A town in central Poland will protect a Jewish cemetery from being developed into a residential complex with underground parking.
Ethiopian-Israelis registering for marriage licenses in the central Israeli city of Petach Tikvah reportedly are routinely rejected and forced to register elsewhere.
When engineer Rami Bone goes to work each day at his company in the settlement of Maaleh Adumim, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, he doesn’t see himself as violating international law.3
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.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended Israel’s military chief on Sunday after the general was criticized for saying he would not want soldiers confronting a wave of Palestinian stabbings to “empty a magazine” into a girl wielding scissors.19
Melbourne’s Bialik College, a Jewish day school, has become the first Australian kindergarten through high school institution to support marriage equality.
A billboard in Chicago calling for a boycott of Israel will be removed following a public outcry.16
An international law firm has withdrawn its sponsorship of Harvard Law School student events after funds were used for a Justice for Palestine event.6
(JTA) — An event including Holocaust survivor Hedy Epstein, a Jewish pro-Palestinian activist who has likened Israel to Nazi Germany, was canceled by the Austrian Parliament two day after invitations were sent out.4
A third suspect has been arrested in the stabbing attack at a West Bank supermarket that left a dual American-Israeli citizen dead.
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