A financial broker who was sued six years ago by “Seinfeld” actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus is under investigation for lying on registration forms submitted to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, according to a regulatory disclosure.
Marseille’s chief rabbi has denied allegations that his employees tried to extort illicit funds from a bereaved family.
Jonathan Pollard expressed strong opposition to Israel’s freeing of terrorists in a critical letter sent to The Jerusalem Post.3
Israel’s top peace negotiator said on Friday newly resumed talks with the Palestinians also held a wider opportunity for Israel to seek alliances with Arab world moderates against militants in the Middle East.
New York has reportedly suspended all funding to the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty following the firing of its longtime CEO, William Rapfogel, over alleged financial misdeeds.
Eight years ago today, Israel forcibly began evicting Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip as part of the unilateral operation that was known as the Disengagement.
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A 67-year-old great-grandmother became the latest of 16 women to publicly accuse San Diego Mayor Bob Filner of sexual harassment, as city officials calling for him to resign sought to turn up the pressure on the embattled politician.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be the first German head of state to visit the concentration camp memorial at Dachau.
In the three years since Israelis and Palestinians last tried and failed to negotiate an agreement on dividing the land they live on, Palestinian leaders have gained little for their people.
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