths of South Africa said it may take the BDS lobby to court for threatening its staff and customers.
Police are investigating an allegation that a New York City lawyer who has been involved in a string of high-profile civil-rights lawsuits against police raped a woman at his Manhattan apartment last week, police said on Monday.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
The NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers routed Maccabi Tel Aviv in an international exhibition game that pitted Cavs’ new coach David Blatt against his former team.
An NBC photographer diagnosed with Ebola is set to arrive in the United States from Liberia.
A Dutch municipality ordered the eviction of 270 Jews from a camping site that is overcrowded with followers of the fugitive rabbi Eliezer Berland.5
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a Bible study session, attended by the parents of three Israeli teens kidnapped and killed this summer.
Popular novelist Nicholas Sparks is being sued for racial and religious discrimination by the former headmaster of a private school he founded.
A historically Jewish fraternity house at Emory University was targeted with anti-Semitic graffiti.3
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