In the green hills of the Galilee, a group of Aramaic speakers looking to revive the language of Jesus are celebrating a victory in their quest to safeguard their heritage.18
A ministerial committee approved a proposed bill on Sunday that would ensure the wholesale application of Israeli law to Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank.
Amir Peretz, Israel’s environmental protection minister, resigned from the government over the proposed 2015 budget.
Rioting continued in the Arab-Israeli town of Kfar Kana and in other Arab communities following the killing of a resident by an Israel Police officer.
Austria’s national railway company opened an exhibition at the European Parliament about the firm’s complicity in the Holocaust.
Police in Warsaw arrested a man for allegedly assaulting a 78-year-old man while shouting anti-Semitic insults.
At least 1,000 Palestinians will receive a free university education in Venezuela.6
Community leaders of Israel’s Arab minority declared a 24-hour general commercial strike, starting on Sunday, following the shooting dead by police of a man from the village of Kafr Kana in the north of the country.
A jury found a University of Pittsburgh neurological surgery professor guilty of first degree murder on Friday for the cyanide poisoning death of his physician wife, in what prosecutors described as a crime of jealousy.
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