The Israeli police officer who was caught on camera beating an Ethiopian-Israeli soldier will not be charged.
Israel’s cabinet approved on Sunday a proposed law that would enable authorities to force-feed Palestinian prisoners who are on hunger strike.
The French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala lost his appeal over the parody of a song by a French Jewish singer and Holocaust survivor.
The U.S. Navy christened a combat ship named after former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona.
Soccer fans in Bosnia chanted anti-Israel and anti-Jewish slogans during a match in Bosnia.
A national professors’ organization voted to censure the University of Illinois for rescinding a job offer to a professor over his anti-Semitic tweets.3
Israel issued a report on Sunday arguing its 2014 Gaza offensive was lawful, a move aimed at pre-empting the release of findings of a U.N. war crimes investigation that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scorned as a waste of time.8
Israeli soldiers were filmed beating an unarmed Palestinian during a protest in a West Bank refugee camp on Friday.19
The Muslim store employee who saved 15 French Jews during the terrorist attack on a kosher supermarket was honored in New York.
The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology will receive a $50 million gift from Dr. Andrew J. Viterbi, the largest ever from an American donor.
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