A U.S. federal judge declined to order the return from Spain of a painting that was sold under duress by a Jewish owner to a Nazi art appraiser.
The chief executive of French telecoms group Orange told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday he profoundly regretted remarks he made last week which he said were misinterpreted to make it sound as if he supported a boycott of Israel.
A day after a radio host falsely said that Sen. Bernie Sanders has Israeli citizenship, the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination spoke publicly about how his Jewish identity has influenced him.5
The Rabbinic Council of America has confirmed a Forward report that Rabbi Marc Schneier has been expelled from the Orthodox group.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
The New York City Board of Health may waive a consent form for a controversial circumcision rite.
Ontario’s government has denied permission to hold a pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel rally on the grounds of the provincial legislature in Toronto.8
Some 200 delegates representing 31 countries attended a concert kicking off the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance conference in Budapest.
Members of a British neo-Nazi group filmed themselves defacing a Jewish monument in Birmingham in west central England and then posted the clip on YouTube.
Spain’s lower house gave final approval to a law offering citizenship to descendants of Sephardic Jews.
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