The visiting president of the European parliament landed in hot water in Israel on Wednesday, drawing a public rebuke from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over an address to the Israeli legislature.
Israel has denied entry permits to some 50 Palestinian medical patients from the Gaza Strip because the words “State of Palestine” appears on the letterhead of their application, officials said on Wednesday.3
A Jewish group and a liberal party in Bulgaria have condemned a march to honor an anti-Semitic general from the 1930s.
A slain Pittsburgh Jewish day school teacher’s aide was spotted riding a bus home with a man the night before her body was found along with her pediatrician sister, police said.
Bernie Sanders hasn’t provided any long-term strategy for securing a two-state solution, Jane Eisner writes. That’s not just bad for Israelis and Palestinians — it’s bad for Sanders himself.
The head of a haredi Orthodox group has called on parents to prevent their children from dressing up as Israeli soldiers for Purim, citing tension over the drafting of yeshiva students.
Samantha Power, the U.S. envoy to the United Nations, recommitted to securing Israel a tour on the U.N. Security Council after assisting its entry to a U.N. regional group.
Now the third-largest Jewish metro area in the U.S., South Florida is home to one of America’s most diverse and unusual Jewish communities.
An elderly German recluse whose spectacular trove of artworks hidden in his Munich flat probably include Nazi loot kept a further 60 paintings in his home in Salzburg, Austrian media reported on Tuesday.6
President Obama lauded retiring Anti-Defamation League leader Abraham Foxman as a “tireless voice against anti-Semitism.
Unidentified passengers aboard a Belgian train used the speaker system to urge Jews to get off at Auschwitz and shower at the concentration camp.14
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