Israel will impose a minimum four-year jail term on Palestinian petrol bombers and rock throwers and will ease open-fire regulations and impose harsher fines, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday.11
Jordan’s King Abdullah II is refusing to speak with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the rising violence on the Temple Mount.40
Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected leader of Britain’s Labor Party who has been accused of being anti-Israel, will address a pro-Israel event.4
A candidate in Canada’s federal elections has apologized for not knowing that Auschwitz was a Nazi death camp.14
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
A minister in the new Greek government has resigned less than 48 hours after being appointed over an outcry about a series of anti-Semitic and homophobic tweets.
The sheriff’s deputy who arrested actor Mel Gibson and was subjected to his anti-Semitic rant must be given his job back, a commission ruled.
The former program director of the oldest Jewish congregation in America said she was fired from her job because she was pregnant at the time of her wedding.3
A Chicago news station used a graphic of a yellow badge, like those the Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Holocaust, to illustrate its report on the start of Yom Kippur.14
A no-fly zone was reinstated over the wedding of Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli.
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