An Eritrean migrant, shot by a security guard and kicked by an angry Israeli crowd that mistook him for a gunman, was identified on Monday as one of the dead from an attack on a bus station in the southern city of Beersheba.216
Michael Kotzin, a longtime top official at the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, has died.
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday Israeli and Palestinian leaders need to clarify the status of Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque compound to help end a spate of bloodshed and restore stability.7
An estimated 2,000 people demonstrated in solidarity with Israel in front of the Israeli Embassy in Rome.
Israel began erecting a portable concrete security wall between Arab and Jewish neighborhoods in eastern Jerusalem.14
President Barack Obama formally launched the Iran nuclear deal, ordering officials to prepare to relieve sanctions once Iran implements nuclear restrictions.
Fans at a high school soccer game in Connecticut are accused of using “The Dreidel Song” as an anti-Semitic taunt directed at an opposing team.
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