Polish MP Slawomir Kopycinski called for the shuttering of the Regulatory Commission for Jewish Communities, a Polish body that restores property owned by Holocaust victims to its legal heirs.
A haredi Orthodox rabbi who encouraged assassination of Israeli politicians in a speech to yeshiva students has retracted his remarks.6
A senior member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government hinted on Saturday that Israel was involved in back-channel contacts with Palestinian and Arab officials despite the collapse of U.S.-brokered peace negotiations last month.
The University of California, Los Angeles student government held a hearing in response to a complaint leveled against two student council members over free trips they took to Israel.5
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
Israel on Friday called for the United Nations to officially mark the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur, a day of atonement in September or October when Jews seek forgiveness by fasting and praying.
When it comes to who will replace Abraham Foxman, any guess is as good as the other. But among the names being tossed around, one definitely stands out as unusual.7
Donald Sterling reportedly is threatening to sue the NBA for his life ban for making racist remarks in a private conversation.
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission suspended a driver for a month for wearing a swastika armband.3
The Israel Defense Forces dismissed two soldiers after discovering that they pledged on Facebook to refuse orders to evacuate West Bank settlements.
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