President Barack Obama has invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for talks in Washington next month after a deadline for reaching a nuclear agreement with Iran, an Israeli newspaper reported on Tuesday, quoting State Department sources.
Germans who grew up during the 1930s are far more likely than their younger countrymen to have negative attitudes about Jews, according to a new study of anti-Semitism in Germany.
The Jewish National Fund of Canada has canceled a scheduled speech by U.S. presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee.3
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The Madrid alderman for culture under fire for posting a joke about the Holocaust on Twitter four years ago has resigned.
The Dutch government postponed indefinitely the release of a survey suggesting that anti-Semitism is more prevalent among Muslim youths than Christian ones.
An Israeli actor has walked back his description of right-wing voters as “cud-chewing cattle” during a meeting of leaders of the arts community to protest what it views as censorship by Culture Minister Miri Regev.6
Controversial British politician George Galloway announced a bid to become the next mayor of London.
Dina Browner, a Jewish youth group leader turned medical marijuana consultant, has cultivated an A-list clientele that includes actors, hip-hop moguls and politicians.
An Israeli girl who was seriously injured in a West Bank firebomb attack celebrated her bat mitzvah.
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