Human Rights Watch accused Israel of committing war crimes by attacking three U.N.-run schools in the Gaza Strip in fighting in July and August, killing Palestinian civilians who had sheltered there.
Seventy-five Reform congregations throughout the United States are holding bone marrow registration drives on Yom Kippur.3
Germany is ready to allocate funds to tailor education about anti-Semitism for its Muslim citizens, its Jewish outreach official said.4
An Israeli policeman was charged on Wednesday with assault causing bodily harm against a 15-year-old American of Palestinian descent during a protest over the revenge killing of the teenager’s cousin days before the eight week war with Gaza.3
A shroud of uncertainty hangs over Wednesday’s meeting when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Donald Trump as president for the first time.
Reuven Rivlin, who drew criticism before becoming Israel’s president for his broadsides against non-Orthodox Jewish streams, told a group of Conservative Jews that Jews are “one big family.”
The U.S. Air Force is swearing in its first bearded chaplain, a rabbi.6
The Council of American Jewish Museums, which represents 80 institutions, has named Melissa Martens Yaverbaum as its executive director.
Two Jewish candidates were defeated in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts governor.
Residents in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula said on Wednesday they found a beheaded corpse bearing a note signed by an Islamist militant group linked to the Syria and Iraq-based Islamic State, accusing the victim of being an Israeli spy.
Protesters called on Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to divest state investment funds from Israel Bonds.
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