More than 1,000 people formed a peace ring around a Copenhagen synagogue that came under deadly attack last month.
Israel must try to repair relations with the United States no matter who wins Tuesday’s election, said Michael Oren, a former Israeli ambassador to Washington.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, trailing in opinion polls two days before a parliamentary election, publicly offered on Sunday the Finance Ministry portfolio to a potentially king-making rival.
Iran financed the 2007 campaign of Argentinian President Cristina Kirchner, in exchange for impunity for Iranians in the AMIA bombing, a magazine is reporting.4
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Former Cleveland Indians’ third baseman Al Rosen, nicknamed the “Hebrew Hammer,” has died.
The kosher supermarket on the edge of Paris that was the site of a bloody hostage situation in January will reopen Sunday.
An ad campaign featuring an image of Adolf Hitler and linking Islam to Nazism could soon appear on Philadelphia-area buses after a court ruling this week that forces the regional transit authority to accept the campaign.53
Part of the reason Israeli-Palestinian peace talks failed last year is because the sides were so far apart in their fundamental visions of what two states would look like. Another reason is that the two sides could barely stand each other.
A Jewish-owned building was set on fire in a possible anti-Semitic attack in the Moroccan town of Oujad.
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