Cleveland Jewish News columnist Violet Spevack is retiring after nearly 50 years with the weekly newspaper.
Jordan will return its ambassador to Israel, three months after withdrawing him over tensions on the Temple Mount.
Unknown vandals defaced the fence of a Jewish cemetery in Warsaw, considered to be one of the largest in Europe.
Israel Police arrested about 40 haredi Orthodox protesters in the southern city of Ashdod during a demonstration on behalf of four yeshiva students arrested for missing their army induction.3
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused United Nations peacekeepers on Sunday of failing to enforce a resolution barring Hezbollah guerrillas from smuggling weapons into Lebanon.
The seven-alarm fire that destroyed a warehouse building in Brooklyn this weekend also consumed over 300 boxes of archival material belonging the UJA Federation.
The White House and the State Department criticized Israel for reissuing tenders for the construction of 450 housing units in the West Bank.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is visiting Washington to speak about Iran and for no other reason, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, said in an interview.
The Islamic terrorist who killed four Jewish men at a kosher supermarket in Paris filmed the attack.
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