Congress budgeted $13 million for a nonprofit security assistance program that mostly aids Jewish institution.5
Natan Sharansky joined Forward opinion editor Gal Beckerman the relatives of political prisoners in asking the U.S. Congress to speak of their loved ones during meetings with foreign officials.
Leaders of Belgium’s Jewish community rallied outside France’s embassy in Brussels to thank the French government for its efforts to keep an anti-Semitic comedian from touring.
Police believe Menachem Stark was kidnapped and killed over a relatively small $20,000 debt to a contractor — and investigators are closing in on his suspected murderers.11
Rose Fostanes, the Filipina caregiver who won Israel’s “X Factor,” better not give up her day job yet.
Complaints by Arab states led the United Nation’s cultural arm, UNESCO, to cancel the opening of an exhibition on the Jewish presence in the land of Israel.
The mother responsible for slaying her two children before taking her own life in Florida earlier this week was suffering from depression after a series of close family deaths.
In 2012, Jews and Muslims experienced six-year highs in the number of countries in which they were harassed by governments, individuals or groups, according to a new study.
The president of Brandeis University is in talks with officials at the Palestinian Al-Quds University to re-establish a partnership between the schools that was suspended over an Islamic Jihad rally.7
It took seven years, but Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, one of Israel’s staunchest allies among world leaders will be making his maiden voyage to the Jewish state on Sunday.
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