Israel’s ambassador in Kiev, Reuven Din El, opened a hotline with a Ukrainian ultra-nationalist movement to “prevent provocations.”
A French watchdog group filed a complaint against a rap artist they accuse of glorifying the anti-Semitic murderer Mohammed Merah.
A few days after selling WhatsApp to Facebook for $19 billion, Jan Koum stepped into a suite at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco to celebrate with old friends, including CEOs, reformed hackers and a few people who fell into both those camps.
Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
A New York personal trainer pleaded guilty to being part of a New Jersey ring that used violence to coerce Jewish husbands to agree to grant their wives religious divorces.
The Robinson’s Arch plaza at the Western Wall will come under the control of a future government-appointed pluralist council.
The Jewish Federations of North America has launched a Ukraine Assistance Fund
The House of Representatives almost unanimously approved a bill that would enhance U.S. security cooperation with Israel.
A Canadian court ordered the fringe haredi Orthodox Lev Tahor sect to turn over as many as 13 of its children to authorities after some of its members appeared to have fled the country.
The president-elect of the British Veterinary Association called for a ban on slaughtering cattle without first stunning it, which in effect would outlaw traditional kosher slaughter.14
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