In the lead-up to last year’s Knesset elections, the pro-settlement Jewish Home party released a controversial ad showing party chairman Naftali Bennett smiling alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
A lone heckler tried to disrupt him, but Hungarian lawmaker Janos Hargitai was undeterred as he spoke earlier this month at a memorial day gathering in Hungary commemorating the 1848 revolution there.
An Austrian Jewish leader called on a European Union Parliament member to withdraw his re-election bid after the candidate called Nazi Germany more liberal than the EU.
The White House on Tuesday said it was “deeply disappointed” that Saudi Arabia had denied a visa to a U.S. citizen working for Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post to cover President Barack Obama’s trip to the kingdom later this week.
If you’re an evangelical and you support Donald Trump, isn’t that, well, not very Christian of you?
Following far-right gains in France’s ongoing local elections, the country’s union of Jewish students called for voters and candidates to block further nationalist successes.
Tel Aviv’s city council has approved an amendment that would allow a limited number of grocery and convenience stores to remain open on Shabbat and holidays.4
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday considers whether business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law that requires employers to provide health insurance that covers birth control.12
Sheldon Adelson will host a dinner featuring former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on the eve of a conference of the Republican Jewish Coalition.3
Albert Schwartz, whose experience liberating a concentration camp in World War Two led him to join the fight to end discrimination in his home of El Paso, Texas, after the war, died over the weekend. He was 94.
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