A Florida rabbi discovered seven pairs of tefillin at a store that sells the contents of unclaimed airline baggage.
A senior Israeli military officer denied on Monday that Israel had killed six Hamas militants in an air strike, saying the men died when explosives went off in a tunnel they had dug.
An Israeli-owned store in England that sold replacement parts for SodaStream closed after two years of weekly boycott protests.4
A man who hung an Israeli flag outside his window in the Swedish city of Malmo was severely beaten for it and taken to the hospital, police said.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
The $2 billion sale of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers faces a key legal hurdle on Monday as the estranged husband and wife who own the franchise battle in court over control of the team.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman has dissolved the partnership between the political party that he heads, Yisrael Beiteinu, and Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party.
Many Tel Aviv grocery stores stayed open on the Sabbath even though Israel’s interior minister rejected an amendment to a municipal statute that would have allowed their opening.
A Jewish UCLA student nominated to serve as a regent for the statewide University of California system alleged that a conflict-of-interest probe against him is “an attack against me as a pro-Israel student.”
The leaders of World Bnei Akiva said they will hold an emergency meeting on whether or not to remove the movement’s secretary general following his call for avenging the murder of three Israeli teens with blood.4
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