Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said this week that Iran’s new president was a “wolf in sheep’s clothing”, but he himself looked increasingly like a lone wolf as his allies seek to bring Tehran into the fold.4
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told U.S. media he would not initiate contact with the new Iranian president, but would not turn down an overture out of hand.
A passerby stopped a schoolboy from stabbing a Jewish classmate in Paris.3
Jewish and non-Jewish volunteers rededicated a 200-year-old Dutch Jewish cemetery after decades of neglect.
The stunning array of charges against William Rapfogel should prompt Jewish organizations to engage in soul-searching. But it hasn’t
Two new synagogues, one of them for a Reform community, opened in Kiev.6
More than 100 women gathered for a Women of the Wall service at the Western Wall, praying in the women’s section with no physical barriers enclosing them, little police protection and minimal disruption from protesters.6
Israel said on Thursday it plans to run for a rotating seat on the U.N. Security Council for the time ever for 2019-2020, although U.N. diplomats said it will not be easy for the Jewish state to win.
Tunisian Jews feel that they are in danger, the head of a Tunisian rights group said.
The Western Wall rabbi requested that haredi Orthodox girls not fill the plaza for the next Women of the Wall service.
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