Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked French President Francois Hollande for his country’s capture of the alleged Brussels Jewish museum gunman.
A firebomb thrown into a former synagogue in central Romania caused minor damage, a local Jewish watchdog group said.
Israeli middle schools will for the first time teach evolution as part of the core curriculum.
The state of Ohio dedicated a Holocaust memorial on the Statehouse grounds in the state capital Columbus.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
An investigation found Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes spent more than $200,000 in seized criminal funds for his failed reelection campaign.
Israeli troops on Tuesday shot dead a Palestinian who the military said had opened fire and wounded a soldier at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank.
Congressional lawmakers from both parties said Hamas backing for the new Palestinian unity government could jeopardize of U.S. aid — although some dovish groups called for a wait-and-see approach.7
Amid debate featuring anti-Israel slurs, the full Modern Language Association membership voted on a resolution singling out Israel for denying academics entry to the West Bank.11
The United States plans to work with the new Palestinian unity government and will continue to disburse aid to the Palestinian Authority, the State Department said.
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