Rand Paul Makes Headway in Longshot Bid To Win Jewish Support

By Nathan Guttman

Rand Paul is trying reach out to Jewish voters as he presses his yet-to-be-announced 2016 Republican presidential run. And he’s making some small but surprising breakthroughs.Read More

Sad-But-True Farce Behind Israel's Funeral for Paris Kosher Market Terror Victims

By Nir Hasson (Haaretz)

Behind the tears and somber speeches, the funeral for 4 French terror attack victims was marked by threats, demands for huge payments and even last-minute switches in the burial site.Read More

Who Are Israel's French Immigrants — and Why Did They Come?

By Naomi Zeveloff

French immigrants in Israel say they feel more comfortable in the Jewish state — and some boast of better economic opportunity. But many say rising anti-Semitism drove them to leave.Read More

Where Does Leona Helmsley’s Money Go? Hint: Not to the Dogs

By Nathan Guttman

Leona Helmsley’s legendary stinginess earned her the moniker ‘Queen of Mean.’ But after her death, she is increasingly synonymous with generous donations to Israel charities.Read More

French Jews Feel Conflicted About Israel's Call for Emigration

By Uriel Heilman

Benjamin Netanyahu says the answer for embattled French Jews is simple: leave. But the Jews themselves aren’t so sure they want to leave — and even those that do may not choose IsraelRead More

Why Benjamin Netanyahu Attended Paris Anti-Terror March Over France's Objections

By Barak Ravid (Haaretz)

Benjamin Netanyahu was asked not to attend the Paris anti-terror march by French President Francois Hollande. Did Israeli politics lead him to ignore the request and go anyway?Read More

Jewish Leaders Join Massive Paris March To Honor Attack Victims

By Reuters

Jewish leaders joined hundreds of thousands of French citizens marching in Paris in an unprecedented tribute to victims of Islamist attacks.Read More

Beauty Is a Beast — Hayat Boumeddiene Went From Bikini Girlfriend to Terror Fugitive

By Anne Cohen

Police are hunting for Hayat Boumeddiene after the bloody Paris kosher grocery siege engineered by her terrorist boyfriend. Police think she fled to lawless Syria.Read More

France Mourns 4 Victims of Kosher Grocery Bloodbath — Hunt on for Terrorist's Wife

By Geert De Clercq and Mark John

France began to mourn the the four victims of the terror attack on a Paris kosher grocery — but the nation remained tense amid warnings of more possible attacks.Read More

4 Hostages Killed as Police Storm Paris Kosher Supermarket — Terrorist Also Dead

By Reuters

At least four people were killed when police stormed a suburban kosher grocery where suspected Islamic terrorist took hostages. The suspect was also killed on Friday, police sources said.Read More

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