The dredging up of the dual loyalty charge — that lawmakers who reject the Iran nuclear agreement and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which is lobbying against it, are more closely aligned with Israel than the United States — illustrates just how tense the debate over the deal has become.29
The top U.S. official combating anti-Semitism said he does not counsel any restrictions on speech in his interactions with foreign officials.5
A request for state aid from a Belz Hasidic school in London was rejected weeks after the school’s threat to ban students whose mothers drive stirred controversy.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Donald Sterling, the disgraced former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, is suing celebrity gossip site TMZ and ex-girlfriend V. Stiviano.
Two young Jewish women from Brooklyn were killed and two others seriously injured in an Arizona car accident.7
Neely Tal Snyder, a Jewish educator and advocate who was known for her professional dedication, was killed in a car crash.
Israel’s Supreme Court has ruled that illegal migrants can only be held in a Negev detention facility for 12 months while a law is revised.
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