Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cancellation of a proposed meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama put more strain on their troubled ties on Tuesday just before a visit to Israel by Vice President Joe Biden.20
Despite recent summer temperatures here topping out at 42 degrees Celsius (109 Fahrenheit), Milena Rozenbrah has become accustomed recently to dressing in pants and long sleeves when she leaves home.
Oberlin College’s board of trustees is calling for the school administration to launch an investigation into what it called a faculty member’s “anti-Semitic and abhorrent” posts on social media.4
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday he will not enter the race for U.S. president in November, because it was clear he could not win and he did not want to risk enabling a victory by Republicans Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.
Subsidized tours of the West Bank for young Jews, synagogue gardens to grow food for the needy, and linking 20- and 30-something Jews to Shabbat experiences are among the 11 initiatives recognized for the first time in the annual Slingshot guide to innovative projects.
The White House said on Monday that it had offered an invitation two weeks ago to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a meeting on March 18, but has learned through media reporters that the visit was off.16
An Uber driver who shouted anti-Semitic epithets at a bus driver in a haredi Orthodox neighborhood of London received a suspended prison sentence.
A Toronto rabbi and his wife received a blessing from the pope as a wedding anniversary gift.3
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