Germany reached an agreement with an elderly recluse on Monday on the future of a billion-dollar art trove confiscated by authorities, part of which is suspected of being stolen or extorted by the Nazis.
A Jerusalem court approved the sale of the daily Hebrew newspaper Maariv to The Jerusalem Post.
The Western Wall was cleared of notes in advance of Passover.
Bulgaria’s Interior Minister said he is certain that the Hezbollah terrorist organization was behind the bombing of a tour bus in Burgas that killed five Israelis and their Bulgarian bus driver.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman called for new national elections during a speech in New York, saying he preferred a poll to freeing more Palestinian prisoners.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban has won another four years in power, election results showed on Monday, while one in five voters backed a far-right opposition party accused of anti-Semitism.3
A coordinated cyber attack on Israeli websites has so far been relatively ineffective.
The Hillel-affiliated Wesleyan Jewish Community announced its “solidarity with, and support of, the Open Hillel movement.”5
Family members of terror victims killed by Palestinian prisoners released in connection with the current Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations called on President Obama to free Jonathan Pollard.
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